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The Huntingdon Journal
ArGITST 27, ISSO,
KEADINt MATTER ON EVERY PA( ii
W. L. FOULK,
Agent of the Pennsylvania, Ohio and West
Virginia Press Association.
Is the only persnn in Pittsburgh authorized to
rneeive alvertisoinents for the t.. lie has
Garfield & Arthur !
The "JOURNAL" for the Campain!
ONLY 50 Cts for the Campaign!
The JOURNAL will take an active part
in forwarding the success of the National,
State, District and County tickets, and in
order that it may be within the reach of
all we will furnish it during the campaign
at the low rate of
ONLY 50 Cts for the Campaign,
STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. Subscrip
tions will be received singly or in clubs at
this rate. Now is the time to send in
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Brief' Mention—Home-made and Stolen
Pay your taxes,
Another hot wave,
Heavy rains recently
Grapes are the latest.
The coon season is here,
The cider prospect is good
The dog days ended last Friday ,
Roast corn commands a cent a oily
Butter bringing from 121- to 15 cents
And don't you forget to get registered
The mails are filled with political does
Mooresville camp is next on the camp list.
Warm weather last Saturday and Sunday.
The days are growing shorter at both ends.
The swallows are leaving for a warmer clime.
Reader, you are authorized to vote for Garfield.
The population of Huntingdon county.is 34,028.
Not many travelers leave this station on a Sun
Whooping cough torments the Huntingdon ours.
Too many cats with stout lungs in this ba,ili
Over fifty conversions were had at the Juniata
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The car works arc being surrounded with a high
Next Wednesday is the first of the first autumn
Our hay fever friends are having their annual
The corn crop will be immense in this county
Light frosts on the mountains several nights
The squirrel sbo. - aing season opens next Wednes
day, September l st.
In some rortions of the State the oats crop was
injured by the rug.
The bass are having a rest. The waters are too
muddy to catch them.
Tho toy pic k tol is still at work, aiding victims
to its already , long li,t.
Workmen engaged on the Penitentiary fuunila
lion are making progress.
Huntingdon, with its court and three conven
tions, was lively last week.
Keep your doors locked and windows fastenei
down. Thieves are around.
The Juniata Valley Camp meeting was a finan
cial success, if nut a spiritual one.
A boy riding a hycycle was the attraction Gil
our streets, Wednesday afternoon.
The Grand Jury were pleased with the new ar
rangements made in the Jury room.
Saturday a week is the printers' holiday, and
they expect to have a h. o. t. of it toe.
Peaches have got down to such a price that the
poor man can indulge in that luxury.
George Ilofftnan is building a nobhy little house
at the extreme west end of Smithfield.
The old residents of Warriorstnark will hold a
re-union at that town on the Sth pros.
You must be registered on or before nest Thurs
day. See chat the matter is attended to.
During the week our green grocers presented a
tempting display of fruits and vegetables.
Huntingdon's best looking editor expects to be
present at the picnic, on Saturday a week.
As September has an "R" in it, oysters can be
had on the half shel:, within the next few days.
Frank M. Higgins, City Reporter of the Pitts
burgh Post, is visiting his parents in this town.
The railroad authorities at Tyrone will occupy
their new depot building about the Ist of October.
The weigh lock building below town is a thing
of the past, it being torn down and removed last
The Odd Feli,ws of Blair county picniced last
Friday at Flowing Spring. They had a joyous
The Great London Chow gives Iluntingdon the
go-by, and the dirty urchin grieveth exceedingly
There is nu br3enback party in this county.—
What was left of thew, the Democracy swallowed
It is said that there is over a thousand brick
layers and masons at work in Milton, and more
The weather wa, scorching hot on Tuesday, but
the gentle shower iu the afternoon made the air
cool and pleasant.
Isenberg k Maguire bav, opened a eluthing
store in Fishers' old stand, and invi e the puli:ie
to call and see their goods.
Mr. John Taylor, of Trough Creek, had a val
uable horse die for him the other day, i ouie un
known villain poisoning it.
If you want a nice quiet nnok to retire to, go t.
Vie Hancock headquarters in this town. Nu
much to disturb you there.
During the continuance of the Newton camp
meeting 2,656 tickets were sold by the agent of
the P. R. R. Co. at Mt. Union.
The Democrats hereaways are not as jubilant
now as they were when Hancock was nominated.
Their camp-tires are burning low. •.
The Republicans are jubilant, and are earnestly
working for the success of Garfield, Ar:hur, Fisher
and the entire Republican ticket.
By a card in to-day's paper it will be seen that
J. R. Durburrow, after an absence of ten years
from the bar, will resume practice.
Our public schools open next Monday and some
of our youthful friends are glad of it, whiht others
are making ugly faees over the matter.
For the week ending August 21, ISSP, the 11. k
B. T. R. R. coal shipments netted 5,794 tuu, a loss
of 70S tons fur the same time last year.
Two of our citizens, David Dunn and W. B.
Zeigler, lost their cows on Wednesday last, they
being killed by the cars just below town.
,A Democrat, Saturday evening, had"enthused"
to such an extent as to be able to yell "Hurrah,
hic—for Uarcock—hic, and Hanlield—hic."
The members of the Methodist church, were at
their accustomed places, Sunday, the camp meet
ing season in this neighborhood being over.
Col. Jno. A. Doyle, of Washington, D. C., trod
onr boulevards on Wednesday, and intertwined
digits with his numerous friends hereaways.
Scarlet fever is carrying off the little ones in
Altoona, two having died in one family on Mon
day, while another was lying at the point of death.
The Catholic parsonage at 0 ceola was struck
by lightning Thursday, demolishing the flue and
creating a general racket throughout the dwelling.
Several bar I looking customers were lurking
in this neighborhood Thursday night. Our peo
ple should be prepared for the midnight gentry.
