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The Huntingdon Journal.
J. R. DURBORROW,
Wednesday Morning, June 28, 1871,
REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET.
FOR AUDITOR GENERAL:
COL. DAVID STANTON, of Beaver.
FOR SURVEYOR GENERAL:
COL. ROBERT B. BEATH, of Schuylkill
THE UNITY OF THE REPUBLICAN
The State nominations have given uni
versal satisfaction. The Republican Par
ty is a unit from one end of the Old Key
stone to the other. There is no lagging,
no efforts to kick over the traces, no grum
bling. Every leader feels the importance
of the responsibility which rest upon him
and shows a disposition to push on the
good work. With such a universal good
feeling and determination to act harmoni
ously, while the Democracy are distracted
and demoralized by their "New Depart
nee," there can scarcely be a doubt that
the Republican State Ticket will.be
elected by a large majority at theapproach
kg October election.
To make the triumph complete in the
various counties, it will be necessary to
select good and available men for the
ferent offices to be filled, and we hope that
nominations will be made for all places to
be voted for. There is nothing like a
complete ticket. It is generally in the se
lection of county candidates where the dis
satisfaction arises that effects the general
ticket. Men are frequently nominated by
trickery, who are unpopular and conse
quently great dissatisfaction arises. The
result is that men who do the work gen
erally, become luke-warm, refuse to work,
stay away from the election or vote the
Democratic ticket. Such contingencies
must be avoided. No man shodld be en
couraged who will resort to any other than
fair and honorable means to secure his
nomination. We despise trickery and
double dealing as much in politics as in
any other relation of life, and we hope the
day is not far distant when the honest
voters will avoid a dishonest politician as
they would shun a plague, When the
County Convention assembles on the 15th
of August neat, we hope that men will be
presented who will have the confidence of
the masses of the party, and that the really
meritorious wiil be nominated. We want
to roll up an old fashioned Republican ma
jority in Huntingdon county for the whole
ticket this Fall, and if good and popular
men are placed in nomination we feel con
fident this will be done. Let our party
leaders cultivate harmony and good feel
ing and bring about the nomination of
men who are not personally objectionable,
and we will teach our opponents that the
Republicans of Huntingdon county are as
strong and even stronger than they ever
were before, and that they mean to sus
tain those principles, at all hazards, which
awe the political rock upon which they
have built, and upon which they are de
termined to rest their political faith.
BEDFORD COUNTY POLITICS.
The Republican Convention of Bedford
county, assembled on Tuesday, the 13th
inst., at Bedford, and declared in favor of
the nomination of Hon. Wm. M. Hall, for
President Judge of the XVlth Judicial
District, by a vote of 35 to 21 for Hon.
Samuel L. Russell. The contest between
these gentlemen was conducted, by their
numerous friends, in a very animated
manner, so much so that the county was
claimed by both parties. Mr. Russell has
long been a favorite with the Republican
Party of Bedford county, and had the peo
ple not come to the conclusion that it
would be great injustice to Mr. Hall to set
him aside, so soon after having received
the appointment at the hands of the Gov
ernor, without any good and sufficient
reason, we believe he would have
carried that county by a considerable ma
jority. Franklin county instructed the
same day for Judge Hall, and on the Sat
urday;the 20th inst., Fulton did likewise,
unanimously, which secures his nomina
tion by the District Conference.
Capt. John S. Stuckey, of Napier, an
excellent man, was nominated for Asso
elate Judge. We do hope that the Cap
tain will secure an election. He has been
very unfortunate in his political aspirations
heretofore, and we pray that the tide may
turn in his favor. John Geller, s3l' Junia
ta, a very good man, was nominated for
Treasurer. Adam Haderman, Esq., of
South Woodberry, one of the most up
right and honest citizens in the county,
for County . Commissioner. D.' Hershber
ger, of Snake Springs, for Poor Director.
No better selection could have been made.
We expected our old friend, Adam Ullery,
to be the fortunate one, but he was doom
ed to defeat again. Mr. W. H Avey, of
West Providence, for Auditor and Hiram
Blackburn, of St. Clair township, for Coun
ty Surveyor. Both are excellent men. If
this ticket cannot be elected it will nut be
owing to the fact that it is not made up of
the best material. The Republicans should
elect their ticket this Fall. There is real
ly not, at the outside. more than one bun-
dred Democratic majority in the county,
exclusive of the newcomers on the railroad,
who ought to overbalance that number vary
readily. , We expect Bedford county, with
such a ticket, to go Republican this Fall !
nm. At the meeting of the Republican
State- Central Committee, held at the Lo
gan House, in Altoontran last. Wednesday,
P. N. Lytle, Esq , of this place., was cho
sen one of the Secretaries of the Commit
tee by a very complimentary vote. We
congratulate Mr. Lytle on his good fortune,
and we feel well assured that be will make
an efficient Secrefaty, and that no means
will be neglected by him. so far as within
him, lies, to secure the triumph of the
RePidallesn party. Dr. Sidney Thompson,
Of Spruce. Creek, and William Lewis, Esq.,
of this place, were added to the Commit
tee for . this county.
The BLARE of Francis P. Blair is
- 'O6 longer heard in the land. Ts he "blowed
sint" or hat he "departed ?"
Gtr No paper will be issued from this
office next week. Our employees desire to
have a holiday, in ac,ordanee with a time-
Vallandigham has gone to au un
timely grave and the Democracy have "de
parted." The funeral of 'the latter will
take place on the second Tuesday of Octo
ss... The Chicago Times, the leading
Democratic organ of the West, very .ap
propriataly puts the nomination of the
Pennsylvania Democracy under the head
._ Since Vallandigham's last "depar
ture" the Democracy appear to be in a
worse dilemma than they were at his first.
Some wicked wag suggests that they had
better go and do as he did. Horrible!
get. General McCandless, Democratic
candidate for Auditor General, it is said,
suffers from the effect of a Democratic
(rebel) bullet. IL; will suffer much worse
from the effects of Republican ballots about
the second Tuesday of October.
Stiir They had a little shake of an.earth
quake down in New York city, die other
day, and the Democracy trembled. If the
New York- Democracy don't improve we
wouldn't be surprised to read, some fine
morning, that it had shared the fate of the
troop of Korah.
