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assistant, shop and tools, iron and steel for shop
for Shawnees, tire hundred dollars.
Fur third of six instalments for pay of black
smith, and for necessary iron and steel and tools
for Peorias, Kaskaskias, Wean, and Piankeshaws,
one thousand one hundred and twenty-three dol
lars and twenty-nine cents.
For permanent annuity for educational purposes
per fourth article treaty August three, seventeen
hundred and ninety-five, and third article treaty
May ten, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, one
For permanent annuity, in specie, for educa
tional purposes, per tburth article treaty Septem
ber twenty-nine, eighteen hundred and seventeen,
and third article treaty May ten, eighteen hun
dred and fifty-four. two thousand donors.
For interest, at five per eentum, on forty thous
and dollars, for educational purposes, per third
article treaty May ten, eighteen hundred and
liftylonr, two thousand dollars.
For eighth of twenty instalments, to be expend
ed, under the direction of the President, in the pur
abase of such articles as he may deem suitable to
their wants, either as hunters or herdsmen, per
fifth article treaty July two, eighteen hundred and
sixty-three, ten thousand dollars.
For eighth of twenty instalments, to he expend
ed under the direction of the President, in the pur
chase of such artreles as he may deem suitable to
their wants, either as hunters or herdsmen. per
third article treaty July thirty, eighteen hundred
and sixty-three, live thousand dollars.
For eighth of twenty instalments, to he eapend
ed under the direction of the President, in the pur
chase of each articles as he may deem suitable to
their wants, either as bunters or herdsmen, per
third article treaty July thirty, eip..,hteeen hundred
and eixty-tlune, five thousand dollars.
For eighth of twenty instrilm;dts, to be ,gpsnd ;
ed under direction of the President, in the pur
chase of ma articles, including cattle for herding
or other , purposes, as he shall deem mitable to
their wants and condition as hunters or herdsmen,
one thousand dollars.
6110SUONES AND BANNOCKS.
Fur brat of Ihr, instultnnits for the pur
elittee of wed and itop:,nents to the heads or fami
lies or !ougm who continue to form. k soy one
linoarea it . I i.../1.11.1
For 'second of thirty instaiments to purchase
eight hundred suits ~f cyghingfor males over tour
-4,2,1 ycarSor the tiii.ourl. hose, calico. and do
mem eight hundred b males over the age or
twelve years, and such g 00.13 as may be needed to
wake suits for eig t boys and girls, thir
teen thousand eight !inutile:land seventy-four dol
For fired of ten instalmeuts far the purchase of such ar
ticles as may be considered proper by the fiecrctory of the
Interior for one thousand eight hundred persons roaming,
and six hundred persons ended in agriculture, thirty
For pay of physician, teacher, carpenter, engineer, farm
er and blacksmith, as per tenth artmle treaty July three,
eighte. n hundred and sisty-eight, six thousand eight hun
For ffrid of three instalmanta to be expended in preninta
fir the ten persons win, grow the moat valuable crcps, tin
der the mime net and treaty, bra hundred dollar.
For pay of second blacksmith and furnishing iron and
steal and other materials. under same article of said treaty,
For second of thirty instalments to purchase four hun
dred suits of clothing for males over fourteen years of age,
the daring, hex, calico, and domestic. for four hundred
denudes over the age of twelve years, and inch flannel and
cotton goods as may be needed to make emits for four hun
dred boys and girls, mix thousand nine hundred and thirty-
For second of ten instalments for the purchase of suck
articles as may be considered proper by the Secretary of
the Interior for eight baud's.' persons roaming, and four
hundred persons engaged ID agriculture, sixteeti thousand
For purchase of seed. , and wicultuntl implements to be
furnished the beads of families or lodges who dootro to
commence farming, too thousand dollars.
For pay of physician, teacher, carpenter, engineer, flinti
er. and War,ksmith, six thou-and eight hundred dollars.
For second of three instalments, to be expbuded in pres
ents for the ten persons a ho grow the most valuabla grope,
five hundred dollars.
For transportation of goods that may he purchased for
the Shush.. and Bannocks, fifteon thousand dollars.
SHOSIIONES AND BANNOCKS, AND OTHER BANDS
-441 i ID A.-0 JYDODIiT. emmux ow BOON.
For this amount, to I, expended in nue. goods, provim
ions, or other articles as the President may from time to
time determice, including insurance and transportation
thereof; in instructing in ngricultuml pursuits; in pro
riding employees, educating children, procuring medicine
arid medical attendance ; care for and support tithe aced,
nick, and infirm ; for the helpless orphans of said ludiaus
and in any other respect to promote their civilreatiok couu
fort, end improvement, forty thousand dollars.
SIX NATIONS OF NEW YORK.
For permanent annuity in clothing and other useful
article., per sixth article trinity November seveutemsev
*titan' hundred and ninety-four, four thousand five hun
IFIOCX QV DIFFERENT TRIBES, INCIATDINO AANTSE
OON IN THE STATE OF NEBEASEA.
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For the erection of a steam circular sawmill, with grist
mill mul shingle-machine attached, eight thousand d 011.,..
For Sat of three instolnients for purchase of seeds and
implements to he furnished !wads of lam'''re or lodges, (may
six hundred), flit en thousand dollars.
For pay of second blacksmith, and furnishing irou, tweet,
and other material, two thousand dollars.
For moan I of thirty instalments to purchase clothing
tor males over fourteen year. of nee; for flannel, hose,
calico, and domestics require,' Mr females over twelve
years of age; and for such flouted and cotton goods ws may
Tae needed to make snits for boys and gide, oue hundred
and fifty-nine thousand four hundred dollars,
For second of thirty instalments to purchase s .ch
ales as may be considered proper by the Secretary of t• e
Interior for petwous reaming and fir persomi engaged in
agriculture, two hundred and thirty-aix thousand dollars.
For emoted of fear iostaiments for purchase of beef and
floor, under tenth article treaty of April twenty-nlae.
eighteen hundred elid sixty-eight, and for snl,l,tence or
Taiikton Sioux, one mitten three hundred and tourteea
'''''''''''' fire tendiere, one carpenter, one
miller, one engineer, one fernier, cid one bl,teloni.t4, ton
Lhipinind four hundred
For second of bees instalments, to be expended is pre,-
•nts to Meter' persons who grow the most valuable crops,
glee hundred dollars.
For insurance, tranvortation, and the necessary ex
penses of delivering goods to be purchase.' for the different
baada of the Sioux Indians, under treaty of April twenty
ninth, eighteen hundred and slaty-eight, seventy-five
AISSE ON AND WAIIPETON AND SANTEE SIOUX OF
LAKE TRAVERSE AND DEVIL'S LAKE.
For this amount, to be expended in such goods, provis-
Zoos, or other articles as the President may from time to
time determine, including insurance and transportation
*hereof. in instructing in agricultural and mechanical pur
suit; in proridtSgsruployess,sducating children, procur
ing medicine and medical attendance, ears for and support
of the aged, sich, and infirm, f.r the helpless crpiams yf
mid Indians, and in any other respect to promote their
civilization, comfort, and improvsment, seventy-five thou
Fes Peened of five insMintents on sixty thousand dol are,
(being the link series), under the direction oldie President,
per fifth article trea:y January twentyeix, eighteen huu
tined and Afty-ti vie, two thousautl four hundred dollars.
