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Wednesday Jai. .26, 1866.
Sew Terms forldvertising and Job
The publishers-of newspapers, in this
'county; owing tcr thelniheaisint prices
, psperilval -- all , articlek , connected
with the busmeet, hive'adapted the
Thatih'd rates of Advertising be,
from this date, for one square, of 12
lines or less, ,Mie cents; three
times $1,50.:, and, s.o.eents foreach sub.
Administratoirs and Executor's No
tices $2,50; and Auditor's Notices $2,00.
The cash to.accompany all these notices.
2: Thatl4.-Worls, from this date be,
'forany nun:le-ea Bills less than two ,
iy, one-eighthskeet, $1,25; one-fourth
sheet, $2,54; ene.half sheet, $4.,00 ; and
:additional , - . :k4 . 44* WE-price. -Blanks
42,00 er iquir6. •
-2. All Advertising 'inif Job 'Work
mix* d'ue 'to% itilt4llll3g unpaid on the
Ist day of: February, 1865, will be
4eharged :the „aboie rates. All adverti
sing and job work payable on contract.
N.A.-631T; & WHITTA.KER, ,
• -Eds. Jour. and Amer:
i IRVIN STEEL,
Bd. and Pub. Monitor,
• 'W f. LEW IS,
Ed. and Pub Globe.
Least Sorst;eitaltigr.•!.. , 3 , ,
The ordei'•Of ihe. day—Soar kraut
and buckwheat; cakes. •
Disappeaidd::---One of the main pit—
/ars of the late "Denfoe'ratie" organita—
tion of this'plaee:
Will soon foPow—"anothcr of like
import"--oply -a little more so.
—A Methodist revival is in progress
at Marklesimr&t y ls.cOunty.
—The coOrtfor this COUnty closed
its proceed . ipgs last Week.. The atten
dance was Comparitively large.
—There ars now only a few cases of
small pox in'iOhnstown. Most of the
old cases aro.becouskug•convalescent:
—There Will fie 'preaching in the
German Reformed CliUreh of this
place, on SAfiday morning next. -
—Mr. Peter,Snyder has our thanks
fora Couple-of gallons of cider. Mr. S
has our word that it-was prime.
A InitiasVina', Prikritr--the : pair of
prairie 'f,>;;rePrcsoated usby ' Mrs. Dr.
She'*ill' accept our thanks.
Sold out—Mr. Birnbaum, to ,a lady
from'Altooha. ...Phetographing will be
continued old stead until the
let of April
Excellent.-I or some time past the
sleighing and slcdding.iathis locality
has been excellent. Good use is made
—daptaia.T...l3ealon Read has been I
made Inspinfifr s oral of the 201st
Regi , . . good position to be
filled by a good officer.
=The 't&Wn '6l COalmont, formerly
in Carbod!kOvi i nship,' this county, has
beekiicorlhOr464l4o - a borough. It
is ofEcered - ngchisively by Union men.
Removed.,-,--34y,i,,5,.. letter , received
from one of the boys of the deta.ch- -
meat of the 19th Penna. Cavalry, it
has been discovered they #re. at Cin
cinnati, en route for their Regiment.
—llon. A. A. Barker; member of
Congress elect-from this. district, has
been re-cletted President.of the Rbens-.
burg and . 6riiceon :Railroad Company.
—Through an oversight we omitted
last week . kiiing credit to the Altoona
Tribuine for.the article in our local col
umn headed "A. Qfteek - Case."
—Railroad 'accidents this year are
almost as numerous and - destructive
as they were at the beginning of last
year:,' Several 8111 ash ups have occurred
in this neighborhood.
—The Auditors were bUsily employ
ed for two-weelie past in- auditing the
accounts o`ttGis County for the past
year. Weivill,piiblish the statement
next. Month. --
—lnines . A. Brown is making prop
aratiens to erect in the coming summer
a large brick dwelling and store room
on the lot wegt dad adjoining the resi
donee of pr
_Dorsey. - '
The following compliment is paid
to ,Tames Steivart;.the newly elected.
teacher of tlic-pyincipal; public school
of this place, 'bY-Cue ITOuidaysburg
Standard: "Mr: S is ono of the - very
best teachere, in the State, and. our
neighbors are to be congratulated on
;Alia needbd in this bor.
pugb.-A .irOlatiag library. Will
some of oXiEcitiziM:s' iicinsider the flab
ject, and dVtlfia : ixtsolf;gOod'"tor those
who dwell fh - thelirr Tuddet and. Whole
means for:_p_cocuring literary knowl
—The quota of this place is gradu
ally beiniplessened by the number of
substitutes accepted at the hands of
;hose Waite : to duty,. and also from
I_.Jaose who are exempt from stated
"'causes. A few—a precious few, hovi
ever, of tlid latter elan have mai - life!.
ted such 's. self sacrificing.interest in
the welfare L of their fellows.: John
Scott, Esq„....an exempt, has p4t in a
man for r three years:
And 'moat Oxtenolya vt!riO,y, of Pock
et Books & Wallets, Purses_ id Torte
IlLonnaiefte;c 4 er offered • in the ponntry,
for sale at Lewis' Rook afore.