G Our readers, no doubt, will be gra
tified to learn that our enntraet with the
Government, for the publication of the
United States Laws, will be completed in
the next two or three issues of our paper,
at farthest. We will then be able to give
them much more live reading matter.
n Hon. John Scott was home on a
visit to his family on last Saturday and
Sunday. He locks much improved since
the close of the Session ; whether it is only
in the style of his dress, or the cut of his
beard, or the shape of his hat, we do not
know, but there is certainly a great im
ta. Ed. Scull, of the Somerset Stan
dard, thus plants a stunning blow in the
tenderest spot of his neighbor the Demo-
"A few• yenre since the Somerset Democrat was embel
lished with u cut of •Scell swallowing a nigger.' We sug
gest that it again be produced for the edification of the
Democrats of this county who are now, by their State
platform, ordered to attempt the same feat. It would hap
pily illustrate the immutable and unchangeable principles
of the Democratic party, and at the same time prove, as
Pam Patch did, that somethings can be done as well as
Ser We notice by the last Monitor that
at least one Democrat wants the nomination
for Sheriff. He announces himself as a
candidate. We think there are several
Republicans who desire a similar nomina
tion, but up to this time we have no au
thoritative announcement of the fact. It
is time that announcements were made.
NIA,. We had the pleasure of a visit, last
week, from W. J. Jackman, Esq., of the
iniftlint6wn Democrat and Register. We
were very much gratified to make his ac
quaintance as we had failed to do so during
the late Editorial Excursion, where it was
supposed that the acquaintlnce of all in
the party would be made, which was far
from being the case. Come to see us
again, and bring Bonsall along. String
always out !
We have received a copy of the
Council Bluff's Daily Nonpareil, of the
10th inst., which advocates the nomination,
of our mutual friend, John H. Keatley,
Esq., late of Hollidaysburg, but now of the
former place, for Lieutenant-Governor of
lowa. We would be very much pleased
to hear that our friend - had received this
merited compliment. He is eminently
qualified for the position, and if nominated
will surely be elected. We wish him all
the success in the world.
e A placard was swung across the
street, from the headquarters of the Chair
man of the Democratic Count Committee,
in Bedford, at last electirm, inscribed :
"White Man's Party !" '•White Man,
get your tickets here !" The junior of the
Inquirer reminds the late "departed" of
this fact. We would suggest that the in
scription this fall read thus : " - Votes want- i
ed to carry the State !" "Black and White
men get tickets here !" Won't it be fun
to see the 'nasty Biggers" accommodated
with tickets at that shop ! But he will
be the last run of shad that will apply
there, you may rest assured !
Now AND THEN.—It is amusing to
Witness the twisting and swerving of the
"old line" Democrats, relative to the Val
landigham platform adopted for their fu
tu're government and standing in the party.
In order that our readers may fully un
derstand the "Now and Then" palicy of
the party, we give two planks from their
platform of '6B ands 71.
In the Pennsylvania State Convention
held in 1868, the following resolutions was
unanimously adopted :
Resolved, That the Democratic party or Pennsylvania is
opposed to conferring upon the negro the right io vote,
and wo do emphatically deny that there is any right er pow
er in °mares: or elsewhere to impose negro suffrage upon the
people of the State in opposition,
In the last State Cuoventioe the fol
lowing was adopted by a decided majori
Reached, That we recognize the binding obligation of
all the provisions of the Coristitution of the United States as
they now exist, and we depreciate the discussion of issues
which hare been settled in the manner and by the authoritiy
This is going back on the record with a
"vengeance." No wonder "old line" Dem
-ocrats who have fought all their lives
against negro suffrage, _squirm and protest
against proping up their platform with a
piece of sound and well-seasoned timber,
Trout the old Republican platform.—Ex.
Letter from Pittsburgh,
PITTSBURGH, June 26, 1871
Ma. EDITOR:-An account of a trip up the
Pittsburgh .h Connelsville Railroad may not be
uninteresting to your readers, as its progress,
from the day the first shovel of dirt was thrown
op to the day the first train passed over the
entire length of the road, was watched, by
some, with jealous eye, by others with an earn
est desire for its complete success, by all with
not a little interest. Through all opposition
it has finally passed to a grand success, and in
spite of the formidable monopoly wid attain to
a first-class road. It passes through a section
of our State unsurpassed for its taiivlral wealth,
gad will open up to the world, with the aid of
10 branches, untold mines of coal and iron
ore, while its timbers will be shipped to every
portion of our land to by used in the manufac
ture of every thing fro the noble chip that
ploughe the briny deep to the smallest house,.
hold article. The success already attained Is,
in a great measure, due to the indefatigable en.,
ergy of the able President, Mr. liagisart, and
should his health and life be spared there can
be no doubt of the road becoming all that Its
most earnest friends would wish for it. The
road is as - smooth as could be expected, and
we believe it to be perfectly safe, except, per
haps, the trestle work at Shoo-tly Bend—which
however is not on the main line, but was ne
cessitated by the delay in finishing Brook tun
nel,and is therefore only temporary.
There are many points of interest and im •
portance on this line we would like to - speak
of, if We had space, (for we fear we might tr,s
n§s upon the laws of the United States,) but
we will limit ourselves to a few of the more
prominent, and only to those on the extension
or lately finished part of the road.
Confluence, an entirely new place, situated
about midway between Pittsburgh and Cum
berland, promises to be to the I'. & C. R. R.
what Altoona is to the P. R. R., and is most
admirably located for the purpose. If half the
expectations of those who have invested in
property and business are realized, this place
will be of great importance. Ursina, its neigh•
bor, one and-a-half miles distant, is also a
candidate for prominence in the history of the
road. A generous rivalry existing between
these places promises unusual prosperity to
both. Next on the list we have Beyer's Mills
or Meyer's Dale, as we believe it is now called.
This latter place is rapidly improving, and has
a position that entitles it to a more extended
notice than we are able to give at this time.—
From this point we have a branch road—the
Salisbury & Baltimore R. R.—in process of
building, and when completed will develope
the finest coal to be found in Southern Penn
Salisbury is a small town of about 300 in
habitants, located about nine miles from Mey
er's Dale, and will be the terminus of the S. &
13. It. R., spoken of above. This is the place,
also, where whisky was at one time sold by
the yard. An old German, who kept a small
grocery store, was prevented from retailing the
ardent in less quantities than a quart. Here
was all his profits gone by one sweeping stat
ute, passed about that time, (50 years ago),
and the German at once devised this means of
avoiding the provisions of the law. He procu
red a square yard stick and bored a hole into
it and in this he measured his whisky, to the
great relief of his declining business and the
nourishment of his cpstomers. The Justice
of the Peace, whose opinion was law in those
days of submission and honor to magistrates,
pronounced the plan as not in vitamins of the
statute—inasmuch as the legislators had not
yard measure in their minds when they framed
the law. Salisbury is the home of Senator
Findlay, and although much advanced in years
is still young. Hls friends will at all times
find an open door and a hearty welcome by the
Judge, as he is called at Harrisburg.
Letter from Mississippi.