Strangers say that Huntingdon is the beet paved
town in the State. We could merit the name still
better if some of the pavements were leveled up a
bit. _ _ _
Mrs. Mary C. Parker, mother of our townsman,
William M. Parker, died at 11,,r residence in
Union township, on Thursday last, in her 631
We want no laggards this fill. Every man to
his post. The enemy are on a "still hunt," and
mean business every time they strike. Be on the
The Baptist festival panned out financially
well, considering the number of festivals we have
bad in this neighborhood during the past few
Samuel A. Steel, esq., chairman of the commit
tee on Public Property, advertises for proposals
for the lighting of the street lamps of this borough.
Catharine Etnier, a v(nerald.i lady of
Vineyard. ills, in is tt:Ainty, died 11 0 . Wednesday.
r.rri on Saturday 11,,r ttaut.iiis Wcl43 laterr,l at
The 11. k 11. T. It. Complry.lava ciher
niitway bac-, a iltreo. , ts •
car, the :eau frtir,tl,l at .heir
th,ps in t,axt.i.n.
Your sPeti,in.; of the D.ty I ui:b
Pittsbur:!. h excursionist , on their w;iy t, tLe ,ea
shore, went bumming thr,ugh this :ovin
The 1).111e; 1)1 clumptis, in,. h a ve „r ;
17:irtie141 elute, :1,14 11),0 11.);14 ht the
t ~, th.•
'With 110 Bute I,,ry
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T h Lri
munting. n.! ii i= rx peat: 1
to b o 3.1, , ie 1,% it hill a rhort illll
A ein-taia ikanocrati.., candidate is already try
ing to spear republican rules, hy his piatigOle aryl
insinuating tuaixtter. But the thing won't work
no how, and he :night as wctl stop short.
A very ban Isomc banner was put up at the
Selinsgrove Drum Corps festival. on Saturday e,
week, between the Garfield and Hancock clubs of
that place. The fmner club won by 518 majority.
We are in receipt of a very neat and hand
somely p:iuted paper called 77,e Rool,A ',per “Ild
Pea, issued monthly, at Altoona, by J. F. Davis,
Professor of the Commercial College in that city.
Thousands upon thousands of children dio n -
nualty Of those diseases incident to early child
hood: whereas, if Dr. Bull's Baby syrup were
used in time, their lives would, is all probability
A Huntingdon miss raised a racket at her hmne
the other day by d.elaring that she took a doze
of laudanum to end her life. That girl ought to
be made acquainted with the stinging qua!4:es of
a raw hide.
We want st.verel loads of good kindling wood
at this ("trice, on subscription. Those of our
patrons who prornisod t pay their subscriptions
in wood can cow do so if they have the kind of
wood we want.
Since the Chicago Express has been pia on the
road, with two or three exceptions, it has been
punctual on time at the debut, the which cannot
tie said of other trains. Thu reason of this is at
tributed to a clear track.
The Tyrone correspondent of the Altoona Tri
-I,,He says that it will be many a long thy before
Tyrone will get to be the county seat of a new
county if lluntingdon county is successful in get
ting a new Court louse.
.T. Frank Corbin,esq., who was a student of
Messrs. Brown l Bailey, some years ago, and who
was well known to many of our citizens, died at
his home, in Sis, Fulton county, on Wednesday of
last week, of consumption.
The necessity of sewers on Fourth and Fifth
streets, in this borough, is very apparent when
there is a heavy rain fall. The borough authori
ties could not make a better improvement than
the building of these sewers.
For several nights past, bees have taken posses
sion of neighbor York's coal oil lamps. The
sweetmeats attract them to the place during the
day, and when the shades of night draw near they
hive on them. They are not welcome visitors.
People who eat watermelons anti cantaloupes
should be careful as to where they leave the rinds.
We saw a man, the other evening, slip on a piece
of the latter vegetable lying on a sidewalk and
grapple at the air for support, but 'twas no go.
The Democratic meeting in the Fourth ward,
Saturday night, was more like a fun , ral than a
political gathering. The Demtuies' lungs are
growing weak already, and the election over two
months ahead. At this rate, "What will the har
A pole two hundred and twenty feet is soon to be
put up in the Fourth Ward by the friends of Gar
field and Arthur. And there will be no fizzling
out, like that of last Friday when the Democrats
of the same wain had te give up the raising of
their little switch as a bad job.
The Altoona Saii says that Hugh Cliffor.i, the
7eung fireman who met with a thrilling adventure
at the east end of Gallitzin tunnel in saving a
freight train which hail parted from the engine,
has been promoted to ho engineer of the locomo
tive upon which he was fireman--\o. Sl7.
Our clever friend, Mr. Levi Gu=s, formerly of
this place, hut now engaged at Ooean
Houtzilale, dropped in to see us one day last week
and received our autograph to a receipt for a half
year's subscription to "the handsomest and best
paper in the county." May his tribe increase.
Travelers coming over the Broad Top road are
partial to sun flowers. The other evening we saw
a lady alight from a train with a handful of
them, and she seemed to take as much care of
them as if they were the most datica.te fuchsias.
Perhaps she was taking them to her city home as
Three hundred and fifty soldiers of Alt3ont
Issued a call for Wednesday night to their fellow
comrades to meet at the Opera house for the pur
pose of organizing a Garfield and Arthur Veteran
Campaign Club, and as we go to press this Thurs
day morning, we learn that the affair was a com
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"Sodom" Lot, of our town, arrested at the New
ton camp, on Sunday a week ag o, for selling
whiskey, was discharged by the Mifflin county
court this week, the charge being insufficient to
convict hint. It is likely that hereafter ho will
he careful how he hands around the "Oh be j3y
fur on camp meeting grounds.
A rackt was had in front of the Baptist church,
Friday night, between some of the West Hunting
don "gut-gang" and Huntingdon "bloods," in
which the former, as usual, came out second best.
On Saturday morning our Chief of Police had a
running acquaintance with several of them, and
ever since they have been keeping shady.
