The globe. (Huntingdon, Pa.) 1856-1877, February 28, 1866, Image 1

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STOCK ON HAND.
Cass " George L. Smith, 13 00
QTE W A RD'S STATEMENT.— 4 work horses, 9 nitlch coVes, 1 bull, 14 stock hogs, 2 " " Samuel W. Funk, 28 08
0635. G. TATE, Steward, In account with the Hunting- plantation wagons, 1 spring two !torso wagon, 1 buggy, Oneida " Nathan McDivitt, 29 00 165 41
don conuty Alma House, from December 7th, 1804, to h e . worn out, 1 plantation cart, 1 bond cart, 5 acts hor-e County Andttore pay, /111 00
cember 5, 1865, inclusive: gears and harness, 4 common plows, 2 doublecshoval do., .7. S. Stewart Esq., auditing accounts
on.
I single shovel do, 1 three horse cultivotor. I hay rake, 1 of Prothonotary, Reg. & Rec., Se, s'oo
'ferreting machine and fixtures, 1 windmill, 1 sot patent Commissioners' expenses to holding appeals, 125 00
To amt. drawn from co. treasury at Sundry Numb, 5 6 11 0 5 hay ladders, 500 bus. wheat, 60 bus:ryo, 1000 bus, corn, Commissioners, and Clerk for Military semi ea, 50 00
T. Sktnner for onehorse sold to him, ... 195 00 ears, 450 bus. oats, 250 bus. potatoes, 10 bushels onions, 2 Redemption money paid out, 113 61
B. Stephens for cash r e ceived i n the Lo ng c ov e, 22 50 bus. soup brans, 8 bus. beets, 20 bus. turnips, 10 bushels Relief to soldiers Persil tea, 96537 00
P. Gross. for keeping hie family, 25 00 parsnips, 034 bus. clansmen?, 10 tons hay, 6 four horse Paid Treasurer of Huntingdon Co.. Poor House, 5531 44
.7. Swanger, for keeping three children, 10 00 loads corn fodder. about 400 hoods cabbage, about 2000 lbs Pattl State Treasurer out of the coUnty
IL Brewster, for 6% lbs. butter, 270 sour kraut, 2150 lbs pork, 104 lbs beef, 450 ids hog's lard. fonds, to liquidate the debt of the
Sundry persons fur cash received, 532 In addition to the above tho followin is articles wer‘sold county to the State, which had been
off the farm, vie .4 tolls hay, $4O, 153,4 bushels oloverseed, accumulating for many years. 8020 63
$BB5 40 $lO5 55; 12 largo baskets, $7 W. - Treasuter'scommissiona on State funds paid to
CIL. the State treasurer not 0110004 by the As.
MONTHLY TABLE.
..By sundry Expenditures for use of house, as per monthly door General, 213 13
motel:mots, numbered from Ito 12. MOWING Inc AnAIIsSIONI, DISCRAROrs, &E., Dußtaa YEAR. Treasurer's commissions on $32191 69, at 134
Per cent. ' 1202 Di
Statement No. 1, for Deconber. --,---
r,'ZC'CP'n''.4).:-.lr,'-, - '------ Balance to Treasurer's hands, 1078 73
.By traveling expenses seeing after paupers,
6 1 01 u! - '5 9 , ,ZO Fgg • V•ols'37,T, 4' 3.N 7: 3 ,5
Belief Afforded to sundry wayfaring paupers,
$14071.25
Cash paid for postage stamps, • 247 i 32. i g- 8 1735. ' '-' t '.-.,'• ...
an In te.dimony whereof we hereon to subseiks nor names:
Miscellaneous, 407 gs 3 z` e l g' . . ..g p. =.... 0 J A CO 5,1
-•• • JACOB 311LLEit, Cones.
17 54 s s' 5 ...
• ~..g ARAM WARFEL.
State»tent No. 2 for January. en.,
to S . a 5 ire the undersigned Auditors of
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Conni,
Ity cash paid J. Fleck for ono horse, 155 00 05
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peplum( Pennsylvania, elected nod es , orn according to law, report,
Traveling expenses, 6110 .-- . g I__. that wo met, did audit, setae and adjust, aceoi ding to
Ballet afforded wayfaring pappere, " 3SO FL . ° •
3 ~,....,0,3,..3... c 3; ...V . palunpsni law, the accounts of David Black, Esq., Treastu•er of the
Sundry pereona for house labor and sewing, 565 D 23 ' - ' -5 -?..1 county. and the orders of the Conuniosionors and receipts
Penna. Railroad for freight, 12 61 g 5 e e ,
5 • .. : s- ....I i 3 3•I ~.,a,,,1a for the same for and during the past year, and find a bat
once remaining in tho hands of D. block, Req., Tr e asurer,
Allseellaucous, 1 12 -
El -- sql.gg of one thematic!: six hunched and seventy-eight flutters
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/8103 ° gI---_ and seven ty-three cents,
Statement No. 3, for February. g t. l,-11 .-.1 i: i ,-.i ~.. i F.-' Brim< Given under our hands at the Commissioners' epee in
By traveling expenses seeing otter paupers, 400 0
Belief afforded sundry Wayfaring paupers, 500 1. . ,-.5- to -panou nalpug3
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Removing paupers, 150 o ------ LIVINGSTON 1t01313, F Auditors.
MisCellancous, 246 ,:, ,'-'i V.: - .1- 5 1 - e'lre'boT,l.234 t'. u•qa ~ 511LTON SANGItEII,
23 46 s.. i 3 b3 4 8 30.' 8 tEo'l2 .`-.* Ile ,i 2 (e• 51535 um°3l '4. -.' ()UTSTANDING BALANCES
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Statement No. 4,for March. T. a B•
662 •F' • co cc, sa w 7g VT.51:11.-o•I ~,,,,,,,,,o o 0 Dno at the settlement 111th the Auditors, for the
By Penna. Railroad for freight, e" year 1805.