For Melt J. of twenty instalment. fur the support of nn
agricultural nod industrial school, end for pay for suitable
teacher., per eleventh article treaty Orttiber twentPsiX,
ieighteen hundred and fifty-five, two thousand five hint
I'or 7 irTeii;h of twenty instalments for the employment
of a blacksmith, carpenter, farmer, and o physician, who
shall furnish metli&ue for the nick, per trimly Julia twen
ty-six. eighteen handed and tlfty-tire, four toowand Ids
For support of a smith and carpenter shop and to pro
vide the necessary tools therefor, tive hundred delbus.
TADEGUACHE BAND OF UTAH INDIANS.
For the eighth of ten instalments for the purchase of
Roods, tinder the direction of the Secretary of the Interior.
per eighth article treaty of October seven, eighteen hun
dred and sixty-three, and Senate antontitnent of March
e-live, eighteen hi reil
nid and sixty-four, ten thousand
For theeighth of ten instalments, per eisblll article of
,aid treaty, for the purchase of powisfous, under the ditpm
two of the Secretary of the Interior, ten thousand dollars.
For tile purchase of iron, steel, and tools a••ceasary fur
Iskackesaitli's shop, as per (emit article of said treaty, two
hundred and tweuty Mdlars.
For pay of blacksmith and assistant, as per same article
of mama treaty, one thousand one hundred dollars.
!'or insunniCe, tranaportation. and general incidental
expenses of the delivery of goods, provisions, and mock, as
per same article of same treaty, twu thousand dollar..
TABEGUACIIK MUACIIE, CAPOTE. WEEMINUCAE,
TAMPA, GRAND RIVER, ANu UINTAII BANDS
For pay of carpenters, two milhas, two firmer; and one
Idackwalitla, as per fifteenth article treaty of Karel, two,
eighteen hundred and sixty-night, nine thousand denim.
For pay of two tea hers, per same article, two thoumuld
For the purelnase of iron, steel, and the necessary tools
for blacksmith's shop, two hundred and twenty dollars.
For third of twenty instalments, to ha expended under
the direction of the Secretaryiuf the Interior, for clothing.
blankets, and such other articles as he may think proper
and nece . esni, under eleventh article of taunt tyi at), Shirty
For annual amount, to be expended under the direction
of the Seeretaty of the Interior. In supplying staid Indians
with beef, mu tton, wheat. Hoar, beans, ithd potatsuw, as per
twelfth article mine treaty. thirty thousand dollars.
For insurance end transportation of goods as niay be
purchased tor said Indians. seven thousand five hundred
UKPQUAS, (COW CRXEI: BAND.)
For .1 Often tb of twenty instalments lo lilankete cloth
ing. provioone.and stork. per third article treaty &Own
lier nineteen, eig , teien hundred and fifty-three, five hun
dred and fifty dullard.
IMPQUAS AND CALAPONAS OF UMPQUA VALLEY,
For second of fise instalments of the fourth series of
amenity for beneficial objects, to be espeutled as directed
Ily the President, per third article treaty Norember twen
ty-nide, eight.n Istindred and fitly-fotsr, cue thousand lot
. . . _
trot eeveuteeeth of twenty instalments for the pay of a
teacher and purchase of books and stationery, per sixth
article treaty November twenty-nine, eightecu hundred
and fit y-fonr, one thousand four hundred:aud Ofty dollars.
As. AND OTHER AFFILIATED BANDS. AND
INDIANS IN COUNTRY LEASED FROM CHOCTAWS.
For thin amount. to he expended In such goods, provis
;tram, and ether artful... the President may from time to
time determine, nieluding insurance and transportation
thereof. in instructing in agricultural and mechanical pur
suits, in providing enneloyeee. electing children, pnrut ,
lug medicine and oiled:cal atteudinthe, care for and summit
at the aged, sick,und infirm, for the helpless orphan: of
mid Indians, and in any other re,ect tto promote their
Atilization, comfort, and improvement, fortyllonmand tole
WALLA-WALLA. CAYUSE, AND UMATILLA TRIBES.
For second of flee Instalments of third series, to he ex
panted under the direction of the President, per locoed
Article treaty June nine, eighteen hundred and liftplive,
lour thousand dollars.
-- lotTeelithOll;siity instalments for the porches of
all necessary will fixture+ and mechanical tools, wadi
eines, and hospital stores. books and stationery for school+,
repairs of school imildiug , soil furniture, and for employ
e...three thousand dolhirg,
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For I..uuh of twenty instalments for the pay and sub
eldrence of one superintendent of tanning operation, one
tamer, two millers, one blacksmith, one wagon and plow
undoer, one uarpenter and joiner, one phynielan, nu . two
learbee, per tunrth article treaty Juno nine, eighteen
hundred and flity4ive, eleven thousand two hundred dol
For twelfth or twenty intaberode for the pay of each or
the heed chiefs of the Walla-Walla. Cecil.. and Umatilla
bench', the sum of de hundred duller, ja., annum.
per firth article treaty June a ijlt, eight. it hun•lred
and fifty-6v°, tie thousand five heeded
,jut *Street on eipt hundred and ninety-fist: thousand
four hundred and ninety-three dollars and fifteen cents,
at five per eentmn, per lieu, tit article treaty NOVelllbYr oar,
eighteen hundred and titirty,eveit, and joint restilution
July seventeen, eigu teen hundred and sixty-two, forty-tour
thouvitild seven hundred and SeVouty-four dollrrs awl six
For twenty-fifth of thirty instalments of interevf on
seventy-six thousand one hundred and sixteen dollars and
ninety-two cents, at five per commit, per Murat article
treaty October thirteen, eighteen hundred and forty-six,
three thousand eight hundred and five dollars and eighty
four cnt, . . . . .
For interest on one 'mud; and if:Only-nine thousand
and ninety-eight dollars and sixty-three tenni, at fire per
column, to be expended under the direction of the Secreta
ry of the Interior, for the erection of hotcust,improvement
of their allotments of laud, purchase of stockogricultural
Implements, Stiehl, and other beneficial purposes, eight
thousand nine hundred and fitly-four ham awl ninety
three cents. _ .
For the proportion of one linuilred and sixty persons of
one million dollars, phwed to the credit of mid Indians on
the books of the trwisory, as per fourth article of the
treaty November one,cighteen lindre.l and thirty-seven,
whole number of the tribe being one thousand five hun
dred and thirty-one persons, one hundred and four thou
sand flee hundred and six dollars and eighty flee cents.
For the proportion of nue hundred and sixty persona of
eightplire thousand dollars, plot-ad to the credit of said
Indians on the books of the treasury, ais per fourth article
treaty October 'bluetit'. eighteen hundred and Limy- s ix,
whole number one thougand five hundreil and thirty-one.
eight thousand eight hundred and eighty three dellars and
For the proportion of one hundred and sixty persons of
two hundred thousand dollars, placed to the credit of said
Indians on the books of the taeasury, Imlng the amount in
part tak a from their tribe funds to pay the expenses of
thdir removal from Minnesota, provided fiir in
public actsomumlier one hundred and eighty-seven,
opproved July fifteen eighteen hundred and seventy,
whole nand et one thousand five hundred and
(Con,bided on fourth page )
The Huntingdon Journal.
.1. R. DURBORROW,
Wednesday Morning, June 7, 1871,
• FOR AUPIT , R (4ExEnAL:
COL. DAVID STANTON. of I3eaver.
FOR SURVEYOR GENERAL:
COL. ROBERT B. B 1 ATf L of Schuylkill
um, Jeff: Davis weeps for the "cause"
and lrallandighani accepts the situation.—
Between them the Don , cracy is in a fix.
Since the Democratic State Con
vention the Democratic politicians take off
their hats to their ellored brethren.