Py ste * * *
Fresh Oyet,opshy , the can can be had
at allitiino,7AtAbe rei!idence of Sarni.
IL Shoemakii-, Witte rear of the Cbort
A good supply :pow on band and
for sale at Lowis'Book Store. tf.
On the 23d of Deoenibeijnst, in this
place, a sett of furs. The!..finder will
be rewarded by leaiing . the same at
Ate' Any person. wanting, broakfot
abawle or gloves knit r onn bo`aocommo
dated by inquiring at ~ tl:re Globe 9ffico.
• tf!Ak.. "Slavery viowedfroin the Biblo
Stand PointP Adair, for
sale at .Tiewhi' Bock 'gtore; price 10
A pair of black and white' rabbits
for sale at this office. The purchaser
can have thorn by paying the small sum
An umbrella was. atOon from the
livery stable of
'in this place, on Sunday morning last.
The person who eorathitted• the theft
will bo greatly relieVed by bringing
or,sending the same to this office. A.
wise set done in time saves trouble.
A new stock of. musical instruments
have just been received at Lewis' Book
Store..: Violins, drom.l 3 to. 8 50,
Guitars from 8 12-to .8 35; Banjos $ 8
and 8 9 50; A.ccordeons $ 6 to $l5 ;
Fifes, Bows, Strings, Rosin,, Tail
Boards,' Bridges, Mouth Organs, and
Jews Harps. • tf.
At tbo Depot in this place, on Sat
urday last., a pocket book containing
about sixty dollars in notes, several
Valuable papers 'and 'railroad tickets.
The finder will please leave the book
and contents at this office. The own
er is a wounded soldier. •
ler Postmasters are ,of:),liged to re.
ceive all Treasury notes for . stamps and
postages, if clearly genuine, no matter
liOw torn or defaced they maybe, pro
vided one•twentieth part thereof be
not missing—and fractional currency,
if not ,tine:tenth part be missing. Such
notes and Currency- received
. are •
unfit for reissue should be kept sep
arately and distinct, and returned, as
occasion requires, to the Treasurer of
the United States, Washington, in
sums of not less than three dollars, to
be exchanged. - •
THREE•CENT NOTES.—The now three
eon t fractiOnal currency just issued is
very handsome. In the centre there
is a fine medallion of Washington, and,
in each of the upper corners, a shield
with the figure "3" upon it, and .the
words"T4 Pluribus Unure undorLeath.
On the reverse side "III" appears on
each of the corners, and in the centre
there is a largo "3" upon a green field,
The note has the usual inscription of
the fractional-'currency. on-Illoth;sidus
The engraving is beautifully executed,
and it will be almost an impossibility
to counterfeit the notes. •••
TUE Cositso is stated
that it has been determined not to
publish the names of the lucky indi
viduals who draw prizes in the com
ing draft, and that the first intimation
they will rce r eive of their good fortune
will be a visit &Om the Provost Guard.
This course; it is argued, will prevent
"skedadling," and have the effect of
filling the ranks of the army much
doner.- We do not know whether
any such order has- emanated from
ProVeist Marshal General Fry, and on
ly give the rumor for what it is worth.
Should•it turn out te . be' true; :these'
Who contemplated Migrating - to Can:
ads in the event of being drafted will
be at a loss what course to pursue; and
whilst halting bet Ween two
may find themselvei in the of
Uncle Sam for a specified number of
months. • .
Mr. Detvrifer , 4 ELemarlcs:
Ott Thursday evening last, after Mr.
Detwiler, who was to deliver
. a lecture
in the Court House, upon the subject
of Temperance, had waited Patiently
for a full house, which, alas,. was. not
-to be seen, he addresSed the auditory
of some twenty, three-fourths of whom
were boys, upon the subject of "a dying
calf," and referred to the comparison
between . that and the case of his lec
ture, stating that as the "gol darned
calf had gin ont," - , SO had hia leettiro.
Ho closed his brief and pithy remarks
with the following comforting and com
plimentary notice to the appreciative
citizens . of Huntingdon. "Tell them"
said ho, "that when I call to addiess
them again, I will bring two. monkeys
and a piece of burnt cork, acd then I'll
be sure to - get it. full turnaut." . A
jocund individual proSeut `hereupon
'remarked "You'll be one of the • mon•
keys," "Yes," replied the lecturer,"and
I'll have you for the other.'!" Thus
passed another favdrable:OpPortunity
for the redemption of a certain class
of our people from : the,evil practice of
intemperance. 'We aro Safe-that kr.
Detwiler would have 80c - ceded admi
rably ; but we - eappbie that, tiipe - OPie
either did not wish to hear'the lecture
or that they were otherwise, ppgagoci
Mr. Fxll'nkfin Shade; one of tho
dents •of the Juniata , Seminary, : of.