'Traveling expenses seeing after paupers, 4 15 .
302 ,s O' ta , trt .V.:1: EZSV-i ..t iti ------ 1 ,7" 1.1 1-4. • ''
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COLITCTOnS NAMES. TOP. COMM. MATZ. Me x. Attu.
Cash paid P. Myers, postage,
..;,,, 1555. Jolt,, Smith, Barren, 5 $
do sundry persons for work,
2606 23 , 8 '
~....,6 - ot ie . :Ai t .....t . ~ ,, , - .t. . .C, ,, C.,,, ,,,C : ,
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~ ~ iv Isl2B 69 $ 1$
do wayfating paupers,lBs7. W. Johns, Cromwell 1 117 621 1
do sundry persons for repairing, 240 '6 -
, ...-....,....1-,-,.. ';'' = 1858.Eam. Stoffoy, Jackson 47 57
o , 0 ..„...,_,, 0 0 ..,- ,„ o , 153 1m0g 1 1859. A. Harrison, !loofa. 801 u 4 734 lo
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1560.
Statement No. 5, for ..4pre7. . We, the undersigned. Auditors of Dee county of Hunt- °lsaac Wolverton, Brady 105 56 123 00 19 73
By eentit paid Penna. Railroad for freight, 276 ingdun, do Itoreby certify that {VC have examined the or., Jesson Cook, Carbon2oo 25 117 23 22 59
Out door relief in sundry eases, 800 dos, vouchers, accounts, dec., of the Directors of the Poor Volta IL 15 ' eavor, Hovel!. I 235 41
TraYeling exlmanwsbeeing alter Pout..., 625 of said county, and find the same to be correct as above 1802,
3fircellaueoue, 350 stated; and no dolurther find that on examining 1110 TEM- Isaac Ashton, Caseville, I 4 47 47 /SO
sewer's account he Ws paid on Poor noose enders sine° W. F. Flonner, Henderson 189
21 40 last statement the sum of 50,531 42, of which amount 1863.
,Statement No. 6, for dray. the sum of $285 00 was expended on atconuts of the yeor Jessee Cook, Carbon 25 06 1 166 50
MY Mk paid Rind, out door expenses, traveling, Le ll 65 1861 , 1555 " 1 Inl. total expenditures or 1065 e (so fur as P.M) Levi DeakeTal
standing for year 1865, to wit, $2BO 21. e •
uderson . 362 1 10
7 15 amount to the sum ot $3,216 42-leavlttg balance out- ,
111..scellaneoue, TSarid. Mytou,Barree 182 75 73 06 15 50 1 53 00
18 80 Witness our hands at Huntingdon, this 9th day Of Jan- (temp IV Johnston,Carbon 140 32 42 41 10 09134 20
teary, A. D.. 1806. *WIII. Clymans, Dublin 1 23 18 25 03 0 03,10 00
John D m ortd r su j n a ql s o o p n eweß 054 56 177 5146 69 50 50
STatentent No. 7, for June.
ADRII 11 5 1RNISII
By cash paid sundry persons, mowing , A c., 10 00 ' • • " j. Auditors.
LIVINGSTON ROBB, - 30 95
blouse labor, 775
Peter Myers, postage stoning, 186 ___
}Levi Pheasant, Union • 91 05 3 92.11 '23 29 45
Traveling expenses in sundry cases, 472 lilt Ili CEIPTS & EXPENDITURES :tunnel Peightal. Wallmr 143 46 30 72 5 15 78 945
Miscellaneous, 61 JA ) of Huntingdon county front the 2d day of January, James Maguire, West 293 b 7 42 75
--- hue, to the 2.1 day ofJanteary,looo : 1865.
24 Di Wm. Christy, Ale:candela 183 92 CO 27 67018 05
- - B.Onnee remaining in hands of Treasurer at
Statement D'h. 8, for liity. last settlement $7 7 83 35 5 -Adorn Morel, Brady 1002 95 250 43 63 69 20 00
By cash paid Penna. Railroad, freight, 10 64
-.7oseph Dibboney Banco 1007 60 252 39 69 79130 85
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RECSIPTS.
do travelling, expenses , 353 -lhase Asbton, Cassellio 110 60 37 72, 3 05, 000
do sending away sundry paupers, Ac., 300 1856. Solomon Hamer, Jackson, 10 05 - Joseph Stever , Cass 240 62 11 43133 251 760
do sundry personator harvesting, 00 39 1553. Samuel Steffey, Jackson, 33 89 • Asa Stevens, Clay 375 321 S 3 90 23 62 14 73
do Jenny Dysart., for sewing, 500 1861. Wm, 13. White, Juniata, 824 - 0531 95 . 1( viloY, Cromwell 760 13 5 209 67 43 40 670
do sundry persona, miscellaneous, 147 " David Lindsey, West, 118 OD thvg 11' Johnston, Coition 360 651 53 47 35 07 29 93
1862. Samuel Brooks, Carbon, 414 21 "Joules Etinulds, Coalruout 24 01
01 00 " David Stevens, Clay, 110 55 "Benjamin Stitt, Dublu 595 93 172 13137 00116 15
• Statentent 110. 9, for August. " Jobs Henderson, West, 231 30 - Geo 17. slattern, Ft onklin 1074 69 177 53133 71 40 85
1533, - Daniel Rouse, linnet, 041 440 86 113 al 41. 15,20 43
By cosh paid FORM. Railroad, freight, " J C 1-
, , Jesse Coo lc,Carbon, 79 49 'John Decker, Henderson 599 27 186 91,37 521
do traveling expenses,
$. , Michael Myers, Cromwell, RU 53 , "John C. 31111er, Ilunting'n 843 35 268 91165 Gll5B 43
do sundry persons
11. C. Robinson, Dublin, 24 03 - Jackson Harman, Jackson 974 511 253 70;70 72133 23
• 1414 Henry Crane, Franklin, 548 13 A. D. Doan, Juniata 84 3.121 47 631 8201 805
Statement No. 10, for September.