Im, The Ku Klux and the Democratic
press appear to be one and the same. The
one does the violence and the other apol
ogises for it.
The National Debt Statement for
May shows a decrease of $4,439,358. If
Grant's Administration did nothing else,
this would be sufficient for the people.
TM. The Democracy have taken one
"departure" already, and on the second
Tuesday of October they will takc another.
Good-bye, Johnnys !
There is no necessity, since the
new departure, for the New York Day
Book, so that great oracle will cease to
dilate on shins and wool.
Yallandigham has "dpparted" and
Jeff. Davis has appeared. There is an ap
parent gulf between the apostles of Demo
cracy. A house divided cannot stand !
the isky Ring will hold a Con
vention in Huntingdon in 'due tituo. R.
Milton Speer will sign the call and publish
it a la Union Sabbath School Convention•
Mrs. Clarkson will be excluded.
SW" The Ku Klux continue to strike
down Union WO in %nth Carolina, Ala
bama. Kentucky and Missouri, The De
mocratic press have tan apologies for each
act. of violence
P. The Democratic Convention, by
the ninth plank in its platform, accepts
the results of the w a r. henceforth the
. has rights which a ...emocrat is
bound to respect !
um_ The Democrats who swore so lustily,
that, if the negroes were ever permitted to
Tote, that they would caw to cast their
ballots, will find consolation in the, New
fieic- The Bedford County Press has
been enlarged and much improved. Our
friend Elliott prints a good piper, and
furnishes now altogether as much reading
matter as any other paper iu the county.
Va.. The Cittriun Democrat comes to us
enlarged and very much improved. A
Campbell press has been added to the es
tablishment. Brown prints an excellent
local paper, and we wish him pecuniary
Capt, 14, 11, Rauch, (Pit Schwef
flebrenner,) editor of the Ke,vslona Good
Templar, illuminated oar sanctum one even,
ing last week. The Captain is a capital
fellow, and his whole soul is in the. tem
Beer The Ku Klux of the South mur
der, commit arson and every othor crime
in the catalogue, while the Ku Klux of
the North who control the Democratic
press, make the apologias fop this sort of
thing. It has always been so.
la_ The Legislature adjourned on Sat
urday, the 27th ult., after a long session
of five months. All the lab3r performed
by it could have been - performed in one
Mouth, and with the exception of a very
few little measures the swim) could, very
readily, have been entirely dispensed with.
ise- On the 2d inst., Col. McFatland,
who hao conducted the Soldiers' Orphan
Department of Penusylvqpia, nr the last
four or five years, with sa much credit to
himself and to the State, transferred the
control to Prof. Wickersham, the efficient
head of Common Sehoe.s. Hencaf ath the
Departmeuts will be one.
LW" The Versliiies I.4;verumant, head
ed by M. niers ; has overcome all opposi
tion. The destruction of life in Paris was
tha most fearful and horrible recorded in
the annals of history._ The birbarity of
both parties was enough to make any one
come to the eenclosion that the French
are a nation of madmen and unfit t., con
no,„ The American Missionary Associa
tion, a benevolent society 6,r the elevation
of the Freedmen, has expendeds3Bl,l73,-
87 for clothing and supplies within the
last ten years. It has pAid $1,8f1,344 96
for" missionaries, superintendents, &c., &c.
It has employed 3,470 missionaries
teachers in ten years. 164,723 day school and
156,376 night school scholars have attend'
ed its schools. 343 schools and 309 teach
ers have been employed. Its efforts have
not been as fully appreciated by the be.
nevolent of the country as they should be.
We hope that those who are able to con
tribute to its wants will do so.
e Th.2re is a roport put in eireulati rt
that Hon. Simon Cameron is a candidate
for re-election to the United,States Senate.
Whether this is correct or net, we do not
know, but we do hope that he will be ph
ced on the ticket with Gen. Grant fur Vice
President. Stich a ticket would sweep
the country with a perfect hurricane. We
are foi• Grant and Omicron.
us, Tha Democrats Imvc began to move
on the colored people. A Democratic po
liCei.tit 1 , 7115 overheard, a 4ew days since,
telling a c,lored brother that it had not
been foifhe ignorant Irish, tho Democrats'
would have been their best friends long
ago." He thinks that the negro can be
of more serviceto them now than the sons
of the Emerald Isle.
lel,. The Democrats of Bedford county
have presented John W. Dickerson,
of Bedford, as their candidate for the Le
gislative nomination. This isan excellent
selection. Mr. Dickerson has the requi
site talent to make an excellent legislator,
and his courteous bearing, towards all who
approach him, will make him a most pp
ular candidate. Since it is not probable
that a Republican can be elected in the
Bedford district, we do hope Br. Dicker
sen will receive the De:tx:rate nomination.
The seyenth Annual Convention of
the Pennsylvania Stets Sabbath School
Association will be held at Allentown,
Penu'a, on Ttr.,sday, Wednesday and
Th,rsday, the 13th, 14th, awl 15th of
.June. All the earnest Sunday-School
workers of the Keystone State arc cordial
ly invited to be present. Each evangeli
cal school is requested to send to or more
delegates. Those who propose to attend
should ootify A. J. 13reiilig. Allentor•n,
Pa., who is Chairman of Local Committee
of Arrangements, on or before the 7th of
June, so that entertainment may be secur
ed, and orders for excursion tickets pro
cured and forwarded.
u 91,, One of the Democratic oracles says
that "the D3ruocratie party has eliminated
the negro from politics." do it really pos
sible ? After fifteen years of hard labor to,
convince the people that the Republican,
party was in fitvor of Emancipation and
Negro Suffrage, the Democratic party has
not only drip*en•all the Republicans up to
these advanced positions,, but educated
itself up to these measures. We say here
Nithout fear of successful contradiction,
that the Democratic party is entitled to
the major part of the credit of makiqg
these great political questions successful,
and we here accord them that credit. Their
agitation did for the Republican party
what it was almost impossible to do other
wise. They continually harped upon these
measures until they had no terrors for the
people, and they swallowed them without
even sugar coating.
Terrible Oqal ?IliAO Disaster,
Forty Men in a Burning ifincßescue of
the Living and Dead.
PITTSTON, PA., May 28.—The Knight
Shaft in West Pittston, owned by the Le
Valley Railroad Company, and ope
rated tinder lease by C. A. Blake & Co., of
New York, took fire phput two o'clock
Saturday afternoon, it is supposed teem
friction in the hoisting appartus at the top
of the braker, and burped fiercely to the I
ground. At the time from thirty-five to
forty men were iu the mine, to which
there is but one outlet, by means of the
shaft, 300 feet deep. A few were hoisted
out while the shaft was burning. The
engineer stood at his post hoiatiag away
until the timbers which supported the
rope burned away. The carriage was as
cending when this occurred, and all the
miners who were on it were precipitated
below and clashed to peices on the bottom
of the shaft. Two steam fire engines from
Scranton and Wilkesbarre, were soon after
to work on the ruins. At half past six
the shaft was cleared and ready for opera
tions. Timber and pulleys were rigged.
After a dog had been lowded and brought
up alive, Wm. Law, a miner of linginur
from the Pennsylvania Coal Mining Com
pany, was lowered 'twenty-five feet,
as as far as he could go with safty, and re
porte4 the air at the distance below sur
face favorable for meu in the mine.