Shirlsyshurg, Wad hattly injtire'd, on
Thuriday, the 121.11, by' falling frcim
a swing. He fell a distance of about
twenty feet, upon icy ground. Two
teeth were knocked out, and his undei:
jaw badly, fractured. Ho .is recover
HUNTINGDON: Jan. 23d, 1865
MESSRS. EDITQRS.—T am ttlmost:sorry
to be ob:iged, to take, up the precious
room:in your columns again; but. in
youi last issue an excitable represen.
tativo of the . faire ones . of our town,
comes forth in all the majesty of fem
inine beauty, to express the feelings of
that. "oppressed sex," upon the matri- .
mohial - question . . Audvery strangely
does this excitable representative "use:
her sarcastic pen. .
.. ; .I.fethinks a feeling of indeciSion;
crept through.her hoart,as the peritra
cod those few lines.
After exhausting the "vials of wrath"
Upon your humble correspondent's
defenceless head,'and lamenting over
the "seeming misfortunes of certain
or.es'-',; she very deliberately acynowl 7
edges the correctness of my
sions in my former note. Then after
declaring in: emphatic terms that
"liberty and freedore are boons not to
be surrendered," •and-hailing.wjth de
light the appelation "ancient virgins'
alias "old maids," she concludes with
the "hope that your correspondent
will retract his assertions." • . •
Fie! Be! Minerva, thou stately (laugh.
ter of Jove, thee allowest thy fiery .
spirit to 9WCr,eap:e thy ',Mighty!, wiS- <
dom Why have a retraction of the
thing admitted and gloried in by.•
No! no! there nocd be no retraction;
but, taking your own st.tin, we
should erect a monument hero to the
living, and inscribe upon its pure and
glistening su'rfnee the follo*ing:
"liero dwell In peace, upon the lap dearth,
Three hundred "ancient virgins," periMps unknown;
maids" dentinal front their very birth t•
And 'Matrimony, marked (out) then her own."
%V lin WOOD.
The following statement shows the
valuation of Real and Personal. Estate
in this county, and taxable for state
purposes; the assessment of tax there-
on for the year 1864, as axed by the
Revenue Commissioners at their-last
triennial meuting,and the taxable inhab
itants thereic for the year 1864 c Val
uation $4,750,651, assessment of Tax
612,276 10, Taxables, 6,770.
RECEIPTS OF INTERNAL REVENUE IN
TUE SEVENTEENTH- DISTRICT.---Through,
the courtesy of Robert H. Orman, Eaq.,
clerk for Samuel J. Royer, Esq., Col
lector of Internal Revenue for this dis
trict., we have been furnishe'd with the
following titbular statement of the com 7
parative receipts of revenue from all
- sourcesAlerir,b-Al k ey_pars 1863 and 1864 . .
The receipts dulling tho,Yr;aeru
so trifling that it was not deemed nee.
essary to embrace them in the state- :
merit. - • •
8,116 sa 11,600 45
7,199 20 ' 19,071 66'
7,772 33 11,801 70
0,30050 52,5r.3 30
5,335 85 20,15581
8.552 27 1304.27
503 . 00 27,445 33
3033 61 • 3035 43
10,4.03 66 30.071 69
$11i,i396 37 • 270,606 62
er..miutitatiuu money colhicted to 1503 238,800 00
Du.. do. do. 1004 200,100
Total amount of commutation
.It will be'soon that, under the ope
rations-of the Internal Revenue
as amended Juno 30, 1864, the collec
tions of revenue ; from July 1,1864, to
June 30, 1865,11 approximate half a
million of dollars in this district. 'nor'°
aro not many districts in the State that
pay a heavier tax for the support of
the Government,or pay, it more prompt: ,
CAMP 9TII. PENNA.. CAVALRY, near.
Savannah, Georgia, Doc. 19th 1865.
EDITOE HUNTINGDON GLOBE :—Dcar
Sin- 7 1. wrote thinking a detailed ac
count of Gen. Sherman's successful
march from Marietta,Ga., to Savannah
would be interesting.
On the fourteenth of November he
cut his communications by destroying
tho Atlanta and Cnattanooga Railroad.
Our regiment belongs to Gen. Kilpat
rick's division of cavalry; we broke
camp on the above date,and made a
rapid movement on Jonesboro, where
we fought and defeated a division of
rebel troops under the invincible Whet>
ler,but our dashing Kill fell on him with
such a swoop that ho came to the
_60 2 :
elusion' tlis,t- 'the' bettorpart ot - valor
was to got away as fast as possib:e.
At Lovejoy station -we captured two
pieces of "artillery; we travelled 'four
days without opposition. On themorn-i
ing of the twentieth we reached .and
drove in the outposts at Macon—the
same night moving around on . the Ma
con and Savannah Railroad at Grisii
ville and destroyed it so. that it was
entirely useless. On. the morning of
the twenty•first our Company, M.,' and
by the - way Capt. T. L. MeGahan's old
"Company, being the:outposts, the ()po
mp charged the,. position, killed one,
and wounded two, and captured twen;
ty-four of the aen,' but some of
boys give the . Wohnies the dodge and
Carne in; they still hold nineteen as
prisoners.. • Tht name Of the killed was
Michael H. Wolf of Fra'nkstown Town
.ship Blair county; the wounded, Chris
topher and - Jacob Noffsker ;-
both I believe will-recover. We then.
moved in direction of Milledgeville, the,
capitol of Georgia; and entered the city.
on the twenty-third-; from thence we
marched . :in ..the.direction.of the Au
gust 4: and Millen. Railroad. On the
night' of the: twentpseyenth, the one
y being r - chitereed,qtacked out camp;
we repulsed thole with a heavy loss.