Le, i Decker, Henderson, 43 05 (Terry Moore, Mortis 1557 061 195 35199 91126 00
Samuel R. Douglass, Shieley, :34 09 tlohn Lee, Penn, 347 69 127 54 26 59 34 65
Py cash paid Penna. Railroad, freight, 295 Robot t IT. Davis, 11 - test, 211 03 "Robb. A. Laird, Porter 1051 85 450 39 07 83 5 26, 50
do John Lutz, Jr., farm work, 750 1804 .ooca go Lens, Sbilloyeiburg, 150 /3 19 73 8474 75
do traveling expenses, :315 Alexandi ia, -Henry C. Weaver, Snirley, 1099 41 303 83 04 27 31 83
to sundry way fin ing paupers, 155 armee, -Wen. Dutshall, Springfield, 1:0 87 07 57 14 81 13 78
do miscellaneous, 181 Brady -Jacob Elias, Tod 760 43 105 44 35 01,39 00
2assville, -Levi Smith, union, 557 25 160 41 33 43,47 00
11 213 ass'-Joseph P. Watson, Walk .er. 02 05 121 07 44 62118 53
Statement Icon, for October. -', Cl oy, -Jonathan Wilson, West, 1302 031 205 54185 79;35 43
Sly cash paid Penna. Railroad , freight. Ac., 3 63 ne, Ciente *Goo Weston, Woe Doe mark,l 742 731 120 35174 111103 73
do postage stamps and en vedopes, 1 87 ' Alston, 8 5
* Sines paid Is full.
do traveling expenses, out dour business, 13 70 3, Dublin
b, Since pahl in pm t.
de sending away pAu,,ers, 2 05 mynah)
... tu awyether_th,s.,...4-..r.... re..........- - -5e..,-.
do miscellaneous.- - ' " 5535 -50-" Is
Statement No. 12, for Norembcr
Dy cash pai'l Penna. Railroad, freight, Sc., 12 05
do Peter Myers, postage, 1 50
do traveling expenses, looking after paup. 7 62
do miscellaneous, 1 50
Ey Nni2 ry I.Sb:ward,
Allow :10m to Mrs. Tate nn Matron,
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Nom—Relief trot afforded in sundry out door cases, by
meat, flour, clothing, 5:c., given out of the Douse by Oro
Steward, which does not appear in the above general
statement, via:
To James Gamble awl family. clothing, &T., S2O 50
To Ephraim linekenberry, wheat, flour, sundries, 25 15
Alto about 100 meals were supplied to sun - dry wander
ing and wayfaring paupers, during the year. Also, were
given to the same about 12 pairs those, 12 pair pantaloons
12 shirts, and 6 knit roundabouts.
In testimony atom correctness of tho above account and
statement wade hereto set our hands this fifth day of De
cember, A. D. 1565. JOYS LOOAN,
lIENRY DAVIS,
JOIIN FLEE NER,
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fob? Directors of the Par.
ECEIPTS & EXP.ENDITURES
oldie Iluntindou County Alms Douse, from tiro
In day of December, A. D. 1864, to sth day of December,
A. D. 1816, luclusivo:
RECEIPTS
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To amt. drawn from the co treasury, on orders, $5526 66
0.0. Tate . for Kilda detailed in his occitiut, other
than county orders ; 290 52
EXPENDITURES.
FARM', Marked Elle P.
By Mary persons for farm labor, No.l to 7, $390 85
12 &J. Porgrin, harvesting, 8, 23 75
Nt'illiant McMullin, fenclug, 9 & 10, 27 37
K. lisrvey, wagon work and repairing, 11 2.12, 28 95
nenry Myers, emithing, 23, 83 75
Cunningham & °trim, closersocd, 14, 29 25
Euudry porsons for sundries. 15 to 17, 17 60
PROVISIONS. Marked Filo P
By ~u pd r y palm; 4(05 IDs. boef, No. 1. to 6, ii 7 31
A. lisaravx, 3U bus. corn, 2 bus wheat, 'O, 99 80
i 5200 itOrCr,4 busbolspotatoes, 7, 300
SIENCILAS.:I3IBI3. narked rite 3L
By R. 51. Cunningham &Co., merchandise, 1 to 4, 417 17
A. B. Cunningham lc Co. do 5 ihi 83
Wm. B. Leas, _ du 6& 7, 100 60
Wm. lilooro & Son,do 8a 9, 78 12
Win. N. Drowsier, do 10, 61 56
Ludrich,nneadler & Co., do 11, 62 43
Sundry persons, do 10 to 27, 250 72
OUT DOOR. Marked File 0. D
By relief afforded in 5 cases, constant andawait/-
none throughout the year, Ito 5, 325 00
Relief afforded in 8 cases, time less than year, av
eraging about 16 weeks '
• 13 to 13, 187 17
Relief afforded in numerous cases, without regard
to time, 14 to 38, 422 74
Funeral expenses, cordite, shrouds, attendance,
Sc., In numerous cases, 39 to 51, 77 04
Sundry physicians medicine, and attendance upon
out door paupers in sundry Caw.% 05 to 50, 08 75
Sundry physicians, medicine and attendance, por
sundry townships per agreement, viz: Porter,
West, sbiriey, Henderson, S Hamm, 60 to 04, 119 75
I , l4l4dolpilia nines honk*, keeping sund. pan. 65, 48 58
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REMOVALS. Marked Pile R.
By sondryjnstiees ofpeoce for off. foes, Ito 9, 21 60
Eood. persons, removing poop. to houso,lo to 20, 62 63
MISCELLANEOUS AND INCIDENTAL. Pilo I.