By midnight the bottotu of the shaft was
reached with safety, and the work of search
ing for the miners commenced. The ef
forts of the explorers were continued du
ring the rest of the night, and by to-day
at noon thirty-seven men had been brought
out, ten of whom were dead; and eight
died soon after : All wero insensible
when brought out, but several rccovero
sufficiently in the course of a few hours to
give an account of themselves. Fifteen of
the men had barricaded themselves.in one
of the chambers, and for a long time were
not discovered. The exploring party
were compelled to proceed with great cau
tion, and were frequently brought out as
phyriated with lbul gases. At half-past
two the last mail, Benjamin J. Jones, who
was supposed to be embed under the car
riage, was brought up alive. He was dis,
co , ered in a distant portion of the mine.
During yesterday, last night and to-day
the excitement at the sceane of disaster
was indescribable. Thousands of people
crowded around the mouth of the pit; and
in their eagerness to see and hear all to be
seen and beard, were with difficulty kept
outside the ropes stretched asouod the
shaft. Vehicles of all descriptions were
constantly approching the ground from all
directions, and from every portion of the
Wyoming and Lackawanna valleys, and
the streets of Pittston and West Pittston
are croweded with pedestrians hurrying to
and from the wane of the catastrophe.
On the ground, inside the rope, a busy
scene, was presented, the citizens of Pitts
t•di and West Pittston, together with the
miners and mine superintendents, to the
number of hundreds, being engaged inces
santly ip alt!lost superhunian efforts to raise
all the bodies of the tin fortnnate men.
Mrs. Lincoln has gone to Chicago. She
will reside for the present with her son,
Mr. Robert T. Lincolu,a rising young law
yer of that city. Her youngest son Thom
as, commonly known by his pet nick rilme of
tiTad," returned with her. He has grim'
up a tall, fine N )16 lig jack of 18, who be_irs
but a faint rtr'setublance tg tip tricksy lit
tle sprite whom visitors to the White House
saw during the exciting years of the war.
He has been attending school industriously
in Europe, has acquried a
of php French and German languages, and
has come to look mush; Pie the "Bob Lin •
coin" of tho early dp of the
Mrs Sherman wife of General Sherman,
Nrs. Dahigreon. Mrs. Catharine E. Beech
er, and other ladies or prominence, arc in
dustriously engaged in producing signa
tures to a petition t) Congress prow: Ling
against an extension of suffrage to wo atm.
In furtherance of their object a trouthly
paper called The True Woman is publish- -
ed at Baltimore under their auspices.
John Greiner, of New 31exko, author of
the famous "Log Cabin Song" of 1540,
died at. Toledo, Ohio, on Saturday, of par
A volcanic "truption and eirthquake
have shUken the island t f Rua. The
country was terribly devastated, and 400
lives we;e lost.
The British Columbia papers are great
ly excited over the prospect of the loss of
the island of Sin Juan, even g.ring so far
as to advis^ the gOernmont to
seize and hold it by force.
The political campaign in Main will
open shortly. The Democratic State Con
vention has been called to meet on August ;
27. Gen Charles NV. Roberts will be re
nominated. The election will take place
Four thousand men are to be mustered
oat of the 11. S. army on the Ist of July
The War Department is now preparing to
'make other reductions as fast as the eir
cumstances of the case will pmnit
The indications from the receipts in the
Trensury are that the tariff act of last con
gress, which was intneded to effect a re
duction of 82,1,000,00 in the customs, will
not reduce the duties 85,000,000 a year.
The Chicago Common Council has or
dered that the tax levied on the grave of
Senator Douglas he paid out of the gener
al fund, and the sale advertised by thecol
lector be discontinued.
Gay. Geary of Pennsylvania has eousen
ed to grant a personal interview to Dr.
Shoeppe, under sentence for the murder of
his betrothed. The doctor has strong
hopes of persuading the Goveuor to cons
urite 11'.s sentmee.
The reduction of the Public Debt for
the month of May has been only about $4,-
000,000. The semi-annual payment of
pensions brings down the amount of reduc
tion this month to about one-third of the
voyage for the last two years.
One hundrd and forty vetoes from Gov
•ernor Hoffman, of New York, were recent •
ly made in one batch. This knocks Gen
eral Jacks,in, Captain Tyler and Andy
Johnson, all taken together, completely
out of time; and the best of it isthat these
vetoes of Gov. Hoffman, of big jobs and
jibe, are hailed with satisfaction by
the maws of the people of both parties.
. The Homestead Law is uow being claim
ed as a result of Democratic legislative lib
erality. Like all sucle other claims, it is
fallacious. Galusha A. Grow, a radicil
Republican ofthe rankest order, is the au
thor of the homestead law ; having taken
more trouble to pass it than any an in
4 luanrn ihat luult , _
The Pennsylvania railroad company
now light thirty fiv.a passenger cars with
gas, and additions ti the number are bf,-
lig made as rapidly as possible. Hach cur
with it enough gas for sixty hours' steady
burning. They have five barners and are
so brilliantly lighted that reading is an
easy matter in any part of the car.
GPQPgc Woloott , t who killed a 40Idier at
Frankfort, Ky., some time since, and for
whose arrest Gov. Leslie offered $5OO re
ward, had himself arrested by a friend
who drew the reward, and gave it to Wal
cott. Walcott immediatly gave the mon
ey to the widow of his victim. He was
drunk when he emnalitted the Grime.
IrLAUGULLN—WOOD.—On the Ist inet., at
the M. E. Parsonage, at Petersburg, by Rev. 31. L.
Smith. Mr. Edward G. 31'Laughlin to Miss Rachel
R. Wood, all of Porter township.
L4ILEIL—On the 21st ult., nt Mt. I:niou, Willie,
infant out of IL•nr; and Thvinals Loiter, sged
4 .lb , areFt thou [Last left er,
Here thy loss we deeply feel,
But 'tis G. 04 who has bereft so,
He can ail our sorrows heal,"
New Advertlsm crite,
[Estate of Jane Fitzgerald, deed.]
Letters of administration having been granted
to the undersiped on the estate or Jane Fitzger
lateof.L.ckson township, dec'd., ell persons
knowing. themselves indebted are revekted to
make immediate payment, and thosehavingelairus
to present them duly authenticated for settlement.
JAMES W. MAGILL,
June 7, 1871. [Ada.
A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
[E4lote of &Mud 800 her, deceneed.]
Letters of Administration having been granted to
the undersigned on the estate of a Samuel Mather,
late of Springfield township, deceased, all persons
knowing themselves indebted to soid estate are re
nuesteeto none immediate payment, and those
having claims to present theta duly authenticated
June 7, 1871 3 .
The undersigned Auditcr, appointed by
the Court of Common Pleas of Huntingdon county,
to distribute the proceeds arising from Sheriff's
.94.1 e 14 ttm personal property of itielierd p, Mor.
than, will attend to "the'tlutie. of slid appoint
ment, on Priday t the 23rd day of June, A, D., 1871,
at one o'clock, p. ro„ at his office on Hill area,
Huatingdon, when and where all persons interested
will present their olaltna, or be doborrod from um- .
ing in for a share of said fund.
H. C. MADDEN,
June 7 1871-3 t.
Ili virtue of a writ ofFi. Fa. to me directed
I will expose to public sale, at the Court House, iu
Huntiagdon. on Friday, 1110 4th dity . of Angust
11.71, o one o'elooh, v. to., the following described
rent estate, to wit :
All that certain tract of timber land, situate in
Black Log Valley, Shirley township, Ilantingd.in
county, and bounded as follows : On the north by
lands of William Morgan. on the east by lands of
John Lefford, Sr., on the south by lands of Hance
It. Campbell and John Morgan, and on the west
by lands of James Morgan, containing 311 acres.
more or less, 50 acres of which are cleared and
the balance well timbered, principally with White
Oak; and having thereon erSoted a plank dwelling
house, with Basement and Summer Kitehen,Frame
Stable, an. w Water Power Saw Mill with two
Cireuirr Saws, one Power Crosscut and one Sash
saw, there is connected with the Mill a Stare
Cutter, two Steam Chests and Steam Boiler with
Force Pump. All of the above improvements are
new, having been made within the past three
years. Black Log Creek rnns through the prop
erty On:acting an ample supply of water, This
property is situated on the township road almost
eight milestrom Mt. Union.