They were iri our rear all next day.
At dark_We reached the road and.com.
!fleeced '.destroying it; we fought all
night an equal feree, beside destroying
three .milos' 'th'e road. We broke
- camp at four o'clock and'mOved.in the
direetion•of Main''bOdy; Which we
reached on this morning ottliktyienty
.laying fought, two pitched bat-.
llos, and kipt lip' a ruP.pirlg.-4gbk for.
five days. , • . -
At Louisville we weer reinforced by
ono' division of InfantU f pld again
made dash for , the same road ;.. At,
Thomas's station, .and deStroyed it:ef
fectually, driving the enemy all LIM
way. On the •morninwof PseeMber
fourth, 'Gen. Kiipa,trick.detormined - to
punish the onetny severely Who show
ed fight., charged their ,Works and scat
tered them in all directions;capturing.
over olio hundrtd prisoners:4Jß move;
ments`at this place shows k him to not
be second . -th.alt,:-C4l,llrydglo/411:
the Unite'd States servico. From thence
wo moved on the Sa'vanuah Road, and
have not diverged from it up to this
time, although the enemy has - kept up
a continual skirmish with our rear. On
the ninth of December, we'reached-tha
Savannah river ; and , •had-the extrema
plcaisuro of looking on the sacred Boil
of South Carolina. Wo unto ye sccesh,
if over .the army .of the Mississippi
roaches the soil of South Carolina.
I will just remark here that our one
division of cavalry has destroyed on
this marcih,cotton to theramount—well,
Just cipher until figures Phil and then
you will fall short a-fe4 hundred. We
are now lyi ng , :on 114 isonth -side - of Sa
vannah and in full communication with
our flect,ron . the: big -Ogeechce-river,
about fifteen miles from its mouth.
I:cannot clode without Saying a feW
words in favirr of our first Lieut." Dr.
A. Phelp; lie hae commanded Company
M. on this march., and we•must . say for
him that 41' braver officer never drew a
sabre in.defence of our 'cotiritry.'slon ,
or ; and also must coniplinient our old
Captain McCuliari. Indeed, his friends
may well be proud of -him aS•the
core high in . command acknowledge on
his resignation the leSs of One of the
regimen is-bravest anti most generous .
officers. With this I lefive you by
promising more anon.
H. 0. BEATTY.
Spectal Income Taz—Enforoement of the
At present scarcely anything is en
listing so much interest .among the
business, community,- as the Income
Tax and the 'edforeenieht of the law.
This interest promises many advents
gusto the country, and looks diroetly
to a more diligent' administration`.-of
the law, and an increased revenue. It
lit not too much to say - .that it has re
sulted principally Akira the publication
of the .tax list§ in some'of the princi
pal cities of the iiountrylittireby op
portunities were afforded . for a more
perfect scrutiny 'of: the . operation of
the law : and the faithfulness of intr.
viduals in making their returns.—
Among the results of .the discussion
"thus provoked and'the -facts t elicited,
ls'an important circular by Commis
sioner Lewis, which sets-forth and en
forces in plain language Abe duty not
only of oflicerecourti3eted 'with
ministration of the law, but of every
citizen. It is as follows:
TREASURY DEP-U:6IEN; )
OFFICE OF iNTERNA CREVEN CR,
• WASHINGTON, JII11: , 9, 1865. J
Complaints continue - to .be receive a- lis
nin'oe taint many perdons liable. to income tax .
fail to make full returns. These complaints
have become, so general that I deem .it a duty
I'owe to the public isrvice to I.lllthe:attn.
tion of assessors te.The subject, chat they may
exert the necessary'
. diligence to' remove:, if
possible, the cause.
„Any tax paycr.whoreuders.untiale reform;
commits a.tripls 'offence : • Trta, ,, igtiitit• the
country, which he defrauds; secondly, against
;AIM neighbor, whom he injures by casting up
a larger share of the public burden
than leought to bear • and, .thirtily, against
the law, which is violated lioth civilly and
criminally, and which deineridsX.iillM, act a
doubliiag of the debt as a .recompense, and
. punishment for the crime as a'retribution.
Lrroneou,s.returns are due . ig:
noratx, sometimes to carelessness and in
advertence, and sometimes,. also,. to a delib
'orate purpop :to defraud the ,Gover'nMeat.