43,r eund. persons for pub. annual report, Ito 3, 97 00
do do for 33 tons coal, 4to 6, 132 01
Directors for sundry out door services, 7to 21, 196 77
Sundry persons, hones labor, sewing, Ac. 22 to 20, 61 79
do do shoemaking, 27 to 20, 35 26
do do wood cutting, 30 to 32, 65 00
David Ulcclq Esq., for commissions, 33, GO 81
Cox, Whitteman Co., 1 cook stove, 31, 40 00
Davis k Etnier, 6 coffins, 35, 24 00
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Sundry persons, sundries, 35 to 51, 79 05
Margaret Harris, services as Matron, '63, 52, 20 OD
Samuel Hoorer, duplicate Order. 53, 76 62
prune' Harris, do do 54, 000
SALARIES
By IL A.Mark, for services as Director,lo mos. 100 00
Henry Davis, do do do 12 132 00
John Logan, do do do 12 " 100 80
John Flenner, do do do 2 " 22 Oa
Dr. Rent. Baird, do as attend. pbyslcianl2 " 150 00
Henry Brewster, do as clerk, 12 '‘ 52 00
A. W Benedict, as roundel, 12 •' 20 00
STATBSIENTS.
BT G. G.
account,
for anndriers totaled in
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PRODUCTS OF FARM
680 bus. wheat, 60 bus. rye, 1150 bus. corn, (cars,) 500
hue. oste, 400 bus. potatoes, 20 bus. onions, 3 bus. soup
beans, 10 bus. beets, 30 bus. turnips, 10 bus partinips, 25
boa. cloversee4, 25 tons bay, 6 loads corn fodder, (4 boss%)
about 2,000 beads cabbage, 1800 lbs pork, 554 the beef. 14
stock bogs.
ARTICLES MANT/FACTURED.
64 pairs pantaloons,so shirts. 62 chimes°, 82 dresses, 10
vests, 30 pairs stockings and socks, 4 pairs mittens, 6 pre
drawers, 80 nprou•, 12 sacks, 39 skirts, 10 night raps, 21
Men's and boys' coat!, 28 comtorts,23 sheets, 25 towels,l6
bed ticks,l2 bolster slips, 23 pillow slips, 22 sun bonnets,
.5 boys' roundabouts, 5 pairs boys' pattaloont4l.2 baskets
ale°, brooms, so handles dc. • • .
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Alexander Stitt.Alexandria, _ 171 83
Samuel Myton, ilsrree, 1230 00
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M. L. Shaffner, Drafty 513 79
Is.° Anhui!), Cassrille, 68 31
Joseph Park, Cass 265 89
Samuel Dowser, Clay, 318 71
Daniel Daman, Crontwill, 671 51
George W. Johnston, Sheriff, Carbon, 1670 00
Wm. Clymans, Dublin, 019 05
Washington Reynolds, Franklin, 6 . 57 17
:12n W.lVOker, ' Henderson,
Elias Musser, Jackson,
Adin D. Dean, Juniata,
Michael Sprankle, Morrie,
Daniel hyper, Oneida,
George Long, Porn,
Robert A. Laird, Porter,
Jacob 11. Lilts Shirley,
Lets, George Le, Lilts,
Deckers Locke, tiprinallefti,
Valentine Suaittle, Tell,
Abraham Elias. Tod,
Levi Pheasant;Union.
Samuel Nigh fa!, Walker,
John Eyer, Wurriorernark,
James Maguire, West
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400 00
110 00 100 00
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Wm. Christy, Alexandria, '
305 00
Adam Warfel, Brady, 453 00
Joint Gibboney, Emu; 785 00
Isaac flab ton, Cassellle, 30 oa
Joseph Stemer, 015 i, • 425 00
Am Stevens, Clay, 325 00
Caleb Kelly, Cromwell, COO 00
George W. Johnston,Sheriff, Carbon, 1197 00
Jaynes Edwards, Coalmont, 181 63
Benjamin Stitt, Dublin, 00 00 -
George W. Vattern, Fmultlin, 2635 49
David Pouse, Ilopowell, 515 62
John C. Miller, Muotingdon, 3704 26
Jackson Harman, Jackson, 087 00
Adm B. Dean, Juniata, 350 00
Perry Moore,
Morris, 170 00
Wm. 'V. Mitler, cneala, 493 21
John Lee, Penn, 872 81
Robert A. Laird, Porter, . 100 u 00
George Lean, Shirleyeburg, 162 10
Maury C, Weaver, Shirley, 1290 00
Wm. ll uts hall, Springfield, 355 00
James Coulter, 'fell, 479 99
lumb Elias, Tod, 185 50
Levi Smith, Union 70 00
John Y. 11'atson, Walker, 680 00
Jonathan Wilson, West, 2100 00
George Weston, WarriorernarE", 1830 02 30063 06
Iteceived from J. A. Rash, lute Tren surer, 800 86
Militia Enos received, 507 72
School tax on unseated land, 28 37 Road " " " `• 11 62
Bounty " " " " 34 60
County " " " " 141 87 216 36
Fines and jury twos, from Sher. Johnston, 41 00
For old stove in Court room. 20 00
For old lumber of Drako's Ferry Bridge, 20 00
For rout of Court Musk - 14 00 95 00
$ SOT 18
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On commonwealth pro•ccutions paid to Atry.
Gen., Froty., Sheriff, and' witness a, $ 602 41
Constables for making returns and election fees, 471 41'
Wand and traversejurors, coustables,court cri
er and tip staves 1716 75
Judges, inspectors arid clerks of elections, 1059 35 .