11eizod, taken in execution, and to be sold as the
property of D. W. Witmer, jacoh Sneath, Levi
Myer, with native to George .1. Sinith terre tenant.
D.. 11. P. NEELY,
June 7, WI. Sheriff.
Exch-,.-.•4!.,..,0 vim Discznps
ee Pzxxxyl,vANlA, Ocemraiaixo 111 NTINGDON Axa
MIFFLIN COUNTIES.—NOTICE.—The annual as
sessment for the above-named Diviston of all per-
SOPS liable to a tax on income, and also uf all per
sons requlred to pay a special tax, as Brewers,
Wholesale and Retail Liquor Dealers, Manufac
turers and duelers in Tobacco and Cigars, having
been completed, notice is hereby given that the
taxes aforesaid have beeo:nc due - and. payable, and
*ill be received at the following places and time,
to wit ; At oftice of Aiiessor, loeWistown, Th.--
day and Friday, Jane 22(1 and 2:ld,
And at my allies in Huntingdon; at any lime
prior to Jan', 30rh,
PENA LT t
who fail to pay their
annual taxes prior to the 10th day of July will he
duly notified of their neglect, for which a fee of
twenty cents, and for each mile traveled in serv
ing the notice, will he charged. and for ail taxes
sentuining• unpaid on the 20th ofJuly the penalties
wiii ite•airfletl' sod tram-into iatte,d without res
pect to per,mus.
PerSOns duipg business sailboat having paid a
special tax therefor, lire Italic ton penalty of three
flews the it.tuom,t of ' , aid tax, a One of five hun
dred and imprisonment fur three rears.
1 , 11,12 K 'ii'. 3T}:5l ALIT,
Deputy Colitcter NVLIth District Pennsylvania.
June 7, 1871 -tit,
A. ORBISON, Attornoy.at-Law,
R• om c e, nt Hill atreet, Huntingdon, Pa.
IL S. =; CA lrrfr Y. IW. C. m'cAirrnr, IJ. A. PC LLOJIi
FR NIC LJN MANI? FACT tllt
[Late Huntingdon ifourefachr,ipy (
Manufattittres FL:wing, 'Sank,
ShrAters, Scr.ll Work, Ontn44,
Shelvin7. Tit:Ling*. Hobbs, Spoke. Lent
Work, lo,ks, Brooms, Pick, not Minuni;r
Handles, .Farnitore, ,to. Our Machinery tieing 'of
the very best. ouality noel giving our entire atten
tion to the liosineas we nre aiile to manufactura all
of the ahoved iimac,l coI W:11 r many
others, in the hcsi style ling always pronrWy,
All tor,ler, to lb, ,
VII AN.KI.IN 'MANUFAt'Ti7ItI:iI/ COM I'ANY
will couch, our ininmila'_e attention. Price li.
June 7, IS7I.
T HE FARMERS FAVORITE.
The most perfeet Grain Drill in the world. Will
sow ail kinds of grain and seeds from the coarsest
to th_ uncsr,with accuracy, withomt ringing, skip
ping ur breakage of seed. Works equally well up
and down, or rids hill, a rtriegyfiest-cla,g
warranted to give tiatirw satisfaction, menuffictur
ed in the most approved manner by Bickford &
Huffman, Macedon, X. Y. If you have the slightest
notion of purchasing a Grain Drill. please send us
your address, it will pay you well to do sc. Prices
reasonable. Terms accommodating,
Address, P. L. SWINE,
Agent for Iluntingdon, Fulton and Franklin
June 7, 1871. L'in
A UDITOR'S ACCOUNT OF RE
CEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES of the
torongh of M. Union for the year endin3 Moy, :
And. nu duplicate
W. 11. Itosimsteel Son.
...„ 75 eo
--.,.,.---. $7OO CO
It,bt 'root lem
J. S. Africa, Surveying 62 45
T. 11. Adams, material 5 62
F. D. Stecetm, hardware 2 60
Benj. Brindle, street commissioner...-
A. E. 'tiller, labor onstreets 2O
Register Sltnow, labor on streets 74 20
San'. Hap, labor on streets . 2l 70
Cline. Jfclntyre, labor un str, eta
.7_. I:lltiSs . port..istror on streets.
J. Meinfian, labor on Amnia €3 00
Blair k Appleby, material j Na
Wm. Dean, labor on 9txtuti lO
Iluoby Putts, labor ou strut,. 2O 47
D.C. Plod:. masonry L 40
Shavar, hardwarO, ot4
T. W. Bolinger, Inho'r on strooti.
Nine Presslarjahor, on streets
11 F. Keechart, labor on streets
J. Flasher, malting
J. C. Lockard, labor on streets
.1. Hooper, .. •
F. Hooper, " '
Jamey Horgan, ‘.‘,
E.W. near, "
J. S. Slmver,
6441'1. ItoHu - lugh
Win. MeD mall, labor on streets ... . .....
1 44 i
. 5 3 .1
E. P. MeKittrien, polithing
Oen. nollobaugh, labor on streets 2 In
F. Fee, labor on drools 3 'ii
J. McDonald, loam on tarots 1 40
E. I; Dever, material 1 72
B P. Bare abut.. streets 3 50
M. °rube, Lanling 2 ...31 05
E. IC Rogers, hauling
W. Briggs, hauling
ace. Smith & Sou, I;nutter 8 4.9
D. Etnier, expenses to lluntingdou...., 2 t
1 o .
Wm. Dt,n, serving u, - ..tiet t s '
John Thompson, labor on streets 5 62
Wm. Dean, collecting tax 23 98
J C. Soehlor, treasurer lO 58
1). Etmier, sa;rvicus as clerk
Total . . 11.394 13
Receipt (less) 7Ol CO
We the u r nilereigird Anctitor certify to the correctness
of the shore. . .---...
T. A. APPLEBY,
PAL DATIL And:tom.
Id Aud. alvent.
ATDITOWS ACCOUNT OP THE
RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES of the
Borough of Mt. Union for the year ending 31ay,1570:
Amt. on duplicate :421 a
And. reed for tr. of school holm 3 3,
And. reed for we of school Wino ......... ...„ n
I S.PANDITUREE , ,
Debt iemaining dne from 1865
Jacob 1 , 11,11er, f:erviog - notice3
Jim Thom/von, costa of eWill with J. Dough-
.1. A. 1. Postlethwaite services as St. Cum... 37 O'J
James Morgan, labor as Ararts.... ........... 7.5
Z. S. IVootlZ 1;bor on streets, lO Si
'I heophilus 31elnlyre, labor on streets
Wm. V Shaver, labor on streets l7 25
J. C. Ross, labor on streets 1 1::
R. B. Harvey, labor on streets 1 7.0
Costner Miller, labor ou streets
esetnar liillor, usstustusnt bet 2 ou
P. R. ,ituons, labor on strgebs ' 825
So il llollabangh, labor at streets
John S. Shaver, labor on streets 5O
Graham Sough, labor on streets 5O
.111. Tatter. ?Luling
IL K Rogert;.for IK:i'rdwalk 5 20
J. Plavher, sndthing . 1 TO
John Thompson, lahor on streets 7 60
ppler Shaver, putt* do , . ar.0413 . K. llogers,htbbr on strqsts
.. 4judel . .y . lumber and hauling • 7 0:.,i
O. P. Millar, I;tror on streets 0 00
J. Thompson, labor on streets 8 00
L 4. Ilriggs banling
. . .4 sn
D, Ilaou~Mk , hauling.