JACKSON, Miss., June 19, 1871
Ma. Ernroa :—Ueing but a sojourner in the
"Sunny South" our thoughts naturally revert
to the "scenes of our childhood," or in lan
guage more pointed, to Huntingdon county.—
May Heaven's choicest blessings rest on -her
Nothing is more suggestive, of the cool, de
lightful, bracing atmosphere, one is sure to
meet with, in Huntingdon county, at this sea
son of the year, than the, well—the direct op
posite of "all sich" that we are enduring in
the State of Mississippi at the present time.—
During the earlier Spring we lived a sort of
semi-aquatic life, in consequence of the constant
rains that fell, but aboht the first of June
"Queen Summer . " took matters in hand and
apparently incensed at having been baffled so
long in her "warming influence" went to work
with a vengeance and "reconstructed" the en
tire business. Grammarians in this locality
would he at a loss how to impress on the
"young idea" the different degrees of compar
ison, taking the state of the weather as the ba
sis of illustration, as it is, and has been, most
decidedly of but one degree, the superlative:
Owing to the large amount of rain that fell
during the Spring the lowlands throughout the
State were at the time flooded over; and the
debris of the overflows, consisting of river mud
and such other matter as the resistless element
would be likely to sweep along in its course,
is still (for the most part) lying where it was
left by the current, and is, at least during the
present heated term, disagreeably suggestive
of malarious diseases.. Your humble corres
pondent is decidedly of the opinion that if this
portion of the State escapes an epidemic this
summer it may safely consider itself under the
protecting wing of Providence.
Crops are very backward in this section.—
The planters have little hope of even an aver
age yield of cotton ; but they say the real test
is yet to come. Thsre hss been more cotton
planted in this State this year than in any ',R
eeding one since the war, and though the pros
pects look gloomy now, a favorable summer
may retrieve all and give a splendid crop.
It is not likely that the platform will be
often referred to in the present canvass by
' the Chairman of the Democratic State
Central Comittee or any of the other sev
enty-six members of the Convention by
whose votes it was adopted. It is already
dead-and damned, and no attempt- will be
made to resuscitate it. It is condemned
by the soundest Democrats at home and
abaoad, and not a chilp in its favor is
made by any Democratic paper in the State
The West Chester Jeffersonian says :
"The Democracy of Chester county are
almost •! unite upon this question, and
rather than allow these tricksters to de
stroy the party, they will consign them to
an ignominious grave."
The Bloomsburg Columbian, supposed
to be the organ of Hon. Charles R. Buck
"By some surprising means a small
majority was obtained in our State Conven
tion and in that of Ohio, to endorse this
suicidal and disgraceful policy. The sub
ject was studiously kept from the people,
and a majority of our repsentatioes were
suddenly transformed into dictators. * * *
We warn the men - engaged in this busi
ness not to attempt to clog the candidates
with this fatal platform. Destruction will
follow if they do. Let the ninth resolu
tion go simply as a vague opinion of sev- I
enty-six panne stricken Alen in a conven li
tion, and let it drop there still-born. If
the question requires decision at all, let it
be attended to next year in the election of
We quoted a spicy paragraph from Meek's
Bellefonte Watchman yesterday, and if we
had Bratton's Carlisle Volunteer at hand,
we might find more of the same sort. There
are, besides these, other Democratic pa
pers equally able and influential, arrayed
in opposition to the ninth resolution. Out
side the State we find opinions like the
following expressed by the Democratic
The Atlanta (Ga.,) Sun says:
THE NEW DEPARTURE-AWAY WITH IT.
Party names weigh but little with us.
We look solely to principles in jntiging, of
the true and real Character of any party ;
and looking to the principles announced
by the "New Departure" Democrats—so
called ofPennsylvania and Ohio,we con
fess that we sec no difference between
them. so far as relates to the XlVth and
Xlltb Amendments to the Constitution of
the United. States, and the principles on
the same subject of the ruling dynasty at
Washington, whether they be called Re
publicans, Radicals, Jacobins or Imperial
ists. The new movement seems to us to
be nothing but an open abandonnient of
the old creed Democratic party in its most
essential parts, and the full espousal of
the doctrine against which that party has
warred since the days of Jefferson. This
is our independent position upon the sub
The National Intelligencer says :
‘'The vital objection which the • 'ration
al Intelligencer has to this doctrine is that
it practically consigns the Democratic par
ty to consent defeat in all general or Fed
errl Pections. As a national party the
Democracy will cease to exist the moment
it adopts the New Departure doctrine."
The Baltimore Gazette says :
"The great blender which the Northern
Democracy mai*, is setting up a platform
as a mark for its antagonist. The outside
party wants no platform. its policy is to
But the best idea is advanced by the
Memphis (Tennessee) .appeal. It sug
pets a burlesque platsrni, the last plank
of which is "
Resolved, That the battle cry of the
Democratic p,rty in the next canvass shall
be. "Put me in sty little bed."
Yes, truly, after the prodigious lab3r of
the party and its ridiculous results, it needs
rest and sleep. Let it go into its cradle
for a while and sin , is, "Rock rue to sleep,
mother."—Har. 7 ekgraph.
311.71tDERED IN CIIIIRCEI.—A private
letter give- the fbllowing additional facts
concerning the murder of a Baptist minis
ter in an Arkansas puplit.. The affair oc
curred in Scott county: He was murder
ed in the church, a few weeks since, by a
notorious scamp. The name of the minis
ter was Deschamps, and P. Royal Arch
Mason, a man esteemed and beloved by all
who knew him. Both Radicals and Dent
. ocrats are very much excited and incensed
at the outrage: A bout two yearsago Des
champs held a protracted meeting, at which
several joined the church. At the water's
edge, on the day set aside for baptism,
Deschamps called ou the brethern to sing,
and as they seemed backward and tardy,
the invitation to sing was extended to the
congregtttion, and the man, subsequently
Deschamps, murderer, with one or two of
his associates near by, commenced singing
comic orvulgarsong, "The old gray horse."
etc. They were reported to the grand jury,
and it cost them $25. On the day of the
murder the young man walked into the
church, and, iu the presence of twogentle
man and several ladies, killed Deschamps,
drove the men and women out of the
house, then went back and shot two more
balls through his (Deschamps') body and
one through his head.. The young man
made his escape and is still at large.
Large rewards are offered for him by the
"Dardanelle Association," the Masonic
fraternity and probably by the State. Des
champs was among the first in -rank with
the Baptist preachers in Arkansas.
Immigration to Kanas is vQ,ry
A bill was presented to the French As
se.nbly providing for a loan of $500,000,
General Sherman has written a letter,
in which he utterly repudiates all idea of
a candidate for President.
The only manufactory of hair pins in the
United States tarns out fifty tens of these
useful articles per month.
Gen. Thomas J. Rodman, the inventor
of the celebrated Rodman gun, died at
Rock Island, Illinois, this week.