Assessors of thusereral townships. 931 50
Inquisitions on dead bodies,' 44 70
Fox scalps and wild cats, 215 25
Road and bridge viows, 172 10
damages, George McCool, 25 00
Benjamin Norris, • 112 04 250 04 1
Blank books and stationery fur public offices, 350 63
Fuel for court house and jail, 450 40
Sheff. Johnston for boarding prieoners,•onvey•
lag convicts to the l'ouiteatlory, Lc., 702 40
Cleaning court houso, . 56 82
Washing for prisoners in jail, 5 00
Gas for court house and fixtures, 131 60
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Slaking Brat in du., 10 00
Aledicine,and attendanes ou prisoners. 0.00
Postage for part of isul and 1815, 70 21
61erchandhe for court house and jail, 70 00 301 72
Revenuu stamps and money lost when the safe
was blown up, BO 00
Penna. lunatic hospital for the maintenance of
D. Brotherline,C.Hower and J. Readings, 303 65
J. Lamberson, bridge across Anil wick
creek at meadow 80, - 565 01
Expenses of commissioners fur going to
lay out and inspect the same, 11 55 GO 65
Repairs of court house:
Cunningham A Sun for putting in beater, dig.
ging out cellar, and making drain, 1000 00
Repairing coal house, 5 00
D. Black, ulter'g A reseat`g court room 500 OU
making table and benches, 8 00 .
Hoffman & likeese, painting court honso 304 25
Wharton St Maguire, for paint, oil, Ac.. 181 47
Sundry persons far 'Turk done, - 17 37
Fence back of court house, , 00 33 2082 42
Repairs for jail :
Fund. persona for work done .1 cooking stove, 115 03
Bonds paid 017: Wm. P. Orbisou, 3051 00
Thos. Fisher, 1045 00 4000 00
Interest on county bonds:
John 11. Stiles, 3 yours Interest, 180 00
Joseph Park, 2 0 ~ 60 82
Wrn. P. Orbison, 150 OU
blarshall Yocum, 42 00
• Ruti)ph Brenneman, CO tat
Mrs. St. P. Read, 20 00
Theo. It. Cromer, 60 00
Ranch Dean El 50 010 82
Bounty paid volunteers, 50 00
Agricultural society, 100 60
W.C. Wagonor, Esq., Clerk of court of Quarter
Sessions fur ccrtiliCatCH, Ac. 120 07
Attorney for nonusers, A. W. Benedict, 55 00
Commissioners :
John Household r, in full for 1804, 65 50
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on account for 1563,
Jncon alillcr , in full for 1961,
on 11CL'Othlt for 1803, 200 00
M. P. Campbell, in full, 309 00
Adam Woeful, on account, . 69 00 'MG 00
Commissioners' Cisrk . , in full for 1604, 00 00
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For the year 1855,
Printing for the County
Nash .6 Whittaker, .
William Lewis,
John Lutz,
Refunding orders to sundry parsons, -
Bond tax to the following parsons:
Bottom townahlp, Joseph Biggins, 6 63
Jackson " Joe. W. Brooks, 52 11
llopetroll " John Beaver, 13 54
'Georg° Russell, 13 58 84 8'
School tam to the following parsons:
West township, John Henderson, 18 60
Carbon " Joseph Higgins, 60 48
.Brady" -S. It. Grove, 15 10
Franklin " Robert 31cPherren, 8 76
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HUNTINGDON, PA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1866.
JOHN HOUSE!
JACOB lIILLEI
,
ADAM WAItIO
Jr. TT. NILLBR, Clerk. Cony
PROP. J. 11. VENTYRE'S ORMIT REMEDY,
11111 AI COVOVID
hterilal aid atonal Igloo,
WILL CURE:
AlS' Blarrllcea, Bloody Flux In ono day,
.t Headache and Earache In three minute;
'. Toothache in ono minute.
.&i7' Neuralgia In Pre minutes,
J6Z - Sprains in twenty minutes,
45) . Sore Throat in tea minutes,
41. Chen° and Cramp in five minuteO,
Stir- Rheumatism in one day,
to. Pain in the Daek or Side in ton minutes,
ta,. Dad Coughs or Colds in one day,
Vta— Fever and Aguo in one day.
Ira. Cures Deafness, Asthma, Piles,
to. Bronchitis Affections, Dyspepsia,
M. Inflammation of tho Kidneys, Erytdpelas,
4„ . V... Liver Complaint and Palpitation of the Heart
Keep it in your Families—Sickness
comes when least expected. .
I propose to check, and effectually dissipate morn oche
and pain, and to accomplish more perfect equilibrium of
all the circulating fluids In the human untem, thou can
he effected by any other, or All other methods of medical
aid in the some space of time.
TilIS POPULAR REMBUY is fast coming into lase, for
the fact that I care, tree of charge, ell these com
plaints whenever there is au opportunity to do so. As
noon as it is applied it Mutest miraculously kills the pain.
Ido not ask yOl.l to buy before yon era certain of eflb
cloncy. If you have an ache or pain, it is warranted to do
all it purports on the label.
I do not propose to cure every diseaso—only a class
named by my directions. My liniment operates on chem
ical and electric principles, and is ' therefor°. appliable,
to the cure or natural restorative of all organic derange
ment arising from an improper circulation of the nerve
vita/fluids.
Prof. J. 11. IllcEntyroia INDIAN CO3IPOUND acts di
rectly on tho absorbents, reducing glandular and other
swellings in incredible hoa titne, without any po,sible
danger front its use under nay passible circumstances.
This is an internal and external medlcine—composed of
roots, herbs and barks, such as our forefathers used,—
There Is a bountiful supply unearth to curoall Complaints
Uwe only know what they were.
This has been a great Study with the Medical Faculty
for many years, to find out the kinds beet adapted to the
n'o'te complaints—hew to put them together, and what
proportions to use. J. H. MOO TYRE,
Proprietor, Reading, Pa.
For sale at Lewis' Book Store.
Huntingdon, Pa., Sept. 6, 1865. •
McENTYRE'
DANDELION PILLS ,
For all diseases arising from ova mums,. viz : Forer and
Ague, Dyspepsia, Catarrh in tbo Head, Weak and disor
dered Stomach, such as Indigestion, Sick Headache, Old.
dfness of the Dead, Il'eakneas of Sight, Windy Ailments.
Rheumatism, and Rheumatic Pains, Pains in the Rack or
Side, Nervous Debility, Lowness of Spirits, impurity of
the Blood, Blotches or Eruptions of the Body, Gravel,
Worms, Sc., Sc. Sold at 25 route per box. .