The Monitor of last week reports that Harry
pumper, aged seven years, whilst
. climbing a
high embankment at Barree Forge, on Thurs
day of last week, slipped and fell a distance of
about twelve feet, badly bruising and cutting his
head. He was picked up insensible, and for a
time . was thought dead. Ha has recovered from
We learn from the Kansas City ,Lot,oini, of
Wednesday, that a commercial traveler named
A. G. Knode, who was in the employ of Bachman
A:. Bro., of that city, has gone crooked and skipped
the country, leaving his account short several
hundred dollars. lino& is said to be originally
from Petersburg, this county, where ho married
his wife, whom he has left behind him in his
On Monday ni2bt two 'young men nainNl Hil
debrand and Peters skipped their board bills at
Altoona, and t , ok Passage on the Philadelphia
Express for the cast. The telegraph wires were
used for their apprehension, and Peters was gob
bled up at this place, Hildebrand having left the
train before its arrival here. Peters was petered
bask to Altoona to confront his irate landlady on
On Sunday evening, the 15th inst.., at the New
ton camp, two scoundrels made an attempt to
uatch a. satchel from D. Lanier, jr., containin4
over sitsi/O, the result of the day', work at the res
taurant. The affair happened at the main gate,
and it is likely would have pi oven succeseful had
not Mr. Etnicr observed the scoundrels following
litia and summoned another gentleman to aid him
in getting the ut,Ley to a sate place.
We under,tand that then; are namiser of our
young men employed 2,6 store :nd railroad clerks,
gentlemen of ivisure, etc., and who are in no way
connected with the printing business, expect to
sake iu the picnic. at the printers' expense.
To such we would say, that it will be weil with
them to be able to bend over the price of the reg
ular fare, as she tickets presented by them will
not be recogniz,d by the conductor in charge of
Old Johnny Spielman died at the residence , if
W. P. Orbisma, esq., in this borough, at an early
hour on Wednesday morning. The deceased had
been a resident of this place fur many years,
during the greater part of which he was a servant
in the 0: bison family, where he found a home and
careful treatment, during the latter years of his
life, wit eh were marked by severe suffering from
a dropsical affection. The deceased had reached
a ripe old age.
Our young Priced, W. Howard Flory, of Lonx
mont. Col., wile graduated at the late commence
ment of the Brethren's - Normal College, in this
place, has chosen journalism as his profession,
and we find his name announced as one of the
editors of 111 , 3 Mirror, quite a readable
monthly paper published at Longmont. Col., by
his father. We wish our young friend success in
the profession of his elio:ee, and trust that his
fondest hopes may be realized.
Copious rains vi.•ited this vicinity liFt Thar?,-
day. The streets were covered with water, and
the air was cool and pleasant, but the sun of Fri
day and S.eturd tv elute out hotter than ever.—
The streets looked clean, and the green sward on
th, lawns in front of some of the residences pre
sented a beautiful dark green hue. Owing to this
storm visitors to the camp that evening were
scarce, and thus our young people had to forego
the pleasure of seeing it break up.
On Friday last John lierneame, employed at
the Car Works, sustained an ugly cut near the el
bow of his right arm by being too near a moving
circular saw. lie was standing close to the saw,
watching a fellow-workman putting the belt on
the driving wheel when the saw started, inflicting
the wound as above stated. The bones of the arm
escaped injury, but a number of leaders and arte
ries were cut. After surgical aid was administer
ed. John put his arm in a sling and is now taking
a few days of recreation.
At a meeting of the School Board, on Monday
evening, the directors determine to purchase new
desks—similar to those in use in the new build
ing—for the West Huntingdon building. They
are also prepared to lift, on the Ist pros., the
two first bonds, Nos. 1 and 2, issued for the pur
pose of raising funds for the erection of the new
school building. The persons who refused to take
ittue hutia: for roar lhat "the inter,t
he pa;..l primiptly," were ,:ig! - Itly in 111
aipility of the S. •Imot B.,ar i !,, f•;eet
lit` it iva , n ..•
is that a Ilincoek •••:,
and thirty-seven kvt Jong, w..idd IT IT
in the :Fourth Warl, \Veit iluntin..lion. on l'ridoy
• vening.• .A•vordif:‘ttly, hour helore th, ;info
set F., ,he chief cook for the raising, Ito Land
.start,l out to toot 1211 the fait hinl. a.:•1 we /.2 it
reached the place, aitout humire I ver-on:
were present, four-tirths of whom 14 ,re women.
girls, boys and Republican vot.‘rs, who had swelled
the crowd to ere the fun. Ail prepara twing
made, the. I).anntiespltt their slootliers to the ;:o
mot with the help of four nitunang , , proof...get( to
"whoop 'er up." bat it would nut "whoop up" at
all, fur the btvircit Etu,l; in the tnu.l 8s tit e l , as
liaut!ocli and En2lift will Le in the mini next No
netait,r. :ereral attempt: wore made to hoist it.
hit Failures, and tit, was
yivm ttp il e, - ezilm:, at
as iit Ilp. ” It
~,,,• I ,• • Il iarrcr !hu "I: 111, provi.,,
i7 ; -0,1•1,•11, w,•re lirv:ilt by li. M. Speer ftlpi
J. : 4 inti...on The alr.iir at! Oa Yog:1 was a
I,.;», and s4riritie,4 on,. :trot ch.,w.: that the rank
atol tim of * the -,:;:ort-h.tire,1" party .1 enter
into the work wilh lh.it vim a. 0.; form. Old is ex
peeted of them ny the 'T:s said to re:ate,
hut imverthelesA true, that th 3 ILineoek funerni
is.a;rea.l::-a.trehin4 toe grave dos for
10,10 l~' titr It unlit an ho
CENSUS OF HUNTINGDON COUNTY.—
J. Simpson Africa, esq., Census Supervisor of
this (7th) district of i'enusylvania, furnishes
the following table showing the population of
the several boroughs, townships and towns of
the county. and the increase or decrease there
in since 1870. The figures given have been
compiled and corrected from the numerators'
returns, and will be subject to slight changes
should any duplication of names lie found.
BOROUGII6 Is7o. 1880. 1 Dec.
Bread Top City 327
Petersburg ';sl ::.1.
Salt illo ...... ...,
ia ll 'him rg
CAP-ills - it
I ritol.l,ll ip
,1i nersville l4B
11.4hertsdalo 7( 0
llura l ll9
Orbisonia, (outside of
07d Rod:hill l9O
New Itockliill 214
6r , l
En II isv i Ile
p F,or M
WAR nIoRIMARK 12(0
Included in Carbon in 187 n.