Tnere is no truth whatever in the re
ported resignation of Governor Cooke, of
the District of Columbia.
According to the report of the Secretary
of State. the population of Ohio, in 1870
was 2,665,002, and in 186) 2,343,739.
The army has been reduced to a peace
footing, in accordance with the act of Con
gress of July, 1870. The entire number
of officers and men is 35,284.
President Grant wil make his trip to the
Pacific Coast about the middle of August,
stopping at Salt Lake, and perhaps extend
ing his journey to Oregon.
The debt of the city of Yew York has
increased in the last twenty-eight months
$52,518,566.18. That of the city of Phil
adelphia in the last forty-eight months $l6,
Immense fields of corn have been plant
ed in Illionois this season by itinerant
corn-planters, «rho take jobs at twenty-five
cents an acre.. With a man, a boy and a
machine, they plant twenty acres a day.
Birmingham, England was honored with
a snow storm of several hours duration, on
the morning of the tenth of June. It was
in the anniversary of the great frost le
the United States in 1859.
16. E. B.Washburne, the United States
absence for a few weeks. It is said that
he will come home for a short visit, if the
can be spared from his post long .enough
to make the trip.
'There are between ten and twelve thou
sand negro voters in Pennsylvania. Per
haps this, in a great measure, accounts for
the "ninth resolution" of the recent Har
Mexico is fully troubled just now with
its old enemy—revolution. Fighting is
going on in several States, the Govern
ment being mainly successful, but not
always so. It has recently retaken Tam
Ex Secretary Soward and party arrived
at Suez, on May 9th, and were the guests
of the Khedive of Egypt. They subse
quently visited Cairo , Thebes, and the
Pyramids and prepared to go to the Holy
The Democrats of 3laryland refuse to
have anything to do with the "new depar
ture," and their papers arc filled .with
denunciations of those that favor it. if it
keeps on we shall have another Breckin
Garibaldi is as poor as patriotic, as may
be inferred from fact thatwhen his daugh
ter Theresa died in Florence several months
ago, she was BO nearly penniless that her
friends were obliged to pay the expenses of
At Pittsburgh, on Saturday last, County
Commissioners McGee and Neely pleaded
guilty to the charge against them of hav
ing received bribes for granting liquor li
censes, and were sentenced each to $2,000
fine and one year imprisonment.
For the last few months an influence for
temperance has been at work among the
Catholic churches at Boston, and the di
rect result has been the organization of
upward of fifteen total abstinence societies
in the various parishes of Boston and vi
In various part of the•world the twenty
fifth anniversary of the elevation to the
Pontifical chair of Pope Pius IX, was cele
brated with great eclat on Friday last. The
special reason for thiswas the fact that the
event is unprecedented for a Pupe to reign
for a quarter of a century.
The list of candidates fir the Guberna
torial nomination of the Republicans of
New Jersey is a most formidable one and
every day adds to it. With a good ticket
there need be no doubt of carrying New •
Jersey neat fall; hetice the very animated
and bitter contest.
GEARY—HUYETT.—On the 2241 inet.,nt Stone Hall,
Huntingdon county. by the Rev. A. Peters, wedded by
the Rev. 1. D. Steeled, Rev. A. C. Henry, of Dale City, Nei
to Mice Lizzie H., daughter of Col. John Hoye..
NonTa-51011.111TRIE.—On tho P. 211 inst., by I. C.
W. Zahnizer, Mr. C. C. North to 3tiee Lizzie Mclittrtrie,
.to4it of li nnting.lu e, Po.
CAUTlON.—Whereas, to wife, Ant-
Walla Jones, hat left my bed and board with.
out any just cause or provocation, I hereby notify
the public not to trust her on toy account, as I
wilt Tiny no debts of her contracting. I will hire
a half-dollar's worth of .raw-hide to any por:on
who will ',torn lu.r. 17. JONES.
Franklinvinc, Juno 2S, IS7I-3t.
ATOTICE TO CONTRACTORS—The
building or the new•Sehool 'louse will be let
to the lowest bidder on the pretuises. at Centre
Union, Oneida township, July oth, of five o'cl oc k,
Plan and specifications can I,c:examined by call
ing with the &ereln.y. By order of Beard of
A, Y. WHITE. Soct'7,
&Torte.' Weekly I;)r the JOUItNAL by
11,nry 4: Co.
Humus°Dos, l',. .7.e . 27, 1571.
llutrcp. $ '2O $
COFFIte, O. 6. illM "4
.. Mu, good I •- • , 21
" Rio, fair l, ,i 4 •,0
O. ti. Java, roasted .
" Slaricabo, • 6
Rio, choke, "
" M., Pod, "
FIAMR, white wheat
' red wheat
WHEAT, white, per hush
MOLASSES, Port Ries
" New Orleans lOO
SUCAR, loaf l5 16
powdered l5 16
granulated l5 16
A 14%7 Es fora 05
extra C l3,f; 7Es for 05
yellow C l2 7 Pis for 85
Tea, Young !Tyson 6s@il 25 1 311
" tinupowder, rine 6sfaSo OO
" Gimowder, finest • 1 15@1. 50 11,
" Imperial, fine 556_00 1 00
" Imperial, finest 1 lalatil 30 140
1 " Japan, flee 75(41 00 110
" Japan, tinest 1 00*1 25 140
Oolong, fine 60(g70 70
" Oolong, finest 85(01 25 140
" Soneliosig, fine 60400 00
" Sonehong, English Breakfast 1 00(.91 50 140
B.VP, silver drip lo't 120
' Crystal 1- 35 150
diamond drips lli 1 10
" extra gold.. BO 90
" bee hive 7O 75
" I,t baking 55 65
RAISINS, layers 3 BO 23
- valeneia l6 10
" mete l6
flexisEs l3 15
CURRANTS . l2 15
Km • lO 12
STARCH : , :li 10
SAL . - ODA. 4,1, 5
Brcgrrs, tee hoops, 22
" three hoops 25
PEANUTS, roasted, per bushel 3 50 per qt. 20
ESSENCE COFFEE, per gross
CHEF E, °when l7 20
CANNED PEAeIIES, 3 P, ca. 4 50 40
2 IN cans 3 30 30
TOMATOW,3 iti eat.
" 4th can' 2 0 i 18
7'oll 01.031.2 lb .0. ..
u tfaxEsr (I.tor-s. "
" RED Cummties "
" Marrs CHERR I ES 4 50 40
" WINSLOW'S CORN 350 35
" Luta 13.•txs, 2th cans 4 19) 35
" GREEN PEAS, 2lb ram: '1 75 35
51.18e8 MEAT 1414 18
Potatoes $1 00 to $1 io
• June 26. MI.
nous, Extra family 87 00
-Snperfine 5 50
fancy brands 8 00
" Rye 5OO
Co. lit.tt. 4 00
WHEAT, White, per barbel 1 65
" red, "
Coon ~ SO
11, _ lO5
0 \ TS 62
THE PITTSBURGH AND CON
NELLSVILLE RAILROAD will commence
running thenogh trail. en Monday, Ist proximo.