MaENTYRE'S
T.NDIA.2I I VEGETABLE
WORN DESTROYER !
Tidelnfallible medicine is warranted to expel worms in
all cases and may be given to children bf all ages, 03 they
are purely vegetable and perfectly harmless.
63 pan be had nt•Lou'ie' Book store, Huntingdon, Pa,
DR. VDNARD'S
STAR MAGIC LINIMENT
CU RES
RHEUMATISM,
NEURALGIA,
TOOTHACHE,
HEADACHE,
DIPTHERIA, or SORE THROAT,
CRAMPS, or
PAINS IN THE STOMACH,
SPRAINS,
and DI ARRII CE
SOLO AGENT,
SAMUEL H. SHOEMAKER,
HUNTINGDON, PA
Price Fifty Cents.
Face Ono Dollar.
4 Agents Wanted to sell the above?
'itroughout the Country.
Ifu n tin gdon , Oct. 25, 1806.
H EAD QUARTERS
NEW BOOM.
D. P. CWIN
INFORMS PUBLIC
THAT lIETAS
JUST OPEOD
MANDE: .7ii'l'OOK of! NEW GOODS
THAT
CAN'T BE BEAT
GI Li EA PNESS AND, QUALITY
CO,ME AND SEI
oct. 17 '65.,
1866.
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est triumph of the ngel
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LARGEST AND BEST
STOCK OF
MEM2
WALL PAPER
Ever Brought . to Huntingdon,
Is now ready for inspection and sale,
L. W S'
Book, Stationery anchllueic Store,
NEW AND ELEGANT STYLES
AT
LOWER PRICES
Than the same article can ho bought
in Philadelphia or Pittsburg.
OUR STOCK
Consists of upwardrs of
One Hundred. Different Styles
Wall & Ceiling Paper & Bordering,
FOR
The Parlor, Sitting Room, Dining
Room, Bed Boom, Hall,
Kitchen, Office, •
Store, Shop, &o.
Call at the "Globe" Building,
and e4utnine our stock and prices.
4 114- - icoLaW- - 41 isL•ll-41rm411
4104 1
.„'\ •
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND
SEWING MACHINES.
•
BGREENE has . just opined
. his MnDi2. Store, ono door wit of W Letyle` Doak
Otero, when he keeps constantly on hand STEINWAY
SONS' nod G A MILE'S I'lllllo Manuftcluring Company's
PIANOS, MASON t LI A3ILIN'S CAIIINET ORGANS and
CAItIIART,NEEDIIANI A CU.S' MELODEONS; Guitars,
Violins, Pito, Puttos; Guitar 11101 Violin strings.
MUSIC BOOKS—Golden Cludo,Ooklen Shower, Golden
Censor. Golden Trio, Ac., Ac.
SILENT NILSIO.-.41d 10 00111111111111 receiving from Phil.
adolphia all tho latest music, which persona at a diStanCo
wicking. can order, and kayo soot then by in nil.
Also GROVER A DAII fit'S Celebrated SEWING MA
CHINES—tho only machine net, ip addition ill 0300 Y
kiud of sowing. embroiders perfectly; sewing Silk and
Cotton of all kinds' and colors fur matinee.
POlllOllll buying Sowing Machines fully instructed in
tlio use of :limn.
Planes and Organs Warranted fur five years.
nos° wishing to boy any of the atom articles are in
vited to call and 4,annlne ml e o berme purchasing else.
whero My prices are Out same as lu Now York and
Philadelphia
Circulare of Instruments or Machines, emit promptly
upon application with oily additional toformation desire,).
. D. M. GREENE, o
Gill bisect, Huntingdon, Pa.,
set Ono door wuet ttChtte'is' Book Store
TUSINESS MEN, TAKE NOTICE!
It you want your card neatly printed on envel•
opoo, call at
. LEWIS' BOW AND ST4TIOIVRY STEOII.
JLANK BOOKS,
0,v 3 ,u.0us atzts, for sato at
LEWIS? 1100 K AND STATIONERY STO
VALL at D. P. GIVIN'S jf yoa - tpat
GOOD GOOD 3.
-PERSEVERE.-
Ell
D. P. GW/N.
1866.
ZeaMOTTO . W
'Sete Agent,
Jamta Creel,litintlngclon co., Pa,
gE
61ahe.
HUNTINGDON, PA
(Per the Globe.j
FRIENDSHIP
Aid what is life without a friend?
A mere delusive empty dream.
One days pass by In silent mood,
Without sweet Friendship's aid.
When the cold chilling hlasts of winter
Pierce the heart with cold neglect;
'TI then we know the worth of a friend—
It's then we'll test his worth.
Bat some, perhaps, will say, that they
As otter. prove ns false nsfnir.
Tho troth of this We intuit admit,
Yet there are some whom WO can tr.st
Yes, Otero aro sonic whose hearts aro true,
Whom rate Las never treated ill;
And wha tsilt, when thecold wind of ailreraity
Not to silence tarn away..
now sweet it is to bar° a frlond
Upon %shunt we always can depontll
When weary-worn, sad, oppressed,
To lay our ilebing head upon that breast
Of then, MOH fling each desponding care away
When such a friend we find,
And not in dreamy silence sit
To muse upon our lonely lot.
[For the Globe.J
HITNTINDON (OF THE KOUNTY,)
Febuary, fast of the week.
DEER SIM :—Man or wimmin are
critters who at times nead plesure, our
Staitsmen nead it, our warners nead it,
our early life is devoted to it, it are a
plesent thing to return to, it are a sad
thing to part with, and it aro what we
wood like to boy mixed with our lifes
in a preponderatin quantety. lam a
man what feels that to me it is match
of this life'S spice.
Sur, 1 went to the town of Main
don on Tuseday last 'to see my plesur.