" " Penn "
" Dublin "
Dudley borough erected since 1 ,,, 7.).
Erected front West since 1870.
Ti Marklesburg borough erected Ancel:-.70.
Logan taken off since 1870.
The increase in the population of the coun
ty since 1870 is 2,777 or 8.83 per cent. Of
this increase 1.143 or nearly seven-sixteent he
is found in the borough of Huntingdon. The
town of Orbisonia, including the borough and
Old and New Rockhill, has 1160 inhabitauis.
A HINT TO THE TEACHERS Or OUR
Pcinic Seim()Ls.—in view or the fact that our
public schools open next .Monday, we publish
the following, written by Dr. F. A. Tenny, for
the Michig,au Medical .Newl :
Although there has been much said and
done in regard to the sanitary condition of
our schools, there is one point that has not
been touched upon so far as I have seen or
heard. I refer to the rules adopted and en
forced in the matter of letting the children go
out during school hours. I believe there is
more injury done to the health of children by
their nut being allowed to respond to the
calls of nature, than by all the ill-seated, ill
ventilated, ill-lighted, or heated school build
ings in the land.
This belief is not based on mere assump
tion. I have conversed on the subject with
many mothers (and who knows better than
the mothers ?) and they reply to my question,
"Do your children complain of their teachers
not letting them go out?" invariably in the
affirmative. I have myself a boy whom I fear
has been injured for life just from being kept
until the bladder became so distended that it
has never returned to its normal condition.
Many times he has come home pale and sick,
and for days has been unable to micturate
without great distress. I stn now obliged to
insist on the teacher that he be allowed access
to the water closet at will. Every time the
teacher is changed the same thing has to be
repeated. This winter one of the basements
of a school building in this city was being
repaired, and there was not a day that chil
dren did not set in urine-saturated garments
because they were not allowed to use the
water closets. If a child insists on going out
it is kept after school hours ; therefore many
control the desire and suffer rather than sub
mit to the punishment.
If our children must get their education at
the expense of their health, I say let the
schools go to the dogs. I know bow annoy
ing it is to the teacher to be interrupted con
stantly with, "School mann, please may I go
out ?" but she must remember it is better
that many should go unnecessarily than that
one should suffer injury.
A TERRIBLE FATAL DISEASE COMING
EAST.—For two months or more a form of
disease has prevailed among children in Cin
cinnati resembling diphtheria in some of its
forms. It seems to differ front diphtheria
mainly in its virulence, many of the cases re
sulting fatally in two or three days after the
development of the first symptoms. While
the disease resemb:es diphtheria in many of
the types of that disease, yet it does not yield
to diphtheritic treatment. It shows entirely
new katures, with which the medical profes
sion are not familiar. The symptoms are an
extraordinary swelling of the glands, accent
/milled by high fever. The disease seems to
be coufiaed to children between two and ten
years of age. In families of three or ;Oar
children under ten years of age where the
disease broke out, an average of two were
attacked, where the rest remained exempt.
The disease has been prevalent in Cincinnati
and vicinity about six weeks, but is now hap
pily waning. It seems• to be epidemic for a
time. Some ckaths occurred from suffoca
tion alone. The disease seems to have come
from the west, and appears to be traveling
eastward. Nearly two months ago it attract
ed attention in Chicago, where it then battled
the skill of the pbyaicians.
SALE OF PROPERTY.—Ou Friday the
13th inst., Sheriff Irvin did not sell all the
property under his charge, but postponed the
following until Wednc.;day of last week, at
which time they were disposed or to the per
sons and at the prices named below :
530 acres in Shirley township, property of
William Rinker, to W. H. Allen for $260.
94 acres io Warriorsmark township, proper
ty ofJoim itheinhitrt, to Frank Iletfright for
House and lot in Union, property of B.
F. Douglass, to W. H. Woods for $3OO.
100 acres in Shirley township, interest of
Moses Everts, to Elliott Robley for $5.
50 acres in Shirley township, property of
11. T. Quarry. to Jacob Hammon for $3O.
1200 acres in Shirley township, to Jacob
Hammon for s'.oo; 53 acres in same township
to same for $100; anti 83 acres in West
township, to David Ilturick for $l4O, the
property of William Long.
LYDIA. E. PINKIIAM'S VEGETABLE
COMPOUND is a remarkable remedy for all
those painful complaints and weaknesses so
common to our best female population. Scud
to Mrs. Lydia E. Pinkham, 233 Western
Avenue, Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets.
Dozens of bright, new OIL CLOTH PAT
TERNS, for under Stoves, at TIIE CARPET
MEETIN AT BARREE FORGE
A Lir3 , :l Crowd and Much Enthusiasm.
Diti . ,o: - ; the afternoon a large pole, a
hut,,li . e , l and forty odd feet in length, was
ay - the enthusiastic ltepublieatis of that
locality, le. On account Of carelessness On
the pArt. of those Itiving rhar'e of the guy
role -~ju=t a. 4 tio.y hail it in a perpemlicular
po:zition if toop;o1 over awl WaA broken into
two or Those having the matter
up at that place, :tud xvitli this object la view
have appointed committee to secure a pole
over one hundred and liCty feet in length, aued
ryar , :d. At the same Inne alit] place an after
noon meeting 0 i;I he held. The Republicans
of that regitot are wide-awake and alive to
the igsties of the c3mpaign, and you can bet
your bottom dollar that they will give a good
report of 11w :tot ott the 2ml of November.
State lair at Philadelphia.
Vond iy, the Twenty-seventh
kr,on., I .I.m.ti.i.w.iou of the Pennsylvania State Ag
ricultural rsoci,ty ....ill open at the Main Building,
(;rouud4, .Fairotount Park, Philadel
phia, an,: eourinue 4 days, eloing on Sat
urday, :l.ii:teuiLer Tlici last week of which
',cried, viz., front Sciitesilwr 20 to 2ath, will be
devot,-.1.t0 the Intern:ilk:nal Low fir sheep, Wool
and Wool Products, for 1., hioh purpose the liberal
sum of SS.loll in cash has been appropriated.—
During this wetk, however, all other exhibits,
with the exception of Horses, Cattle, Swine, and
Poultry, will remain on display.