For the preseir, the train will leave Cumberland for
Pittsburgh at :Sils so., but this will lm changed so soon
as a Summer Schedule igadoptwl.
The Accommodation Train will hare at 9 A N.
May 28, '7l Mosier of TransportatMit.
'ORPHANS' COURT SALE.
[Estate .1011 Y Alt MON.
The undersigned will expose to public sale, on
the pretnises, in Barren township, Huntingdon
SAitT Rray, the 12, flay of August, 71.
at I o'clock, p. in., the following described Itcal
);state, late of John Amon, deed., to wit:
A certain tract of land, in said township, bound
ed by lands of .Samuel Myton, Robert 11. Lipton,
John Hagan, Patrick Gnus and William Chesney,
containing One Hundred and Thirty-Six Acres,
°BC Hundred and Twenty-Fire cleared and in a
yowl state of cultivation, and Eleven Acres of good
Timber Land, having thereon erected a Two-story
Log House, plastered, a Leg Bap 60x-10 feet, with
necessary outbuildings. -
Also, a two-story Log House. suitable for tenant,
Log Stable, and good Lie , Carpenter's Shop. There
is also two good bearing ° Orehar s of chmee fruit.
There is goad limestone water at both houses.
The said lands lie between the public highway
leading from Petersburg to iiteAtavy's Forf, and
public highway front Petersburg to Pinegrove
Mills, seven miles from Petersburg, convenient to
market. schools and churches.
TERMS.—One-third of purchase money to hr
paid on confirndtion of sale, and the balance in
two equal annual payments, to be secured by the
judgment bonds of the purchaser.
T. W. moNTciesulny, Excentstr. •
Ica - 5 June 28, 1871.
To Rebecca Braden, of Siglc, Jefferson
county, I'a., Jane Welts. of Castle ileeg, Comae_
ireland, — T — tenecca!limn of 50.1743
Christian street, Philadelphia, Margaret Stewart
of No. 1431 Bainbridge street, Philadelphia,
Ease. Johns•on, No 409 - Christian street, Philadel
phia, John Stewart k+f No. 1743 Christian street
Philadelphia, Pa.: Annie Bred,. of Indians. Pe.:
James Stewart of No. 320 South 18th street, Phil
adelphia, Pa.; William W. Fife, of Cresrion. Fil
more comity. Minnesota. John J. Fife, No. 22
Hickony street, Philadelphia, Pa.: Eliza I)mM.-
batgh of Alhoiville, Mifilin co., Pa,: John Fife of
No. 2247, Franklin street, Philadelphia ;'David
Fife of Australia; William Fife of Castle Derg
Comity, Tyrone, Ireland; Samuel Fite, Castle
Derg, county Tyrone, Ireland; Robert Fife, Castle
Derg, county Tyrone, Ireland; Joseph Fife. Castle
Derg, county Tyrone, Ireland; Reber. Fife, Cas
tle Derg, county Tyrone, Ireland; Jane Eerr, Cas
tle Derg. eouely Tyrone, Ireland.
Take notice that an Inquest will be held ut the
dwelling house of James Fife, dechl., in the town
ship of Brady, in the comity of Huntingdon, oti
the 14th day of July, A. D. 1871. at on, 0 . e101:5 in
the afternoon of that day, for the purpose of mak
ing partition of the real estate-of said deceased to
and among the children and legal representatives,
if the same can be done without prejudice to or
spoiling, the whole, otherwide to value and appraise
the same according to law—at which time and
place you may attend if you think proper.
11. B I'. NENIX, Sheriff ,
• A. •
Sheriff's Oithse, Huntingdon, June 19, 1S 1.-1 t
.N. DMINISTRATRIX'S NOTICE.
[Eetate. of George Copenharer, dee'd.l
Letters of Administration baring been granted
to the undersigned on the estate of George Copen
haver, late of Shirley township, deed., all persons
knowing themselves indebted are requested to make
immediate payment, and those hoeing claims , to
present them duly authenticated for settlement.
[Estt;te of JOILV McCRACKEN, dee'd.]
. . . . . . .
Letters ofadministration having been granted to
the undersigned on the estate of John McCracken,
late of Oneida township, dee'd., all persons Indebted
are requested to make immediate payment, and
those having claims to present them duly authen
ticated for settlement.
April 19, 1871.. [Adnfr.
A DMINISTRATORS' NOTICE.
[ENffite of Samuel Thompson, deed.]
Letters of Administration having been granted
to the undersigned on theestatc of Samuel Thomp
son, late ~f Franklin township, Ilee'd., al: persons
knowing themselves indebted are requested to
make immediate payment, and those having claims
to present them duly authenticated for settlement.
JOHN Q. ADAMS,
A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
Julie 14, 1871
Letters of administration baring been granted
to the undersigned on the estate of Jane Fitzger
aids, late of Jackson township, dee'd., all persons
knowing themselves indebted are requested to
make immediate payment, and thosehaving &aims
to present them duly authenticated for settlement.
JAMES W. MAGILL;
HE SDQUARTERS FOIL FINE
CAXDIES, TOYS . . FRUITS, 5UT5,5 , ,
is at D. S. Africa's Variety Store, Na. -t :t, in the
Diamond. Also, can I.e had•, a tine a=sorttnetit of
wATcums,.nzwituty, PEN KNIVES, POCK
ET BOOKS, TRAVELINU SATCHELS, FANCY
SOAPS, HAIR OILS. PERFUMERY, &C. Dow's
Celebrated Ire Cream Soda Water, in senson,itt D.
S. Africa's Variety Store. So. ?3, in the Diamond.
March 15. tf.
By virtue of a writ of FL Fa, to lac direoted
I will cq:ose to puldio ,ale, at the Court Haute, in
Huntin.idon, on Friday, the 4th day of August
1871, at one o'clock, p. in,the following describcd
nal estake, to wit :
All that certain tract of timber Mud, ,iitiate in
Black Log Valley, Shirley township, Itunfingdon
county, and bounded as follows : On the north by
lands of William Morgan, on the east by lands of
John Lent* Sr., or. the south by lands of Hance
It. Campbell and John Morgan. and on the west
by lands of Jana, Morgan, containing 311 acres.
more or less. 59 soros of which are cleared and
the balance well timbered, principally with White
Oak, toad having thereon erected a plank startling
house, with Basement and Summer Kitchen, Frame
Stable,.a new Water Power Saw Mill with two
Circulrr Saws, our Power Crosscut and one Sash
ease, there is connected with the . Mill a Stare
Cutter, two Steam Chests and Steam Boiler with
Force Pump.. Ali of the above improvements aro
new, havinz been made within the past three
years. Maid: Log Cora k runs through the prop
erty affording an ample supply of water. This
property is situated on the township road almost ,
eight mites from Union.