The place it war to be seen was the
Cort House, so sod tho Globe. Tho
eashun was a selobashun of Good Tern•
plirs, an organizashun of cold water
yung mons and wimmins. I bed never
bin in the Cort House afore. Not both
a bisniss man I hey no lawyer aquain
tences, and hevin no legit quaintenees
never Navin no truble with my feller
man (cept them Filly-deify knuks) and
therefor line "werdant."
Sur, yu sbud be proud of yer town
that. I think not It are a style of
areiteeture unknown xcept among the
eiliost hethons; it are a splendid place
for cobwebs, spiders and dust to Purls!)
in. lam proud of that edifice.
I pado 3 5-sent notes and war• ad
mitted; I war pushed in rether. Thair,
war moray peepil there; it war a crowd,
a butiful proud, so dissimilar, so many,
so mutch variety. We saw the sin of
drunkiness acted upon the poor, not
for effect but In reality. The example
was befor us—heo profited by it? In
n pecuniary way the men who opposed
it—the Templirs. Thair irony wasnt
trubbild with the motions of whiskey
punches." It was acceptible. May it
be used for the furtherance of the cold
water privloge till men shall wash out
thair "spiritual inclinations."
Among that eencorso was wimihin,
heedful wimmin. How different wim
min air ! The modest face—bootiful
in its modesty—eyes that drop when
rudely met by sum admirin yuth who
makes his admiration evident to all
around him; but then he's a man and
winvni❑ must real his superiority,—
he feels it. Thair cams yer WOMI2Ib)
of style, of position. Duz her eyes
droop ? Oh, no ! she Inks thru yu like
a flash of litenin; like sum noble craft
she sweeps along, lookin neathor to
rite or left. Look out, little modesti,
yu will bo swamped. Soo how the lit
tle craft make way, sco the deferential
bow the admirer of modesty salutes
her with. Did she return it. Yes, the
mity bed moved, scarcely, but yet enull
to make the world be seakors for her
smiles and pant with envy. She was
heedful, but it was a conshus buty; it
was adorned; art lent nature all her
weppins—they were all used. 0, what
a pitty gods hewn ladies so soon !
How much formality wood be saved,
how much cold kindness would be lost,
and how much heartfelt given insted
How many yung men Wood be saived
the mortification of feelin thair rotes
worent fastattiablo, thair collars too
loose, their boots. too big, their gate
awkward; They must keep up stile,
Do yu think they are bettor men inn
wardly,eoz the.outwardman is so pre- '
sentible. Ask yer merchant, yer ban
ker; yes broker. Too menny young
fellers hey gone to durance wilo—eaus
why,—they land to koap up stile. $4 . 0
per me. wont do it.
Yung ladies, try to be gurls. It may
not be possible, but try. Be Cristiana.
Dont snigger wen sum yang man pas
ses ye who lookS "quear." Think so
as much as ye like, but dont let yer
theta ran into giggles. The "qucar"
yung man may 'hey feelins, he may be
sensitiv. No lady wood wound
As soon as yu put on long frocks and
speak without lispin, then every little
jackwe in pantaloons must ho looked
after an sniggered at. Why yu make
him a man, or rather a young gentle
man, afore he kih dispense with bread
TERMS, $2,00 a year in advance.
an molasses. Irne an ole man, not in
yeres so much as in xsporience. Think
of this advice, an if I dim to see yu
ages, I hope I can find impruvement.
"Musick both charms," &c. “He
that bath not music in his soul," &a.—
thus seth the poicks. Mr. Editer, I
must be a willain. I boy sum musick
in my soul, but I bey not a cultivated
taist. We had muSick at the Cott
House, instrumental an vocal: They
sung an invitashen him to thair "Fath•
er to cum hum, the clop strati 01:10."
Now, awl I got to say is this, bed my
children wanted /110 to cum home they
coed hay adopted no better. way to
keep me out than a singing that song,
less the back door was open, and
coed her got in without them seeing,
or me a hearing them. It were snuff
to drive a porker from his pen. .Vo
calists, pardon me. Hogs bey no taist
for music, an I mai bay a hogish taist.
The Band of Brass vas there. They 1 1
was pooty good; they plaid merry
tunes at wonst an they was good tunes
but not *muff of any one. It was a
mudley they told me. I thot it was
coz one feller. stuck.
They bed all trines of nuriafireent
their—confeeshunery, leo creme, istors,
steed, raw, or in cans. let plentiful
of them things and felt so good aftei,
that Ivo bin takin pills; they want to
stay with me so much, an I dont want
them.
There was one fixeu I did like, and
that was a post office, but they - did
charge awful postage. I saw a feller
git a letter that cost ten Bents. It
must have cum frum furren parts—he
sed it was a furred hand. But the
man that wud object to pay to them
post misses thair foe shod hey to maik
his own bred, sow on his own boffins,
Wash his own clothin and reed the.
Kongresional Ripports understandinl
(no man can do that last.) I tell you,
sir, them was niso yang wimmin—so
affabil, so-kind, so* smilin, so nice to
-hey about a house. I wonder if one a
them would like to have "Werdant
threds when they is a nittin. If they
wad Irne "to -let, inquire within" the
county.
"Shoo is the Buti ?" That's what
I seed on the walls. I looked at ee
ry body—they was eo many I chime
them awl, partiely one Yung wommin.
She war magnifersent—what eyes she
bed! I felt as I wer a pound a butter
xsposed to an Awgust sun, on a tie
roof. I waz melted. My hart has bin
runnin from me ever since. I hope
she will take good care of it. Its down
her way sumwhero; please dont tread
on it. Imo cumin doun for it soiln, 193
Ile swop with her. Mr. Editor, pleze
say stunthin for me—toll her to "kiss
him for his muther." Tell her there's
a "si in the hart"—tell her "nun see
her but to lave her." Iraq the
Well, about this booty. They deci
ded to elec by ballit the booti. Some
yang men maid a "speeco"ial arrange
ment to wote for a "spcoce"ial young
woman Ospeoce"ially. She was a
"speece"ial favrite, and as a "speeeei:
men of there gQO,4 10q gave her a
"speeee"ial majority of 156 yotps..
voted for ber, coz Ime a merican, and
the majority must rule on "sp.eeep"ial
occashins. No ruled. Columbia rules
the wave and wimmin rules the malp
'department. .