8. 11. AilaMe, material
John Moo - non. collecting tag
J. C. Sichler, tren.urer.
D. Etnier, services as clerk
nvp'.4.4 . . .
the lindersfool And;tors certtfy 0, du , Corn,Mlle.
of Ole ikltovr.
T. A. APPLEBY,)
D. 11. BAIIt,
ad And. almont.
nIiPHANS' COURT SALE.
V [Estate of JOILV AR MOS, dee'd.]
The undersigned ;sib expose to public sale on
the premises, in Barree township, Hunting:don
S A TURP4 r , the 40th day of'June , lB7l,
at 1 o'clock, r, it, the following described Real
Estate, late of John Amon, deo'd., to wit; -
A cortaiu tract of laud, in said township, bound
ed by lands of Samuel Myton, Hobert B. Myton,
John lingua, Patrick Gettis and William Chesney,
containing One Hundred and Thirty-six Acres,
One Hundred and Teens) fire cleared and in a. good
eau of cultiration, and Eleven Acres of good Tim
her Land, having
thereon erected a Two-story Log
House, plastered. a log Barn 60x40 fed, with ne
Also, a two-story Log House, saltulde for tenant,
Log Stable, aad n f.og tiaspenter'o Shop. There
is also two good bearing Orchards of choice fruit.
There is good limestone water at built houses.
The said lands lie betwoen the piddle highway
leading from Petersburg to McAlavy's Fort, and
public highway from Petersburg to Pinegrove
Mills, seven miles front Petersburg, convenient to
market, schools and churches.
I'l:RMS.—One-third of purchase money to be
paid on confirmation of sale, and the balanea in
two equal annual payments, to bo uccurcd by the
jukvo, lit bund4ol the poohaser,
Neffs Mills, May 10, 1F.;71.—T,0t
The excelsior Reaper anal Mower, manufac
tured by 11. J. F. Seiberiug & Co., Alcoa, Ohio, is
no experiment but a tried reality. Having been
before the farmer. fur eleven years, and 80,000 of
them non being in mte, speak. well for the ma
chine, It took the tirat premium at the trial of
machines at the AgricUltural College, Centre Co.
Pat.. July 27th and 28th, Ink
The Kirby, Champion. Keystone. World, Dodge
self Rake, Ohio Harvester, Hubbard and the Excel
sior were represented. The Excelsior took the
first premium as the best droppei and as the best
machine on account of simplicity of construction,
.fightness of draft, and other important features in
the mnehine. The aduieesigned 4e prepared to till
orders for the above machines at short notice.
Send in your orders early as our supply will not
meet the increasing demand. I can suiTly farmers
wanting Hay Forks, with the heat bock in the
market (MeFaddeu.). Orders by mail for ebber
of the above articles will receive prompt ntention.
Oeders for machines left at Wharton J; Maguires
hardware store will receive prompt attention
Pamphlet Lull price list sent free by addressing T.
W. Montgomery, Neff's Mill, Huntin •don County
Pa. tw.Ly2 !.
NATURE'S HAIR RESTORATIVE
Con tains no Lac Sulphur—No Sugar of Lead
—No Litharge—No Nitrate of Silver, end is en
tirely free from the Poisonous and llealth-destroy
, ing Drugs used in other Hair Preparations.
Transparent and clear as crystal, it will not soil the fl
nest fabric—per:ertly SAFE, CLEAN, and EFFICIENT,—
desideratum) LONU SOUGHT FOR AND FOUND AT
jt restores end prevents the Stair twin becoming Gray,
huratte a snit, - gles,,y appearance, removeb Dandruff, is
coo i l anal refreshing to the head, cheeks the Heir from
t i mel l ' o r jrp ‘ i i e r ven 4 t ' s r ta " dae ' lle ' e g , c re at e :ll ' ll ' l mwti!resn premo
oas eruptions. and unnatural heat. As a f , ressing for the
Apr it to the beat art,* ire the way!.
Dit. G. SMITH, Patentee, Ayer, Mass. Frepared only
by PROCTOR BROTIf EBB, Gloucester, Mass. The geny
hie Is put up in a panel bottle, made expressly far it, with
the name of the article blown in the ghtm. Ask Your
Druggist for Narr.'s Halo gesiroßATlvs, and take no
,rsh. Send two three cent stamps to Praetor Brothers for
.Treatise on the human Hair." The • information it
contains is worth $:,C0,00 to any person. Liwy.loll-yr.
AD IN I: - ;TRATRIX'S NOTICE.
(horge Copenharer, deed.)
,:,oinitoratian having been granted
ta , 11e1,,,•1,•r5i ;Ll,l on the cs,:te of (:,..,rge Copen
h,Jr, I,tt• t"wnship. dee'd., all persons
kn.kwit, tht.a.,!vesin.l,;ded art:requested to Naito
homed., ps: ~ ; ' am! those baring e!aim, to
pr, sent 1 , ! auth,mie.tt...l far sefflement.
KG'L: ;ll COPENHAVER.
of JOIIN McCRACKEN, dee'd.]
Lor, I,lblidist ration bating-been granted to
en.lerdgned an the estate of John McCracken,
la, of Od,bla township, dec'd.. all persons indebted
ere rlairet,fl to make immediate payment, and
thy., liaxing. claims to present them duly authen
ticated for settlement.
April 19, 1671.. [Adm . ,
Letters testamentary having been granted
to the undersizned living in the township of Frank
lin, on the estate ar Nancy Travis, of said town
ship. ileeease.l. All persons knowing themselves
indebted to said estate will u.ake immediate pay
went, and those having claims against the same
will presant Curn for settlement.
JOHN . L. TRAVIS,
OEO. T. TRAVIS,
A I7DITOR'S NOTICE.
SAlLtif PEIGHTAL ded.]
Thu und.,rsigw;dAu.iPur, appointed by the Or
phans' Court, or Huntingdon county, to distribute
the science in the hands of Samuel Peightnl and
James Ward, administrators of Sarah Peightal, late
of Penn township, dee'd, will attend to the duties
of his appointment, on TUESDAY, the 1:1th day
of JUNE, IST!, at. 10 o'clock. a. in.. at the office of
Simpson Armitage, No. DM, Dill Street, Dun
' • 1 . ,; , 1 , ,n. when an .1 were all parties interested will
presznt the:r claims.or he doharred from coining in
for a share of said ihni.
f;. B. ARMITAGE,
By virtue of a writ of Vend. Exp. to me di
'meted Y will eXpo,c to public sale, at the Court
itqese, klunt:ng.lon, on Thttreebty, the Sth day
at S o'clock. p. to., the following de
ti,:ri!,c4 real estate, to wit:
that cerZain tact or parcel of land, situate
in Cromwell township, bounded as tbllows: North
by lu, Is of Samuel liillilau,l, east by lands of Sam
uel I. snarl, west by Itogcr and Dewees, .south by
Isms of Samuel Bollinger, containing 300 acres,
o, less. having thereon erected' two two
story Log• Houses, Batik Barn, and other out
• seized, taken in execution, and to be sold as
the property . of William Johns.