From present indications this exhibition of the
Socieiy will be the largest, grandest, and most
varied that has ever been held by any State So
ciety, and will be second in numbers and merit
only to the ever-memorable International Exhi
bition, held at thu same place during the Centen
nial Year. The premium list, which can be ob
tained from the officers of the Sociuty, at their
office, North-west corner Tenth and Chestnut
Streets, Philadelphia, is the most complete and
thorough that has ever been presented by any
similar organization, and offers for competition in
the Live Stock Cla• s alone the handsome sum of
S2-1,:115. In the Dairy, Fruit, Vegetable and
Floral Departments, the further sum of $4OOO is
added. besides a large number of elegant and
valuable gold, silver and bronze medals, whose in
trinsic value will aggregate the entire sum of
more than $40,000 in actual cash.
The display wail include a large number of Im
ported, Thoroughbred, Fine Bred, and Draught
Horses; herds of Short Horn, Devon, Holstein,
Jersey and Guernsey Cattle; the choicest breeds
of Sheep, Swine, &c., together with a Mechanical, -
Vegetable and Manufacturing Collection seldom,
if ever, brought together iu any community. Ex
cellent and eommolious stabling has been pro
pared within the building for Horses and Horned
Cattle, and a:suitable space assigned on the ground
adjacent for the accommodation of Swine. The
Machinery, Dairy, Fruit, Floral, and Domestic
Departments are all provided under cover, and
will undoubtedly prove attractive and instructive
features of the Fair. A space has also been as
signed for the exercise and display of all the en
tries in the Live Stock Classes, but no racing will
be permitted. Green food will be supplied all the
Mileh Cows on exhibition, and hay and straw
furnished all entries gratis.
17, i7J .
1e , 5
Excursion tickets will be furnished by all the
railroads centering at l'hiladelphia, and all ar
tic!es intended for exhibition carried on liberal
terms. an. 13-4 t.
COURT PROC EEDINOS.—The following,
are the criminal cases disposed or at the
August Quarter Session of Court last week.
The list is short, for which the tax-payers of
the county should lw thankful:
Cons. 1•s. John Thompson, indicted for
asF.ault and battery. Prosecutor not appear
ing, deft. was discharged.
Perry Bailey, a young man indicted for
casting a stone at a ear in this place, was
found not guilty, and the posecutor, Alex.
Mauk, pay the costs.
Wesley Bailey, charged with assault and
battery, was found not guilty, but pay hall'
the costs, and Archibald McDonald, prosecu
tor, the other half.
34023 4954 2181
Joseph Hoffman and Daniel Hoffman were
indicted for burning piles of wood located
near Greenwood Furnace, and fouud guilty.
George Schmittle and Anderson Shoop had
cross snits in ass tult and battery. The grand
jury settled it by making each pay costs.
John Carr indicted for larceny cf a watch
from Otho Johnson, in this place, was found
John Roger., char...:ed with larceny, plead
James Snowden was convicted of larceny
and receiving stolen goods.
Thomas Barr, assault and battery, was
found not guilty.
B. F. Isenbertr, was charged with assault
and battery. pros. on payment of costs
AN INFURIATED STEER THROWS A
MAN OVER A PRECIPICE.—Dr. W. T. Shaffer, of
Mt. Union, was severely injured, between that
place and Shirleysburg, on Monday last, by
being thrown over a thirty-foot precipice by
an infuriated steer. The particulars of the
accident, as we gather them, are about these :
On the day in question the Doctor was driving
from his home to Shirleysburg, and when
about midway between the two places he met
a neighboring butcher trying to drive a stub
born steer to Mt. Union. The Doctor left his
buggy and hitched his horse for the purpose
of assisting his neighbor. By this time the
bovine had become very cross and ltubborn,
refusing to be coaxed or driven in the desired
direction. Just at this point there is a preci
pice some thirty feet high, close to the road,
and as the Doctor was trying to urge the:steer
along the infuriated animal made a rush to
wards him, and before he could make his es
cape it caught hint on its horns and tossed
him over the precipice, and not being able to
recover itself it fell over the edge and alighted
on the prostrate form of the Doctor, terribly
crushing one of his arms and inflicting other
slight injuries. The only wonder is how he
escaped with his life.
BIRMINGHAM BUBBLES.—A correspon
dent at Birmingham, under date of 20th inst.,
sends us the following :
The old zinc works at Birmingham are be
ing torn down.
A. G. Morris is putting. new machinery in
his mill for pulverizing limestone for tertili•
Two and three-fourth inches of rain fell
here between 3 e. xf., yesterday (19th) and 5
A. to-day (20th) as shown by Col. Owens'
A new siding is surveyed at Birmingham to
a Limestone quarry for Mr. Holmes, of Belle
fonte. He is taking the stone out fur the
Johnstown Iron Wurki.
About thirty boarders are spending the
season at the Alountain Seminary. Prof.
Grier proposes to wake it a pace of resort
during the summer vacation in the future.
Op INTEREST TO FARMERS.—The
Lewistown Gar,Ve has ol its table a sample
of "Washington Glass wheat," which it feels
warranted in commending to the favor of its
agricultural friends and readers. The qauiple
came trout .Mr. I'. S.'Kearns, of Decatur town
ship, and is fall, large, and well developed
grain. Three years ago Mr. Kearns obtained
half a bushel. This year he sowed about
seven acres from the product, and the yield
has been over 33 bushels per acre, or 250
bushels in all. It is free, he tells the Gazette,
from all deleterious associations, and better
flour has never been in his house than made
iron) it in an old-fashioned mill. Having
satisfied himself that his wheat is a superior
article, after three years of trial, he is willing
to share with his brother agriculturists, who
desire to change their seed, and will dispose
oral( he can spare, while it lasts, to such of
them as apply for that purpose.
IN V ENTORS employing' attoruies familiar
with practice in the Patent Office, rarely fail
of securing patents. Experience 'insures
success in prosecuting contested entries and
Mineral Land claims before the General Land
Office. Long practice gives success in secur
Presbrey & Green, Attorneys, 509 Seventh
street, Washington, D. C., have had long ex
perience in all branches of practice before the
Parties having business . actld address
them . (enelosing stamp) fur information.