4 eizeil, taleen in execution, ond to be su:d as the
property of IY. 'W. .Witmer, Jacob Snenth, Levi
1111yere.with notice to George J. Smith terre tenant.
D. it. P. NEELY,
N. G. MeDIVITT, Pres.
June 7, 1871,
iOO to 740
and LOW PRICES;
..1 T 313 HILL STREET, fil - N77A - l; DOS, P 4
The undersigned reel eetinl!y informs the citi
zens of Huntitigilon.ana vicinity that he It-. 14 open
ml a Variety Store at N. Xl 3, Hill street, where all
kiwis or ;400,1s can be hag as cheap as at any other
establi,lnnent in the county. His line of
is complete, and will be sold at reasonable prices.
Ho is agent for the Wilson Sowing Machine.
13. L. SILKNITTEII.
211 r.. Katy A. Sig-nate, has openea a fashion
able Mininery atz,ll , l,ss Making establishment at
3131: sire.,, nad respectfully asks a share of
. . .
Work will be in the best style, and :dds
faction guaranteed. All kinds of Patterns for sale
cheap. She is in receipt of all the latest styles
and is prepared to execute all kinds of work in her
line in a style that cannot fail to please the most
fastidious. Call and examine.
May 24, 1871.
"A Complete Pictorial Hiatory of the Times."
"The best, cheapest, and moat successful Family
Paper in the Union."
Notices cf the Press.
The Monti. NEWSPAPER of our country. Complete in all
the departments of an American Family Paper, Harper's
Weekly has earned for itself a right ii its title, "A Journal
of Civilization "—Neu, Thrl, Ent ?ling Star.
The best publication of its else in America and so far
ahead of all other weekly journal= as not to permit of any
comparison between it and any ef their number. Its col
umns contain the finest collections of reading-matter that
are printed. * Its illustrations are numerous and
beautiful, being furnished by the chief artists of the
111nri;or'n Wockly *hp and mogf intornatin, Ulna
tratcd newspaper. Nor dues its value depend on its illus
trations alone. IM rending-mutter is of a high order of
literary merit- varied, instructive, entertaining and un
exceptionable.—N. Y. Suit.
Harper's Weekly 4 DO
An extra copy of either the Magazine, Weekly or Bazar,
will be supplied gratis for every club of five subscribers
at $4 00 each, in one remittance ; or, six copies for 0
without extra copy.
Subscriptions Co'Harper's rr ex ki, an d B a ,
to enc ad,Less for one year, Slo (PO; or, two of HarPeee
Periodicals, to one address for one year Si 00.
Back Numbers can be supplied at any time
The Annual volumes of Harper's Weekly, in neat cloth
binding, will be sent by express, fore of expense, for $1 00
each. A complete cot, comprising fourteen volumes, sent
on receipt of cash at the rate of 05 'l5 per volume,
freight at exp.se of purchaser. Volmne XIV, ready
January Ist, 1,71.
The tiostn.'ge on Barper's Weekly is 20 cents n year,
which must be paid at the subscriber's post office.
Mayl7 Address LIARPEIt B BROTHERS. New York
The excelsior Reaper and Mower, manufac
tured by IL Scibering St Co., Akroa. Ohio, is
no experiment but a tried reality. Having been
bel'or, the farmers for eleven years, and 50.fi110 of
them now being in use, speaks well for the ma
chine. It took the first premium at the trial of
machines at the Agricultural College, Centre Co.
27Lli and 2Stls,
The Kirby, Champion, Keystone, World, Dodge
self Hake, Ohio Harvcster, Hubbard and tho Excel
rise were represented. The Excelsior took the
first premium as the best dropper and as the best
machine on account of simplicity of construction,
lightness of draft, and other important features in
the machine. The undersigned is prepared to Ell
orders for the chore machines at short notice.
Send in your orders early ue our supply will not
meet the increasing demand. I can supply farmers
wanting Hay Forks, with the best Fork in the
market (MePaddens). Orders by mail for either
of the above articles will receive prompt atention.
Orders for machines left at Wharton dt Maguires
hardware st.re will receive prompt attention
Tamplila and price list sent free by addressing T.
W. Montgomery, Neff's Mill, Huntingdon County
Pa. may 3 1.
NATURE'S HAIR RESTORATIVE
Contains no Lae Sulphur—No Sup: of Lead
—No Liiharge—No Nitrate of Silver, and is en
tirely free from the Poisonous and Health-destroy
ing Drugs used in other Hair Preparations.
Transparent and claw as crystal, it will not soil the fi
nest fabrie—periectly SAFE. CLEAN, and EFFICIENT
desideratums LO SOUGHT FOR AND FOUND AT
It restores and prevents the Hair from bccoming Gray,
imparts a soft, gloasy appearance, removes Dandruff, is
cool and refreshing to the head, checks the Hair from
falling off, and restores it to a great extant when prema
turely lost, prevents headaches, cures all humors, cutane
ous eruptions. mid unnatural heat. As a Prcssing for the
flair it is Me ben article in the market.
DR. G. SHITIi, Patentee, Ayer, Mass. rropared only
by PROCTOR BROTllERS,Oloucerter, Mass. The genu
ine Is put up in a panel bottle, made expressly for it, with
the name of the article blown in the glass. Ask your
Druggist Inc I , lAxtrai.'s Vets RESTORATIVE, and take no
va„, Send two three cent stamps to Proctor Brothers for
a "Treatise on the Human Hair." The information it
contains is worth 5500,00 to any person. [roy.lo7l-yr.
For Sae by JOHN READ, Huntingdon.
PRIVATE RESIDENCE FOR SALE.
dioxin= gone into business at this place I
propose to sell toy private residence at Bedford;
Pennsylvania, at private sale.
. It is unnecessary for me to give a description of
it to those who are acquainted with it, and to those
who have not seen it, and who desire - to purchase
a neat and complete residence I would say go and
examine it. The house was entirely overh•suled
and renovated but a year es two ago. It is located
upon a full lot of ground, 50 feet by 240. on Reel
Pitt street, and the corner of an alley leading to
the Steam Mill, which makes it one of the most
public places in the town in a businen point of
view. The lot is under drained by numerous
drains, and 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 flower
garden and a considerable quantity of tiSeellent
fruit. There is a perpetual insurance itimn the
Address me at Huntingdon or Bedford, Po,
'J. It. DURBOBROW
Huntingdon, l'a., May ttl, 1171.