All that certain tract of land, attoate in Brady
township, bounded by Jamul, Goodman, limaline
Be!!, IL J. Hueys, dam.] J. Grove• and others,
containing ton acres. more Or lees, having thereon
erected a 11 storied lox house, lug barn and other
out buildings, abort 35 acres cleared and under
Seized, token in execution, and to be sold as the
property of Bernard Dagley.
Ail that c,rtain tract or pared of land, situate in
Joni:lto township, bounded no follows: north by
W. 11. Woods, cast and south by J. Heiffner, west
Lininger, containing about 6 acres, inure or
less, having thereon - a story and a ha:f log dwelling
hoot , stable. and other outbuildings. Seized, ta
ken in execution and to be sold as the property of
David Weight. D. It. P. NEELY,
:Way iSi L [Sheriff.
v.S`oloaion Sharp, deceaaed..]
Letterg testamentary on the estate of Solornot;
F.harp, of Brady township, deceased, haring been
granted to the undersigned, all persons knowing
themselves indebted to his estate, are requested to
make immediate payment, and those having, claims
will present them for settlement.
31. y 17, IP7I-61..
[Estate of Sanitt!l bj>ranble deceased.]
Letters testamentary on the last will of Samuel
Sprankle, of Porter township, deceased, Lavitrg
been granted to the undersigoed, nll parsons know
ing themselves iqdoted to his estate, are requested
to maim immediate payment, and those having
claims to present them for settlement.
Alexandria, May i:, 1811-6 t..
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Circular and Terms to J. B. FORD dc Co., 27 Park
Place, Now York. [May 17, 1871.—1 t.
PRIVATE RESIDENCE FOR SALE.
Having gone into business at this place I
propose to sell uty private residence at Bedford,
Pennsylvania, at private sale.
It is unnecessary for use to give a 4o4ooption of
it to those who are aequainted with it, and to those
wit° have 00t sees it, aml who desire to purchase
a neat and eotnidete residence I would say go and
examine it. The house was entirely overhauled
and renovated but a year or two ago. It is located
anona full int nt• 5lO lw 010. -- .11
. . "
Fitt street, and thecorner Qt . an alley leading to
the Steam Mill, which makes it one of the most
public places in the town in a business point of
view. The lot is under drained by numerous
strains, .d is second to none in the place. It has
produced all the garden vegetables used by my
family for years. In addition there is a 44wels
garden and a consieeruble eptauttsy of eceellept
fruit, There !ri a rerprtumf insurance upon the
Address uto nt Huntingdon or Be 1t r 1, Pa.
J. R. DURBORROW.
Huntingdon, Pa., May 31, 1871.
4 'WANTED to make $BO to
$2OO per month by selling GREAT FOR
TUNES and How They Were Made. By J. D.
McCabe. Jr. Profusely illustrated and beautifully
bound. The most universally sought after book
issued for yearn. It shows how a poor sehoolums
ter made $10,Q00,000 ; how a poor half-blind sailor
became a banker, aLI teller's apprentiae the wealth
iest man in America, a unknown mechanic a mil
lionaire in seven years—with many more suck ex
amples ; hone energy, talent, and patient industry
hence always met with success when propeely exerted;
how money can be made honestly and without sacri
fice of principle. Bond for circular, etc.. and no
tice. my extra terms. GEO. MACLEAN, 119 San
som Street, Philadelphia. •
A UDITORIS NOTICE.
[Estate of JOHN PEIGHTAL, decA]
The nn lersigned Auditor, appointed by the Or
phans' Court of Huntingdon county, to distribute
the balance in the hands of Samuel Peightal and
James Ward, administrators ofJohn Peightal, late
of Penn township, &ceased, will attend to the
duties of his appointment. on Tuesday, the Llth
day of June, 1011, at la o'clock, a. m„ at the office
of Simpson & Armitage, No, 200, Rill street, Hun
tingdon, whey and whet, all parties interested
will present their claims, or be debarred. from
coming in for a share of said fund.
G. B. ARMIT.IE
May 24. Auditor.
and LOW PRICES,
A T 313 HILL STREET, HUNTINGDON, I'4
The undersigned respectfully informs the citi
zone of Huntingdon and vicinity that he has open
ed a Variety Store at \0.31311111 street, where all
kinds of goods can he had as cheep as nuy other
establishment in the eor.n•y. His line of
is colt:Otte, :nisi sold at reasonable prigs.
He is agent for the Wilson Sewing Machine.
L. Si i.IiNITTER.
MILLINERY STOIt ,
Mr, Katj A. i , 111 . 1i rf, 1, has opened fashion
able Millinery awl Dro.ts Makinr, estahlistiment at
II street, ond asl:s a share of
Work will he done in the hest style, and srlis
fa,tlen guaranteed. All kinds of Patterns for sale
cheap. She is in receipt of nli the latest .tyles
and is prepared to etteeote of work. in her
line in a style that ..,ati,ott iieit to please the 211. t
illStilliOUS. (!ail 371,1 examine,
May 24. It=7 I,
AR. BECK, Fashionable Barber
• end Hairdresser, Hill street, opposite the
Franklin House. All kinds of Tonics and Pomades
kept on hand and for sale. [aplo,ll-6m
F RESH ARRIVAL. OF
BOOTS AND SHOES
AT SHAFFER'S NEW STORE.
CHEAPEft THAN THE CHEAPEST.
THE nib:vs:tier would respectfully inform his
old friends and customers, that he has juet re
ceived from the East ralargwand well selected stock
for Atcn, 'Vona,. and Children,
which he is prepared to sell a trifle lower than any
~ther establishment in town. Being a practical
shoemaker, and haring had considerable experi
ence, he flatters himself that his stock cannot be
surpassed in the county.
Give bits a call, at the
CHEAP BOOT AND SHOE STORE,
Customer work made to order, in a neat and
Jan. 4, '7l
ROBERT U. JACOB,
IN THE BEST QUALITY OF
ANTHRACITE & BROAD TOP COAL,
STEAM GENERA TING PURPOSE&
All sizes and kinds kept constantly on, hand, and
all orders filled promptly at the lowest market
Ordera received either at the uMoe near Broad
Top Comer, room formerly occupied by the Union
Bank, or by A, B. flood,
MANCFACTURER OF AND DEALER IN
BREAD, CAKES, PIES,
GROCERIES, SYRUPS, &c., &c., &c.,
rne on r 0 .115 p : un andoorsrtereet AU anti S tore at the
Dealers will be suppli
ed at priers as low 7l 7in
be had fra3a Phdadelplai
GLAZIER 45; BRO.
DEALEILS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
S3IITII Street, between Washington and Mita
HENRY G. NEFF,
WASHINGTON Street, near Smith.
SMITH IN HIS NEW BUILDING
CALL AND EXAMINE.
IF YOU WANT GREAT BARGAINS GO TO
The best Sugar and Molasses, Coffee, and Tea
Chocolate, Flour, Fisk, Salt and Vinegar, Confer
tionaries, Fruits, Cigars, Tobacco, and spice; of
the best, and all kinds, and every other arttole usu.:
ally found in a Grocery Store.
Also—Drugs, Chemicals, 4ye tutti, Paints, Var
nishes, Oils Spts. Turpeatine, Fluid, Alchohol,
Glass, Putty, so., &c. The best Wine and Bran
44 for medical purposes, and all the best Patent
Medicines, and a variety of articles too numerous
The public generally will please mill and exam.
ino for themselves, and learn my prices.
S. S. SMITH.
Jan. 4.'71 ,
WTLLIAM I. STEEL,
SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKER.