%V hen their eUrreetness is suspected, aSsistant
assessors ought hut to
. hesitate . to make the
inquiries, in order .toase,ertain the
truth. Otherwise their duty iii notperform
412,2 )6 99
Pi ,I9G 09
Delicacy under such• circumstances 'must
be laid aside, and respect for 'wealth, inflm
oleo, or secial position nius.ityield.to the high.
er'obligittious of official responsibility. Hon•
est men when properly interrogated. will not
general refuse to afford satisfaction to
government officers, and tho dishonest should
not be suffered to escape under prottmse of
sensibili,ties toe nicti.to ohdurel,ao-'dierepruta•
hie imputation without. offerice.: ,- A cheerful
submission ton proceeding Which st due exe
cution of the law requires, is &minded in
times like these equally by' tottrietiSm and
good sense, and un appeal to tlioso possessed
&such qualities will seldom fail to produce
the desired response. If any errois are be
lieved to exist, it . is not necessary to assume,
in the first place, that they have - been com
mitted ; but, on the centrary, it may
be well to advise the tax-payee to amend his
return, and to accept it if lie dvails liifiself
of the opportunity. _lf he refuses to do so,
section 14th of the late act authorizes a mode
of proceeding, whieh, if vigorouAy pursued,
will enunciate the truth. .
Tax payerswho are nut cognizant of their
responsibilities ought td b.:informed of them,
ants those who aro unable to Make out their
rettirns, ought to he . kindly initrtMed and as
sisted by the assistant assessors; but wilful
and incorigiblo offenders should. be made to
recognize toe powerof the law.in the prompt
And sure visitation of its-penalties. Let as
sistant assessors understand that is their
bueitiess nut merely ,to take returns, but tu•
ascertain whether they are correct, and when
.tay have reason to believe that'll ineorract, - to
...sW4t as already indicated: When an. increrte
'ed asSessritent is sworn down.tiArulY, the
'ease should be reported to. tlio.aesessur, who
should, when probable **tip - pears, insti
-1 tote on investigation,' and make it search
ing aril through.
A false return, even though .accopted
without alteration and the tax paid, 'has no
binding effect on the • Goterinnetit. ;-When'
the fraud ia discovered,., the AllSSigtimt Ae
sessur may make the proer inefe#, aad ifs
the tax payer shall swear 'down iltet assess
ment on the increased return,'. he may be
proceeded against fur perjury: or, js
the dotter way, instead of the'inereSse Undo;
on investigation may behalf under section
14, the just ainount 'of the 'dittj'ascartained"
and an hundred per cent; added twit by the
way of penalty. • •
if an Assistant Assessor is destitute of the
needed intelligence or.idger,.bis.^plaie.ought,
to he .supplied by ontrbetterattedlor it, and
if- the number - of Assistant %sseseors.
poioted IS not sufficient to.work 'district,
itha fact should be communicated at °rico to
The special income tax i .if asSessed
and collected, will produce mord than thirty
five millions Of dollars": .Itl depifilithi.. on the
assessors and their assistants :,mainly,
ther the expeetationof . the assistants,
.on the subject, shall be realized,
Vary re'SPeetrdllY, -
JOSEPLI J. LEWIS, Cotrtmtssioner..
A follow adVortisce,iti :ail 41a .
barna paper, and offers totraTe'Lincoln,
Seward and Andy johnsion',niurdcred
by the let cof March for sl,ogo,ooolin
`On tho sth' itisti;by the Rev. jobb.
Anderson, Mr. IlLeicrru ORLADY, to
Mrs. Grass, bbth of 13arree twernship.
On. December_ 29th, by the ,eamo,
Major J . T. HAMILTDIi, of Blair county,
and Mies Isszkiiiß, HEWITT, Of 141001'08-
i/11e, this counts:
On the' 21. st of December, by. T.
Chetteworth Gessford, 'Minister of t,he
Gospel, Mr. ROBERT Curisnis,,and Miss
linxot Mittnit,'buth of - this plebe,
On tho26th orDeOembor, by 'the
sant°, Xr. GEORGE R. CORBIN of..juni
ata township,' Huntingdon- co., Ps.,
and Miss MAST HEINEy of Imams,
On the same date, by the same, Mr.
\A.NDREW Gaovm, .ot Marklestiurg,
'nista township: Huntingdon co:, P.
Oe the 27th of December, by the
same ;. Mr. JOSEPH. 'GOODMAN and Miss
JEMIMA ,LoNo,' both of this place.
On theist of January. by the same,
Mr. JOHN MILLER and Miss MINERVA.
DEAN,.ball . Of. .this borough. .
On Tuesday evening, - 17th inst., by
Rev. S. 11. Reid,Mr. - T, FRAl:ifil WATT-
EiONtO 1if139 SAr.T,Ie A. BARTQL, both of
Tiniontovinshiii; on the 27th of
December, 1864, , jANE, • wife of M. P.
CA.3II!BELL, Esq,,-aged 55 years and 8
montbs. - .. ' ' • •
On the 15th ' at his-Tesideneein Ile-
Counelstown, Siotum. WATSON, in the
28th year of his age. •
The decease . d,. though as Tet young,
fell a victim to consumption, of which
he died. Ile was a peaceable end
worthy citizen, and in his death was
quiet and resigned. .11 - e leaves a wife
and two children to . mourn his del*.