W. BUCHANAN. I'. ALLISON. J. H. BUCHANAN.
BUCHANAN, ALLISON & CO.,
No. 509 Bill Street
have received their Spring Stook, andanion. it will
be found everything necessary for housekeeping,
in endlees vnriety,
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
T' AND JAPANED WARE,
and a thousand other things, both iinfol and orn.
. ROOFING ANI) SPOUTING,
and all kinds ofJobbin, atm promptly. Two inch
BRA 4 N UMBERS,
for houses, put up fur seventy-five cents. Buffalo
Se.tles for sale.
Housekeepers and others will save money
calling at 50 - hill street.
If. M. 3f . CARTIIY. I W. D. 30CARTIly, I J. A.
FRANK . LIN MANUFACTUR
[Latel.4 . l Hooting 3 / a naforturing Cuispong.]
Manufactures Flooring, Siding. Doors, Sash.
Shutters, Blinds ' Moulding, F,roil Work, Counters,
WoodTurningv, Hobbs, Spokes. Beat
Work, corks, Bakes, lirians, Pick, sod Hammer
Beadles, Furniture, .tc. Our .Machinery being of
the very hest quality and giving our (ntire tLetrn•
Lion to the business we are able to manufiteture ail
of the aboved named ankles, as well es many
others, in the best style and always promptly.
All orders addressed to the
FRANKLIN MANCFACTL'itiNG COMPANY,
will receive oer immediate attention. Price list
furnished when desired.
June 7, IS7I.
% D3IINPiTRATOR'S NOTICE.
[E4tate of &camel Booher, deeraa , cl.]
Letters of Administration bath, been granted to
the undersigned on the estate of * Samuel Ilooher.
Into of Springfield township,Acecased. all persons
knowing themselves indebted to said estate are re
quested to make imtnediate payment, awl those
having elahns to present.them duly nuthentieated
1! ENE DIUT STEVENS,
June 7, 187',3.
E XECUTORS' NOTICE.
[Estate of Jacob Hawn, dee'd.]]
Notice is hereby given that letters testamentary
on the estate or Jacob Hawrulate of Juninta town
ship, Huntingdon ecrunty, dedd., have been grant
ed by the Register of said county, to the subscri
bers, and ail 1/1:1,0118 indebted to said deceased are
regnired•to make immediate payment. and those
having claims against sari ekate will present them
to tit, undersigned, n$1.1111„ in Walker f
in raid county. HENRY HAWN.
Jum: 14, 1S:1,
QIIERIFF'S SALE.—By virtue of v.
writ of rend. Es. to the directed, I will ex-
Tose at public sole, at the Court - fiance, in lion
tingdon. en Thursday the Mit day of July. lii 1,
al a o'clock, p. m., the following real estate, to wit :
Ali that certain tract or parcel of land, situated
in Juniata township. Iwunded t.y !nude of Willi:lnt
McCall, I. 'laid.' heirs. David Weight, and oth
ers, containing about 40 acre, more or less.
"eizett. taken iuto execution, awl to be suiti as
the poperty of D. A. Weight.
D. It. P. NLY,
June 21, 1871, sheriff.
FRESH ARRIVAL OF
- BOOTS AND SIMS,
AT SHAFFER'S NEW STORE.
CHEAPER THAN Tit ' CHEAPEST.
THE subscriher would respectfully inform his
old friends and customers, that he has just re
ceived from the Lest a large and well selected stock
BOOTS AND SHOES
For Men, Women and Children,
which he is prepared to sell a trifle lower than any
other establishment iu town. Being a practical
shoemaker, and haring had considerable experi
ence, he llatLers himself that his stock cannot be
surpassed in the county.
ti ire him a call, at the
CHEAP BOOT AND SHOE STORE,
( West end of the Diamond)
Customer work made to order, in a neat and
Jan. 4,'71 ,
ROBERT U. JACOB,
Wholesale and retail dealer
IN THE BEST QUALITY OF
ANTHRACITE & BROAD TOP COAL,
STEAM GENERA TING PURPOSES.
All sizes and kinds kept constantly- on hand, and
all orders tilled promptly at the lowest market
Ordus rmcived either at the (Zee near Broad
Top Corner, room formerly ocoupied by the Union
Bank, or by A. B. Flood.
mANcrAcrunr.i: OF AND DEALER IN
BREAD, CAKES, PIES,
GROCERIES, SYRUPS, &c., &c., &c.,
Bakery on Moore street, and Store at the
C' , .irner 'lf Fourth and Allegheny.
Dealers will be supplied at prices as km as can
be hail from Philadelphia. [ap.26,11.
GLAZLEB. & BRO.
DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
DRY GOODS, •
SMITH Street, between Wasliingtun and Mini
WASiliNiVrati Street, near Smith.
SMITH IN HIS - NEW BUILDING
CALL AND EXAMINE.
IF YOU WANT GREAT BARGAINS GO TO
SMITE'S NEW STORE.
The hest Sugar and Molasses, Coffee, and Tea
Chocolate, Flour, Fish, Salt snd Vinegar, Confec
tionaries, Fruits, Cigars, Tobacco, and spices of
the best, and all kinds, and every otherarticle usu
ally found in a Grocery Store.
also—Drags, Chemicals, Dye Stuffs, j.aints, Var
nishes, Oils Bpts. Turpentine, Fluid, Alehohol,
, Glass, Potty, .te., &Le. The best Wine and Bran
dy for mettioal purposes, and all the beg. Patent
.Medicines, and a variety of articles too numerous
-.. The public generally will please call and exam.
ine for themes:lves. and leans my
a. S. S3thil.
Jan. 4, '7l
WILLIAM I. STEEL,
SADDLE• AND HARNESS MAKER,
Ilan removed to his New Rooms, on Main era.e
three doors east of the "Washin g ton Moose," wher
he has ample room and facilities, and is HOW pril
pared to accommodate his old customers, and al.
others who may desire anything in his line of trade
Plain and Fancy Buggy Harness,
Carriage, Tug, and Yankee Harness,
Saddles, Bridles Ships, Blankets, &c.,
always on hand, or made to order on the shortest
notice, and most reasonable terms. Also, a g ood
assortment of Horse Blankets and Slei g h Bells.
Harin g had twenty-fire yen rs practical experience
its the business, he natters ithuself .
m that he eau ren
der entire satisfaction to all who ay patronize tote
Work warranted and Repairing 'wady door.
Huntingdon, Oct. 19, 1879.
T 0 THE WORKING CLASS.—We
arc 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 sex wily
earn from 50c. to $5 per evening, and a propor
tional sum by devoting their whole time to the
business, Boys and girls earn nearly as much as
men. That all that see this notice may send their
address, and test the business, we make this un
paralleled offer : To such as are not well satisfied,
we will send 1 to pay for the trouble of writing.