Dr. B. J. Kendall, Enosburgh Falls,
vt., is the inventor of the "Kendall's Spavin
Cure" now used with the greatest success
throughout the United States for man and
beast. Underhill 44,: Kittredge, Concord, N. H.,
have cured and removed a bad spavin with
Kendall's Spavin Cure, and this is only the
experience of thousands we might mention i
we had space here, and it is also being used
now with wonderful success on human flesh
as well as for beast. Read the advertisement
for Kendall's Spavin Cure.
TIIE VOLTAIC BELT CO., Marshall,
.Ilichigan, will send their celebrated Electro-
Voltaic Belts to the afflicted upon 30 days
trial. Speedy cures guaranteed. They mean
what they say. Write to them without delay.
llarree 011 SatUrnay
'll wai atidrei , il by ifou. IL G.
It. Orlady, and K. A. Lovell,
that a pole :!ball go
the _stl► day et
whicil it will he
WICKED FOR CLERGY3IEN.—"I believe
it to be all wrong and even wicked for clergy
men or other public men to be led into giving
testimonials to quack doctors or vile stuffs
called medicines, but when a really meritori
ous article made of valuable remedies known
to ,ill, that all physicians us: and trust in
daily, we should freely commend it. I there
fore cheerfully and heartily commend flop
Bitters for the good they have done me and
my friends, firmly believing that they have no
equal for Emily use. 1 will not be without
them." Rev.--, Washington, D. 17.
PENNSYLVANIA STATE CuLLE(I ad
mits bulls Eadowuwut half a million.
Tuition feet-. Course; of study, Classical.
Scientific and Agricultural. A thorough
Preparttory Department. Expenses $3 to $
per v..ver:. Fur eat:dome, address
30: , E1 . 11 SiluitTl lot:E. A. 31..
aug. 13-101. Pres. State College, P.t.
Metallic Binding for Oil Cloths, n. new and
LOCAL NOTICE !
Dr. W. F. Fundenberg, Oculist and Anrist,
will be at the "Leister House," in Hunting
don, every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday,
and at the "Washington Bouse," in Bedford,
the rest of the week, for the treatment of all
diseases of the Eye, Ear, nose and Throat !
All consultations free ! Office hours 9A. M.
to 3 P. at. June 4-tf.
Ur E DR. VAN I)VKE'S SULl'llEll SOAP;
FOR. all affections of the SKIN and SCALP
also, for the Bath, Toilet and Nursery. Sold
by Druggists. may 2-10 in.
Dr. Casper 'recommends 'Kendall's Spada
Cure' in the highest terms and thousands of
eminent physicians do the same.
FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND STRONG
In the past two months there has been more
than 500,009 bottles of SHILOH'S CURE SOLD.
Out of the vast number of people who have used
it, more than 2,000 cases of Consumption have
been cured. All Coughs, Croup, Asthma, and
Bronchitis, yield at once, hence it is that every
body speaks in its praise. To those who have
not used it, let us say, if you have a Cough, or
your child the Croup, and you value life don't fail
to try it. For Lame Baca, Side or Chest, use
Shiloh's Porous Plaster.
A STRANGE PEOPLE
Do you know that there are strange people in
our community, we say strange because they seem
to prefer to suffer and pass their days miserably,
made so by Dy:pepsia and LiverCouiplaint, In
digestion, Constipation, and General Debility,
when SIIILOW6 VITALIZER is guaranteed to
We have a speedy and positive cure for Catarrh,
Diphtheria; Canker mouth and Head Ache, in
SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY. A nasal In
jector free with each bottle. Use it if you desire
health, and sweet breath. Price 50 cents. Sold
by all Druggists. Sept.26,eowly•
To all who are suffering from the errors and
indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness, early
decay, loss of manhood, &c., I will send a recipe
that will cure you, FREE 01? CHARGE. This
great remedy was discovered by a missionary in
South America. Send a self-addressed envelope
to the REV. JOSEPH T. IsmAN, ,Station D, New
lurk City. Lapr.lo-Iyr.
Corrtcted Weekly by nom , Cu
111.1,.TINGDON, IA.. August 26, MO
Supertlu.• k lour 7 ,4 111.1.1961 b l.l 75
Extra Flour IA bbl. ritab 4 50
Fetuily Flour It bbl. 1001 b 6 25
Park per cord
Brooms per dozeu
Beeswax per pound 25
Beans per bushel 2 uu
Cloverseed 6 cts per pound ..
Corn p bushel on ear 5O
Corn shelled 5O
Corn Meal 7 .0 cwt,
Eggs 7 0 dozen
Hot. tA lb
P:oter a ton ground
P:ailadolphia Produce Market
PaILADELPHIA. August 26,
unchanged. Super, $2.50P3.0ft; Extra, $3.5.9
400; Ohio and Indiana Family, $5.00k5.74 Penn'a. do.,
$!.75(45.25; St. 1.401.1iR dO., $3.5046.110; Minnesota do.,
$5.255i1i.00; Patent and High Grades, ;, , G. - i0(48.00.
Rye Flour, 24 Pi.
Wheat firm at decline; Sc,. 2 western - red, $1.4./7 ; Penn'a.
red, $1.07V, ; amber. $1.073.
Corn strong; steamer, ; yellow, 51 , A5.5c; mixed,
Oats dull and eisier; No. 1 white, 41®42c; Nu. 2 do.,
40c ; No. 3 du., :.:Se; Nu. 2 mixed ;.Pedic.
Rye, 8,2 e.
Philadelphia Cattle Market
PHILADELPHIA. August 26.
Cattle in fair demand; rr,ipts, 3,400 head; Prime ii!,;
; ; Common,
; Mixed, 3(0.3;1.ic.
Sheep market inactive; receipts, 13,000 head ; Prime
; (tend, ; Medium, 43/,',® 1 1 4 c ; Common,
Hog market active; receipts, 4,000 head selling at 7!.: 2 '
WOODS—SWOOPE.—At the residence of the bride's
lather, August 19th, by the Rev. Wm. Prideaux, Mr.