On the 27th inst., at his home in
Woodcock Valley, SAmuzr, HENRY, son
of John and Mary GROVE, in the I-jib
year of his - age. There was a good
degree of interest connected with lit
tle Sanamy. He was naturally possess
ed of ail activo mind, and a good' dis
position. For the. last two years of
his young life, ho was much afflicted.
But this fact only served to ripen him
for eternity. He read his Bible dai
lyEand prayed much. No doubt be is
now at cost in the Saviors' arms.
On Wednesday, 'the 11th instant, iu.
Mooresville, HARRY T. McCLArN, son
of S. (7. and D. J. McClain, aged 4
months and 13 days.,
"Sleep on, char ono, and take thy rest;
Ood called then home—h• thought It best"
"Death should coma
Gently to ono of gentle mould, like thee;
Ai light winds wandering through groves of bloom
Detach tho delicate blossoms from the tree. •
Close thy sweet eyes calmly, and without pain,
And we will trust in Gad to coo thee yet'again.'
DR. STRICKLAND..--The valuable rem
odic offered yekularly, aduaatod
highly . .recommended, will he found_ ndver
deed in'our cOlunme. is . No..
East Fottrtliefreot, Cincinnati, 0.
We would advise any-one suffering from a
distressing cough:* any affliction of the
throat Ur. tung€l, - to try:-D'. Strickland's Mel : .
• r •
• - Jan. 21.
Fancy and Entre Family Flout.. ... 59,60@t2,99
Corn:rion mad Superfine 59,75@i10,00
Rye Flour ' 49.23
Corn Meal . Il bl :MOO
tit ra White Wheat - 52,856.12.90
Fair 'and l'ruttu Rua 42.70g,2,65
Corn, prime Yellow 41,75
Oats ' 92
- vi bu $2,00
Cloyorieetl, 11113 The " 31.13,60
EtIINTINGD ON XLIAKEITS.
Extra Family Flour 111.44 ', . $12,60
Extra cloVcrrt ' - ' - 6.25
White Wheat 2:44
Red Moat .> 40
. , .
Eye ' - 1 80
Look to. Your Interest.
THE PLACE TO BUY GOOD
TOBACCO AND SEGARS
CHEAP. IS AT
D. H. Kooker's New Whole Sale
and Retail Store, -
foot. doors below Dean's Rubel. AliMealers in segari will
Lind it to their interest to examine before purchasing else
vrhere. All segars ore my own manufacturing.
Huntingdon, Jan. 5, 1565-3n1.4.
T HIS WAY 1 THIS WAY !
A NEW ARRIVAL OF
BOOTS kt SHOES, HATS, etc.
JOHN IL WESTBROOK informs the public that he lies
lust resolved a now stock 1,1 BOOTS and SHOES Of all ei•
zee and kinds to suit everybody, •
Also. Hate, Ilesiery, Shoe Finding's . , Morocco nod
ing Skins, all of which will be sold at the lowest cash
Don't forget the old eland in the Diamond. old mato.
mere and she public generelly are invited to cell.
Huntingdon, Jan. 3, 1965.
• 1=1.31111WCY17.44.Z.i. • •
lIIBOOTS AND SHOES...id*
,v FORGE. SIIAEFFER . re'spectfully .
kfi informs his old custotners and the public generally
tbaatte hae removed to opposite Brow lea Hardware Store,
where Le has opened a
NEW STOCK 'OF
3Ela:3ot:otos paadi. Mho ®IS,
and Is prepared to accommodate everybody with good ar.
Moles at reasonable prices. • . •
Ile also continues to manufacture to order all kinds of
boots and shoes.
fluntingdon, April 13 1864..
• FOR S-ALE
AT _LEWIS' 'BOOK: ,STORE.
• : CHEAP PUMPS.
• A. BROWitir,.. lluutingdon,
fty Pa., Belle Patent Wooden Vamps. for detente and
from 4to 60 fent deep, 'at shunt one half the usual
lidos for old fashioned ptinips. Alt pumps warranted.
(14.13,PET5, Oil Cloths, Ratr,s ko., at
A..) Dec. I.V6l—if. " LLotti'm xtriltrs.
ALT tho barrol, sack and bushel
at LLOYD& MINRY'II
EIT' CLOT f I`;t
fulllll 9- 0111R '
'TiIOS. SISTIER. IL 0. SISIIIiR
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•• HUNT. (D. N T ~..
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STAPLE BL.'IANCTEI . -G IDS , 'Nw s'eoc" ",' r 00,) 5..: .
'ETC' ' - '.- •-. • • EVERYBODY IS INVITM) TO - GALL'Ist
• -s. ".•- s , .•
S. • Sili iiii';N ,-, i ORE, ...,
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. .- :.,„ oN.,,,iTi , Tit F.F. .N'i i, H C INGIi li.A.
iN, 1 , 8.1 . ..