Full particulars, a valuable sample whirls will do
to continence work on, and a copy of ir la People's
Literary L'ompaniott—oac ef the largest and best
faultily newspapers published—all sent free by mail.
Reader, if you want permanent, profitable work,
address R. C. ALLEN & CO„ Augusta, Maine.
April 12, '7l-3tun.
W M. WILLIAMS,ANurAcTeitIin OF
MARBLE MANTLES, MONUMENTS.
PLASTER, PARIS CORNICES,
ALSO SLATE MANTLES FURNISHED TO
Jan. T. 'IL
M 010 PER DAY.—Men Wo
own. Boys and Girls who engage in our
new business make from 5.5 to $lO per day in their
localities. Full particulars and instructions seat
by mail. Thus, in med of permanent. profitable
work, should address at once, GEORGE STINSON
& CO., Portland, Maine.
111 LOOPED FOWLS.—The undersign
-A-5 .1 is prepared to furnish the eggs of White
Brahma, Bandon, White Spanish, Black Spanish,
Buff' Cochin, and part I:aute Chickens. The eggs
will i.e guaranteed. Orders left at Read's Drug
More will receive prompt attention. Address
W. H. FISHER.
March 22-3 mos. Huntingdon, Pa.
[E4!nte of S:lonion ghai7o, derectsr.ll,3
Lctiers testamentary on the estate of Solomon .
Sharp, of Brady township, deceased, haying !Ton
granted to the undersigned, all persons knowing
themselves imtel.tt to his estate, are requested to
wake immediate payment. and those having elr.itas
1011 present 11min for settlement.
:llay 17. 11,71-11f,-,
[EmPtte rj St,:ein!t Spranl:le, derermed.]
Letters teetaineutatry en the Met will tif Samuel
Porter township,. deceased, hating
been ;granted to . the undersigned, all persons know
ing them Selves indebted to hisestete, are requested
to make immediate payment, and those having
claims to present thou for settlement.
HENRY G. NEFF,
Alexandria, May 13, 1871-61.*
Groceries, Notions, &c.
B E El IIIVJ!: REF; If I
S A 1. I.:
A N I
THE AVOTTO OF THE
LEE HIVE GROCE
Montgomery St., near the Broad Top 1)
II UN TIN (WON, YENWA.
N. B. CORBIN
Ils, j.st re:tuae.i f ow the East with a la
varied assortnien, ot wick. mentally foul
Gn.utry. voniisting in part of
and everytidn, else to be found in an e:
men: of this kind.
of all kinde, pure and Fresh, such a
and all other articlos nun
ly kepi in a tl
;;0•otio-r.o to carry un ray Bakery,
ut all that,. prepared to aupply
.;READ, CAKES AND
t rays on hand or baked
Parties supplied with
confections at short notio
all kinds of cal
te and reasonable
for brand, always u
Family flour, of supern
and for sale as cheap as t!
In connection with my other business
commrnecti the ninnufae!ure of Candies,
prepared to supply country dealers wit.
FANCY and COMMON ut as low rates 4;
can be purchased outside of the Eastern
If you want to save money, Make your pl
at this establishment.
TOYS!! TOYS!• TO 3
This department is e ni etc anti et
everything in the Toy line fro a lumpin
to an Elephant. I can 8,1 To. e..esper tt
other house in the county, tad all I ask is
front the public to substun lute the arsertieu
Thankful to the public for the very lib,
ronage extended to me in the regd.. I it
my beet efforts to merit its continuance.
Huntingdon. Jan. 4,
IXT K. 1 .11131'S
CONFECTIONERY AND GROCERY Si
(One door wee, Joeiuh Comninyhenn.
Is now stocked with a cho:ce assortment
kinds of goods usally found in a stole
this kind, consisting of
SUGAR, COFFEE, TEA, PEPPER, SAL'
together with au endless variety of
CANDIES, TOYS, JEWELRY, NOTIOA
all of which will be sold as cheap as at an .
store in Huntingdon.
A choice brand of Tobacco and &gars sin
Pure Cider Vinegar on hand at all times.
I respectfully ask a share of public pall
feeling ccntdeut that my prices will be si
W. K. RII
Jan. 4, '7l.
NEW GOODS FOR
SPRING AND SUM
at thu new eLtap store of
CONOVER & DECKER,
NO. f 25 Hill street.,
Our stock consists in part of Dry Good:
caries, Notions, hats and Caps. Boots and
Wood, Willow. and ( . I...swore. Bacilli,
Feed, Wass, Nails, and also a full line of
Our prices arc as low as the lowest, and
spectrally ark a liberal share of public patr
G RANT) DEPOT
NEW G 0 D D S
D. P. GIVIN
INFORMS THE PUBLIC THAT
HA:, JUST OPENED A
SPLENDID STOCK OF NEW CO
CAN'T BE BEAT
IN CHEAPNESS AN]) QUALI
CALL AND SEE. •
• D. P. GW
Pianos and Music.
SIXTY-FIVE FIRST PRIZE M
ALS AWARDED TUE GREAT
BALT' )1 ORE PIA I\
W I L I. 1 A 3I KNABE &C
GRAND, SQUARE AND UPRI(
LTI MORE, ND
ri,!ruments bate been before the p
for litady Thirty years, awl upon their excel
41:1/11C attained an utipurehaSetkpreulinenee, •
pronounces thew unequalled. a heir
combines great power, sweetness and fine sin
quality, as well cc great pc-ity of Intonation
sweetness !hien• "out the entire scale. Their.
v. 1.1 uud reutirely free from
stit'nrs: Inund . in nu many Pianos.
they sire uncritinlLAl, using nuns but the very
stusunui inaterial, the !Kw: taiiital employ.
o ttr hrsiness t nahaing cs to keep continiall
niense stcLii of YU band.
Alt our Square PiAntot h..: nest New Itnpr
Cherstr wig Seale and' the Agra tr.. Treble:
We would cull special aLL cuti,n to our late .
prorements in Grand Pianos and Square, Gra
Patented A t;gnst It. 1,116, which b ring the I'
nrcrt.r lit-rico:ion than has yet been attained.
EVERY PIANO FULLY W. ANTED
FIVE YLAR S.
We have made arrangements for th c Sole WI
sale Agency for the most. Celebrated
rAnLon ORGANS AND MELODEANS.
which we °E'er vsh )I:ia!e Ite!al!, at Loy
- WILLIAM li.NAI3E Ct
JAMES BELLA X.
Wbo:i sale Depot, 279 & 23 1 Si,utb bib etrAel
Yft ILA DI LVM,
Sept. 21, 1570-Bm,