Rae removed to his New Rooms, on Main %treee
three doors east of the "Washington M 05..," wher
he has ample room and facilities, and is now prel
pared to accommodate his old customers, and al.
others who may deoiro anything in his line of trade
Vials and Fancy Bum , Harness,
Carriage, Tug, and Yankee Harness,
Saddles, Bridles, Whips, Blankets, &u.,
always on hand, or made to order on the shortest
notice, and most reasonable terms. Also, a good
assortment of !Leese Blankets and Sleigh Bells.
inThe 6usiness,lie flatters hint ell that he can ren
der entire satisfaction to all who may patronixo btr
Work warranted and Repairing neatly dune.
Huntingdon, Opt, ISIU,
TO THE WORKING CLASS.—We
are now prepared to furnish all classes with
constant employment at home, the whole of the
time or for the spare moments. Business new,
light and profitable. Persons of either sea easOy
earn from Sac. to S 5 per evening, and is propor
tional sum by devoting their whole time to the
business. Boys and girls earn nearly es much as
men. That all that see this notice may send their
address, and test the business, we make this un
paralleled offer t To such as are not well satisfied,
we will send $1 to pay for the trouble of writing.
Full particulars, a valuable sample which will do
to commence work on, and a copy of The People's
Literary Companion—one of the largest and best
family newspapers published—all rent free by mail.
Reader, if you want permanent, profitable work,
address E. C. ALLEN & CO„ Augusta, Maine.
April 12, '7l-3mn.
MARBLE MANTLES, MONUMENTS.
PLASTIER rAms CORNICES,
ALSO SLATE MANTLES EURNISRED TO
Jan. 4, '7l.
W. BUCHANAN. 15.A1.4,18.. J. M. BUCHANAN.
B UCHANAN, ALLISON IL CO.,
No. bO9 IEII Street
have reeeived their Spring Stock, and among it will
he found everything nec!asary for housekeeping,
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
TIN AM) WANED WARE,
and a thousand other things, both mend and ern.
ROOFING AND SPOUTING-,
and all kind,' of Johbing done promptly. Two inch
for houses, pat up for seventy-five cents. Iluffalo
Scales for sale.
Must:keepers and others will swcv WoutY by
calling at 509 Hill street,
lil7C/1 22. •
STO $lO I'ER DAY.—Mee Wo-
HIV men, Boys and Girls who engage in our
new business make frou. SS to SlO per day iu their
localities. Full particulars and instructions scut
by mail. Thom in need of permanent, profitable
work, should address at once, GEORGE STINSON
& CO., Portland, Maine. [apr12,71,3m0.
BLOODED FOWLS.—The undersign
el is prepared to furnish the eggs of White
Brahma, Blanton, White Spanish, Black Spanish,
Buff Oacbin, and part Game Chickens. The eggs
will be guaran!eed. Orders left at Read's Drug
Store will receive prompt attention. Address
W. IL FISHER,
Marok22-3 mos. //untingd‘O,
BOOTS AND SHOES !
(Wept end of the Diamond)
Wholesale and retail dealer
S3IITIPS NEW STORE.
in enillces variety,
Groceries, Notions, &c.
BEE HIVE!! BEE HI
THE MOTTO, 01' THE
BEE HIVE GROCE
31'""2*m't. near the 8ra:4.24
N. B. ( 1 0 It B I N
"being returnoi from the East with a . In
varied assortment ut articles anisilly fona
firer-eloss (:r eery, ronsistink it) part of
and everythin, else to he found in an et
went of this kind.
of ail kinds, pure and fresh, such as
and all other articles usually kept in a it
1: A K El It r.
I ' Ileoutinue to cams' on my fakery, a
at all times prepared to supply
inEAD, CAKES AND Pi
, easonahlo priors. The following Fancy
rays on hood or baked to order
Parties supplied with
confections at short uotie•
all kinds of oak
:e and reasonable r
ior brand, always of
Family lour, of superi,
and for sale as elwnp as t
In connection with my other business
commenced the manufacture of Candies,'
prepared to supply country dealors wilt
FANCY and COMMON at as low rates a
can be purchased outside of the Eastern
If you want to sure money, Make your pin
at thin establishment.
TOYS!! TOYS!! TO Y
This department is e. - n 1 ete and em
everything in the Toy lint fro a lumping
to an Elephant. I ewe sol To e-taper th
other house in the county. inail I ask int
from the pnhlie to sobs,. hate the asserticm,.
. . _ .
Thankful to the public for the very litmus
mine extended to me in the past. I - sill
my teat effort! to merit its oontinuanne
oi.mgdon. JILE, 4, _
NIT . K. RAHAT'S
CONFECTIONERY AND GROCERY ST(
(Otte &tor wee( of Joet'ah Cuuttiegkeeee,
Is now stocked with a choice assortment
kinds of goods usaily round in a 'torn I
this kind, consisting of
SUGAR, COFFEE, TEA. FEPPIA, SALT
together with au endless variety of
CANDIES, TOYS, JEWELRY, worms:
all of which will be sold as uheap as a 1 any
store in Huntingdon.
A choice brand otTobaeua sad Began saws
Pure Cider Vißevu'n" heed at all time&
I respectfully ask a share of public paten
eonfldent that my prices will be sat
W. K. RIR
Jan. 4, Ti.
NEW GOODS FOR
SPRLNO AND HITN/
at the new eb,top store ut•
CONOVER & DECNrak
Nu- 625 }till etztOts
Our stock consist• in prt, of Dry Goods,
OCR., Notions, flats and Caps, Boots and E
Wood, Willow, and Qtteeasware. Bacon.
Feed, Glass, Nails, and. also a full lime of
r. EADY-31ADK CLOTHING.
Our prices are as tow as the lowest, and
speettully ask a liberal share of public patrol
D. P. GIVIN
INFORMS THE PUBLIC THAT :
HAS JUST OPENED A
SPLENDID STOCK OF NEW GOO
CAN'T it I SEA
IN CIIBAYNESS AND QUALIT'
CALL AND SEE.
- D. P. GIVE%
Jan. 4, '7l
Pianos and Music.
SIXTY-FIVE MST PRIZE ME
. ALS AWARDED THE GREAT
WILLIAM KNABE &CO
\:_►N L F.ACTI:IIEKS, OF
GRAND, SQUARE AND UPRIGF
1•L NO FORTES,
Them; r ,:raueuts have been Wm , C..% r t ./
for ue,triy Thirty )earn, and upon their wipaU
Moue attained an unpurehund pretnir dm a ,
pronounces them unequalled. Melt
combines great parser, sw,,tmues-an.l - rne singi
quality, as well as Mor i ► gurity of Intonation, a
sweetness thron; `•vat the entire scale. Their
suppliant and elastic, and jentirely free from .1
stillness fuuntkin nu many Pianos.
they are unequalled, using none hui the rosy he
seasoned material, the large capital employed
our business enabliug U 9 to keep continually a
immense stock of lumi.er, de.. en hand.
All our tiquare rialtos have our New leaprovi
Overatra4g ...kale and the Agruro Treble. ,
We would call special ntiention to our late in
provements in Grand Pianos and Fquare Grand
Patented August It, lsen, which bring the Piss
nearer r.-rttction than Las yet bctu attained.
EVERY PIANO FULLY WARRANTED FO'
We have made arrangements for the Sole Wholt
sale Agency for the most Celebrated
PARLOR 01:43ANS AND NVLODEANN.
which w, orjer IVlloksole •nu Retail, at Lime.
WILLIAM KNABE d CO.
Whokeale Depot,. 2ZU 281 South sth etre,*