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lIANDSWIE Sl:OpK 0' 'S 1 .
i s M SSE
and OLAS: • • ' ; . ••, "-•
pf .T1 0 .,1 and CIInCOLATD, •. .
of all kind., In now open for the inspectio I the Ire, . f/t , 1. 40 1; furl", 'I.,ALT and Vit.:MAT;
. ' r ; o t: CON ~;CTIONtiiIE:, . . T.:AItS end TODACet);.
and we cordially invite all our Cuatomera a dtyp public ; • jp SPICBS 01 , 111 il DEST, AND 'ALL KINDS. ' !
. .. . .
generally, to calf and ba convinced that We era unequal- 1 and.4v".Y oily: " 141 '..(nuil.Y runt in a 'Grocery'. ! , ii•:i
led In the quality tnate,style,luitipricCe of 016 Good 1 ) 1,20 .Drugs, iral., Dye Stun,
;,. Paints- '•• isk,c3.ods and Suta..Torpentine, ,•:
We imptest the public to boor in Mind that'‘ 'pit ,l .."
•'... Fluid, Paints ; hot. Glass and Itt•t;,, • • -- --'••
... . ' l's nEST Wli•IE mu 'it N•DY Mr ramileal purposes.' '1
chase principally front first hands in Now Y pay' I- . •ALI,CIE BEsT 1 'NT '3IIIDICIN.gS,.
ts TOOT: 3r, SIIOES,
Coen for all ive buy and cannot be rivalled in o 111- i - . am , y • i n ,„„„,,,-,,,, r z r imit t,, 3 ~,,,,,,,..,, to montion
ties for oponl»g for . pabtlo uao, a stook of General lber- ! The puglie.e.cnernily 1111 Vence call aral examine for
• i the
— e MiUn.,N0i...23 'GI: • ' '4l •
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• - . . , . .. . ; ; - ...; , .
/ ' ...1% 0 0 OODS ! . NATV. - GOODS.II
1 25 FEE CENT. CHEAFEE T . lAN;.
THE CHEAPEST I
GRAIN, FLOUR, AND FEED.
,WE ARE PREPARE]) TO. PUlt
chase ell kinds of GRAIN, for schieh we wili pay the
prices..timt.will hare for ealo l ,o Intl tiirtes,
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PLASTER I PLASTER r!
WE.,IIA.V.E an IMMENSE STOCK
of PLAI3TY.tt; au ample supply for thiv and neiglawrlng
cautalue: !laving a 11111 expresHly for grinding it, we.
can prodacii Awn end morn deiirablo...stock iltnti can nan
nlly ba gad. ,
SALT ! SALT'!
WE OFFER 56,0 1.3J31..5. of SPLE'N
tkp OXON DAM A SA Lt uunnalled in putt Ity and p c n..?
Q. A. Snft In mks 19 nlecl kept oonotantly ou nand
10 1301.. No 1 11ACIICERR.1,
'Quarter - Barrels and Gitq of .all numbers, are also• of.
WE' ;ARE AT ALL TIMES YRI
•Pared to buy SUMAC; will pay cash, or trade, :adesirod.
lln HIGH PRICES RULI : NGIOR
Cotton Cootie 'line compelled poking rittentlian to .Ittemtiro
.especially directed to tlieeid!arn °Max. It cad he made
; by ectrue at ten Lion', ode 016 meet salvable productea
farmer can preducti; ad acct . toadily•ProdUclng 50 to fiJ
Dollars worth:of. . fibre and seed. - -Great care ehottld be
taken by growers hare their Flax vety thin
when rolling; when watered etifficiently on one aide, it
• sheath] be turned, andeubject to exposure until
stalks get a grey color, and the lint re!dily seporates
' front the good by a gentle , rub.
It should on a very dry day bo liedhs:bundles, and is
thou ready for the mill. As a general thjog too much
mead lei emu on an acre. Unless the ground is very rich
one Bushel per acre Is sufficient. If the ground IS very
strong one and one Fourth bushel to ample ;
Dee llt. 1663. '
; JUST orENED &FINE . syocitt97 HI M\ ,
I 1 9LL Ayo ..Iyl NTER CIL 0 PilIN
Which ho offers to all-• Who want to bo o
CLOT El -
AT..i ) SIOES TO. SUIT TIIE TIMES
•His - Stock•coniizti i c R.l;Lifsmade dint hig to e
MEN AND BOYS,
1 1. "•if00 4 :. : S . 'AND ';'.110•11L , , fIAT 'kCl)-L'AP:4, be., &0.._
• Bhol4ll nny plrticyllar•kir..l, or
ojibin, Fo , ;”
.1 11 the E;011,,:0n:n11.1.: ,r , 37 larrch o
- • •
AT COFFEE II,UNSTATION,
Would respectfully call 11i attention of Ills olclpaltonn
specially, and Um puhlio to general, to lits,Atenstre.
stock of well selected new Goods, jest Im:sired from -tit*
gaitPrn ettiee, con,i,Ling - , in part, of
Dry G oode,
Clothing,, W nol
o n War,e, Notions,
Hats nnrl ClTs..Boots and:
Shoes, Donnefs,.Shaw . ls,
lars, HArdwit - re, • Qupensisiire; 9t0.!.