Thomas Woods to Miss L. E. Swoope, both of Maple
ton, Huntingdon county, Pa.
JONES-1117DSON.—At Shade Gap. August ISth, by Rev.
W. C. Kuhn, Z. T. Joner, M. D., to Mary E. Hudson ,
all of Shadelap, Huntingdon county, Pa.
THUMPSON.—In Jackson township, on the 22ad inst.
Mrs. Nancy Thompson, aged 81 years and 4 months
DONELSON.—Near Coa!moot, en the 16th inst., Mrs.
Santh Donelsm, wife of Andrew Donelson, aged 84
years 1 month and 20 days.
PARKER.—At her residence in Union township, on the
19th inst., Mrs. Mary C., wife of Hobert Parker, in the
63d year of her age.
"1,500 will be aid
for a case that p lop
Bitters will not cure
•For sinking spells,
fits, dizziness, palpita.
tins and low spirits,
relyvn Hop Illttera."
"Hop Ttitters bufids
up. strengthens and
from the first dose."
"Read of. procure
and use }lop Bitters.
and you will be strong
healthy and 'nippy.%
"Ladle do you
Want to te strom¢.
healthy and beau; if ul?
Then use flop Litters.
"Kidney and Uri
nary complaints of all
cured by flop Bitters.'
Hop Corort Crisis
the sweetest, safest
and best. Ask children.
The HOP PAD for
Stomach, Liver an,:
Kidneys is superior
to all others. Ask
'The greatest ap
bl , iod and liver rega
yers. Edit ora, Bank
ers and bid it'S need
Bop Bitters daily."
D.I. C. Is an absolute
and irresistable cure
for drunkenness, use
of opium, tobacco and
'Pop Bitters has re
stored to sobriety and
health, perfect wrecks
All above sold by
drugriata. Mop Bitters
"Sour stomach, sick
headache and d!zzl
ness.llep Bitters curee
with a f ew doses."
Twenty-Seventh Annual Exhibition
-OF TH E
PBIIIIR, AEriCliltfiral SOCIOW
-WILL BE HELD IN
Main Centennial Building,
Fairmout Pang ; PHILADELPHIA,
SEPTEMBER Gth to 18th.
Entries and Competition Free.
Sheep, Wool & Wool Products,
SEPTEMBER 20th to 25th, 1880.
Entry Books will close at the Officr, North-west corner
of Tenth and Chestnut Streets, August 31st, 1880.
$40.000 in PREMIUMS
Cash Prizes for Live 5t0ck,.524,315.
Ezeursi-n Tlckets at Greatly Reduced Rates.
Liberal Arrangement for Transportation.
D. W. SEILER, ELL M'CONKEY, WM. 8. BISSELL,
Recording Sec'y, Opresponding Steg. President.
VAN DYKE'S SULPHUR SOAP,
The Marvel of the ./tge.
For the cure of skin diseases of all descriptions
it is without a rival. having long been in the
market and thoroughly tested by the medical pro
fession and the public, it is needless to enter into
details upon its virtues. Price 25 cents a cake, or
3 cakes for 60 cents. For sale by druggists and
country storekeepers. ASCHENBACH it MIL
LER, Proprietors, 3d and Callowhill streets, Phil
FOREIGN COUNTS VERSUS HOME
BY Tun BARD 01 TOWER HALL
In a far-off Eastern city,
A pretty maid did live,
Who was determined never
ller heart and hand to give
To a living human creature,
l Bless almost divine;
She had a poor opinion of
The gender masculine.
Fir,t a young mechanic a4ted
it she would be his bride,
''\'o! I'll wed no poor mechanic,"
She haughtily replied.
"I was born for something better,
I'd have you understand;
You are bold in your presumption
To ask of me my hand'"
Then a beardhiss dandy wooed her:
lie had an oily tongue,
But as no mustache had started,
Because he was so young.
She gave him such a gentle hint.
As led hint to infer
That he must raise some whiskers ere,
lie raised his eyes to her.
Overwhelmed with disappointment,
And almost in despair,
That his chance to win the maiden
Hung on a single hair,
lie went off and took a julip:
In that he drowned his woe;
Ile did not blow his brains out, for
lie had no brains he blow.
Then there came another suitor
To win the maiden fair;
Ile was not a tear-faced wooer,
But muzzled like a bear;
Ile had a fine imperial,
Moustache, and whiskers, curled,
And a lordly air about him,
As if he owncd'the world.
'Twas said he was a foreign coun`,
Incognito while here,
And had at home a shady park,
With room for one more dear.
lie thought the maiden of our song
Would find herself in luck
For, wedding him, the happy dear
Would get a fine young buck.
They met, and when the fair one gazed
Upon his whiskers fine,
She felt that she had found at last
The paragon divine.
They courted through the summer months,
And married in the fall;
She gave her heart and hand, and ho
Gave beard, moustache, and all.
One night they passed in pleasant dreams,
A happy wedded pair;
But ah, alas ! the next morn's light
Brought sorrow and despair.
The count arose and washed his face,
Bat fear o'erwhclmed his soul ;
The glue had started, and he left
Ills whiskers in the bowl.
The wife looked up, she saw his face
Smooth as a new-mown lawn;
Save here and there a single hair,
Ills whiskers all were gone.
She swooned and fell upon the floor,
Her reason overthrown;
The count secured her jewelry,
And left for parts unknown.
Then, ladies, dear, don't let your hearts
Be wrecked by foolish pride,
In spurning any honest hand
By labor dignified.
Mechanics are our noblemen—
They clothe at TOWER HALL—
Wed them and shun the foreign counts,
Of no account at all.
a:1.,r.2 1 ) 21
Call and see our large assortment of Sp. ing
cloods. A splendid display of Men's, Boys' and
GARITEE, MASTEN & ALLEN,
Nos. 518 and 520 Market Street,
MR. C. H. GLAZ [ER, of Huntingdon Pa., has
a complete line of samples, representing our stock
of piece goods, and is authorized to take orders
Is a . sure cure for all ordinary diseases of Horses,
Cattle, Sheep and Swine. It cures and prevents
CHICKEN CHOLERA. Your cow is certain to yield
25 PER CENT. MORE AND BETTER MILK AND BUTTER.
STOCK FATI'EN ON ONE-FOURTH LESS
Being in possession of a large number of excel
lent testimonials, I subjoin a few:
I have been using your Cattle Powder for horses,
cows, chickens and pigs, and find it a FIRST-CLASS
thing.—GEonox BOND, Germantown, Pa.