aeries, - Woottand Willow-ware, Tobacco;
F.legrirs ' Nails, Glass, ProvisiOns,
Oil, Fish, Salt„Tinware, bop, ,•
per Ware, Drugs and ' •
ll:mite-ices, Clocks, •
Watches, &c., •
and all oilier arlieles , kept in a first,elmis - cointfri:slore;
all Eeleafed Al ith the: grenfest rare and which were: phr
chssed for cash only.tmd affords hint to sell them at a'
very low litmus. Tito Antlilo will find
.it to their:advan
tage to call find examine •nur , ttitsnrpassed stock.; before,
pureltating,•elSowhere. , No painsxrill - belspared lkshow-,
log oar (fonds. ' Ynulirs arks-specially invited to Moratitto
our large Stocl: of fashiattable , dress goods; 21.1alv9ai Ciro
colas, Fars, and a great vecboty Of Wtioldn thSods, Eloshf.;
All lOrel, or produce bites .inO.xchin„e at Om highest _
atarket Iriee4—fliell. not, reftt;ed.• -33 y striefattentiou
the wants of cm toaterff, we 1101/0 to receive a continnatimi
of llto literal patronag‘e. with ft Ith'itlyet Mare been boreto,
fore fitrord. Conte boo and all: and 'rxr:' • •
New Got - ghrlec,ivcd•daily
D. P. OWIN
TNFOT6IS THE PTI.BLIC
THAT HE HAS
FIJI?, 'SPE. OCfi of NEW OOD
CANT B} .13EA:T.
CHEAPNESS AND QUAIAITY"
COME AND SEE.
PALL AND wircrna.,
CHEAP CLOTIIIIN ,'3-TORE
t'or Oen[lemon's Clothing of the bust matorial,sad mad.
a the best workmanlike manner, cn6 At
i opposite 1.1,0 Franklin House in-Marl:at Square, Malting.
11 un ingdco Nov. '23, 'ill.
New FUrniture Establishment..
~1.• WISE, •
Manufacturer and Dealer in Furniture,
Respectfully invites Me intention of the Public -co W.
stand on 11111- 01.. Iluntiniplon, between Cunninglaatalt
Store and Denn i s National !louse, where he manufactures
and keeps all kinds of Furniture at reduced prices. Parr
simri.ivishing to pun:nil:se!, will do well to glrolim a asll,
.11er:tiring of kinds attended to prauptly arid chargolo
Fib` Alen. liniertahing; carried on, and Coffins m ado in
; anyntyle rleai red,' nt slant notice. • -
nil' Funerals attend:4l At any place in tonic or Conn,-
I. K. STA UFFE R,
AEE AND JED - ELDR, at
No. I.IS North SECOND Stroet, corner of,. Quarry,
fo.,,ortmeot of \Vale .lowelrY, Silver k Plated;
SEITABLE FOR lIOLIDA PRESENT& •
Repairing of Waicliirs nod Juwelry ;promptly
• • - attended to.
AW ASSOCIATION. -
Tho underoigned hove misociated themselves together
thu practice of the law In ..liuntiadon, Pa. Office in,
the one now, and formerly. occopiod by T. SoweJt Stow•,
art, adjOinin4 (ho Court /Ion.:
July 2). 1,61,
4 .'>4.Lo* - 1. COU.N . TRY DEALERS can
p ig I . mg.o , ll l l(. , l4tr o i np lun ,,,, ln ti ll y nn e tln n gi i l n on t g .
third, as 1 hale a wholenalo atore in PlkillcicritxiAN,
1; Tine Ciyii and Tobacco fcir
sale at Lewis' Book Store
1 - 1 N V OT'ES, wholesale and
f6r [Lilo I.EWIS , ROOK STORE. "
•tIORSE ;TAY FOIIKS, for unload-,
ing Huy. A. Hon ting.lon, is agent for
tho best Fork In the [Thin,' States. Can soon. ma4!24.
• - ...
: ' yon al want a CLOTHES WlrlicOliit, in %Hie'
waetthreaati.YeiwwiiihOgt'aM ,,, , , T.a.Y.iit , emnal
hod et thetanni tibia eaye enengh in the wearet clothes'-
hy iNi l!g . 1 Wringer, to it Ser it in eix reonilis, at the
present price of cotton. Wringer. that• have token ae
nt:Mine! ern ALL (IVIIERS in the. market,fn-satearale at_thei
tiordaere'Stete or. .Ye:ktsC4 JaWtia eV. IntoWii: -
Ql.i.A'rES.---A Sp lot of th..e la-.
),.,_) te.4t:Noiv_ York stvlo. 1111 Latlin and Geutlyba`o . iir,
11 elzme, ju.t receiv. d st:nd f, F•a!,. i.f .. . . ..,
Rec. 13. tr.. , I. jAnll. A. 1ii;919.N . . -
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IMON 001 IN
JUST - 0 - PIOTE 0.
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A. W. BENl:bier. -