Please send me half a gross of Cattle Powder. I
have used two packs on my cow and chickens.—
THE COW GAVE NEARLY TWICE THE QUANTITY OF
MILK that she did before, and gave TWICE THE
AMOUNT OF BUTTER. My chickens were dying, but
were CURED IMMEDIATELY after I had used the
powder. Yours truly, JONAS PASOUR, Dallas, N. C.
I have used and compared your Cattle Powder
with all others, and must say it is the best for
horses, cattle, sheep, hogs, etc. I have tried it on
poultry for many complaints, with SUCCESS IN EV
ERY CASE.—ONATHAN JWEAVER, Berrysburg, Pa.
Last summer you sent me a package of your
powder which I gave to my poultry, and have not
had one droopy turkey or chicken since.—Mrs.
WM. KNA PP, Orange, N. Y.
Send me a pack or two of your Cattle Powder.
The pack I gut from you last winter CURED THE
CHICKEN CHOLERA. I gave some of it to a neigh
bor and it cured his chickens.—Jutur WILLIAMS,
Spruce Vale, Ohio.
Address me for a pamphlet full of useful infor
mation for the farmer, horseman or dairyman.
F. A. MILLER,
July 2 -Iy. 331 Arch Street, Philadelphia.
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is selling our two splendidly illustrated books, Lives of
HANCOCK & GARFIELD
the first written by his life-long friend, Hon. J. W. FOR
NEY, an author of national fame, and an ardent admirer
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CHOICE GOODS cheap, by writing on a Postal for
our Price-List, which enables you to ORDER BY MAIL the
best way, and see the many kinds of Merchandise we
keep for sale at surprisingly low prices. We send sam
ples of Homburgs, Laces, Ribbons, Fringes, (to , if reques
ted. We sell Wholesale and Retail for Cash down. A
NEW combination system enables us to quote very close
prices. We have sl,s2 and $5 packages of Notions which
cannot be bought for twice the money elsewhere, all wan
tei in every family. Money returned if not satisfactory.
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For your on or daughter, please address, for circulars,
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$777A YEAR and expenses to Agents. Out
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[Estate of PETER SWOOPE, deeewad
Letters testamentary on the estate of Peter
Swoope, late of the borough of Iluntingdon, de•
ceased, having been granted to the undersigned,
all persons knowing themselves indebted to said
estate are requested to make immediate payment,
and those having claims to present them duly au
thenticated for settlement.
Q. W. K. SWOOPE,
rg! PATCH m
laFor mending Tin. Brass. Copper, Lead or Iron,
without acid or soldering iron. Any lady °r r
o..child can mend with it, Will send one sample
plate by mail (with directions) that will cut
192 one-fourth inch patches. on receipt of 259; $
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oast, AGP:NTS WASTKI). Can carry one day's
0 stock in your pocket. Sales yield $3 to $ll per
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la Mention this paper.
FOR THE NEXT f
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INEW Toni: CLOTHING HALL,
The Leading and Popular Clothier.
C 0 HEN, Agt.
WALL PAPER, ETC_
J. A. BROWN'S STC
has been so great that he has not the time
pare an advertisement for this week's pap
has only time to say that ho has the
Largest Stock of G, o 6
LOWEST PRICES ; IN TIIIS NECK 0' WOOD
1 At r
W. W. tE J. C. HAZLET
have purchased S. Wolf's Clothing store, No 414 Penn st., consisting of
GENTS.) FURNISHING GOODS)
Hats and CaPs, Trunks, Valises, &c.
Fall and Winter Clothing AT COST !
We intend to SELL AS CHEAP AS ANY OTHER CLOTHING
HOUSE IN HUNTINGDON, believing that we can suit you both in
goods and prices, and, therefore, we would solicit a share of the pub
Everybody is invited to call and examine goods and learn prices.
THE BEST GOODS at the LOWEST PRICE!
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311 L. ICA
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ONE DOOR ABV. THE POSTOFFIGE, AND 313 PENN St, HUNTINGDON,
-NEW GOODS !-
Respectfully informs the public that he has just opened a large stock of
in the room lately occupied by Geo. W. Johnston & Co., corner of 9th
and Washington streets, in West Huntingdon, consisting in part of
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Those who are in doubt as to whether entitled to any
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231 1 1\T IU.
BEST Business now before the public. Yon
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and upwards made at home by the industrious. Men,
women, lays and girls wanted everywhere to work for
us. Now is the time. You can devote your whole time
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work can fail to snake enormous pay by engaging at once.
Costly outfit and terms free. A great opportunity for
making money easily and honorably. Address Tape I
Co., Augusts, Maine. 25june-lyr.
1 7 0 lt
--- i For this Style Sillier.
irt i s We will send it to your De
.. . , pot to be examined before you
pay for it. If it is not as rep-
1 111 1 I resented it can be returned at
2-..., our expense. Send a postal card
. for illustrated Circular. C. A.
WOW" A CO., 17 N. Tenth St., Philada., Pa.
BLAIRSVILLE (Pt) LADIES' SEMINARY.
Beautiful Grounds, Commodious Buildings, New
and Superior Pianos for praotice, and TROROUGR
INSTRUCTION. Ten Instructors. Terms moderate.
Thirtieth year begins SEPTEMBER S, IMO. For
Catalogues, apply to Rev. T. R. EWING, Princi
pal. [ju ly3o-2m.
CIDER MILLS ! CIDER MILLS ! !
The best Mill made is Hiokok's Celebrated
Cider Mill. Agent for Huntingdon county,
July 30-Im9 T. A. APPLEBY, Mt. Union, T 4
Miii 311 an
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