Wishin to agin cum to yuro festive
town on festive occashuns, I am much
plezed with the cold water fokes and
hope their =broilers may be ont of
order durin rains.
WERDAAST SEEMES.
A PARAGRAPH ABOUT .Hoes.—The
Lafayette (Indiana) Courier says:—
'Sohn Opp sold in this market, a. few
dayS since, a small lot of choice hogs
twenty four in . number, which merit
special mention as illustrating the ad
vantage of improved breeds and sys
tematic feeding. Nearly the entire lot
were March and April pigs, crossed
with Suffolk, and their sale this winter
calls to mind the old Dutch adage,
"Litter in the spring, and winter in the
barrel," the plain English of which is
that hogs cat their heads off in the
winter season. Mr. Opp has a shel
tered pen and plain floor for feeding,
with a small pen attached, also plank
ed, through which a stream of pure
cold water is constantly passing. The
pen is kept clean and the hogs fed at
regular intervals. Salt and ashes
mixed with their food at least once a
week, keeps the animals perfectly
healthy, and the average weight, as
compared with other lots of hogs less
carefully handled, demonstrates the
advantage of a little extra care and
attention in preparing hogs for mark
et. The average weight of the twenty
four hogs was three hundred and forty
pounds."
- -
THE greatest of ail female charms, in
the eyes of unprincipled men, is nov.
'city; and that the most charming lose.
THE 0 - I_)O3EM
JOB PRINTING OFFICE.
THE"GLOBE JOB OFFICE" ie
the moot complete of any In the country, and pal
ming the most ample facilltire for promptly executing in
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.
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NO. 35.
. ,
GALL AND =Urn SPIRIT9I of .
AT ram's , BOOK, STATIONERY A IAVSIO krok
ItAuoAp Rpnwit
We looked towards the young lady
for a concluding tale of the ,train, and
that Scheherezade , of our copartment,
without the least pretense of incapaci
ty or hoarseness, communicated at .
once the following alive:Mare
"Although," she commenced,' "I am
often compelled •to travel , without a
companion" (the commercial iravelen
sighed,) "yet ;have I such a clislike,to
the company of babies and flick fe,lk
that
,I never make - a journey:in the
dies' carriage. Only Onee,'however,
have I suffered any inconvenienne
through my unprotected condition, and
that exception occurred very,' lately,
and upon this very line. After Ifiaq
taken my seat one miming nel4o
- in an empty carriage, -;
joined, just as the train was moving Or,
by a strange looking young man with
remarkably long flowing hair. He,,
was, of course, a little hurried, ties,
seemed, besides i to be so disl e nrind an?!
wild that I was quite alarmed for fear,
°ibis not being in his right mind, nor
did his subsequent conduct at all nes : ,
sure 'me. Our train was an express,
and he inquired eagerly at once which
was the first station ribereat we were
advertised to stop. I consulted my
Bradshaw, and furnished him with th 4
required information. ft was Beading..
The young man fonked at his watch:
, •
'Madam,' said he, have but half ,
an hour between me end, it may be,
ruin. Exeuse, therefore, my abrupt
ness. 'iron have, I perceive; api ir`of
scissors in your workbag. Oblige me
if you please, by cutting off my hair'
'Sir,' said I, 'it is impossible. , '
'Madam,' he urged, and a-look of se
vere determination crossed his features
'I am a desperate man. Beware how
you refuse me what I ask. Gut my
hair off—short,'elose to the roots---ith l
mediately ; and here is a newspaper to
bold the ambrosial curls'
iiihoWlhe_w_pajria—otiv=l , *
and believing that It would be danger
ous to thwart him, lent off all his hair
to tbe last lock.
'Now, madam,' said he, unlocking
small portmanteau, you will. further
oblige me by looking out of the wina
ow, as I am about to change pluthes:i
`Of course I looked out of the win-.
dew for some time, and when he ob !
served, 'Madam, I need no longer put,
you to any inconvenience,' I did not
recognize the young.mo.n in the least;
"Instead of his f9,rmer rather gay
costume, he was attired in black, and
wore a gray wig and silver spectacles;
ho looked like 'respectable divine. of
the Church of England, of about sixty
four years of 4 go to complete that
character, he held. a ; volume of:ETmts
ens hiElband, which- 7 -they appeared
Qo to AlAort).4iil l. 7 - talght have been hie
own.
do not wish to threaten yeti,
young lady,' he resumed, 'and I think'
besides, that I can trust your 4ind fees
Will you promise me nct to reveal this
metamorphosis till your journey's end.
said I, 'Most certainly.'
"At Reading the guard and a pers9
in plain clothes looked into our. ear ;
'You have the ticket, my love,' said
tho young man, blandly, and IpolFißg
at me fR though he were my father.
'Never mind, sir; we don't want
them,' said the official, as he withdre7
with his companion.
'I shall now leave you, madam,' A.
served ray fellow traveler, as soon as
the coast was clear; 'by your kind and
courageous conduct you have saved
my life, and, perhaps, even your own'
'ln another minute he was gone, and
the train was in motion. Not till
the next morning did I le!arp from the
Times newspaper that tho gentleman
on whom I had operated as hair-cutter
had committed a forgery to an enor
mous amount in londor a.few hours
before I met him, and that he bd,d
been tracked into the express train at
naddington; but that, although the
telegraph had been put in raotimi , and
- described him accurately, at.ReadhlW
when the train was siaithed, he was
nowhere to be fonrid."
THE Buffalo . Commercial Advertiser
says that the annals of the Inebriate
Asylum at Binghamton, New York,
reveal moat fully the fact that drunk
enness is by no means confined to the
lower classes. The Asylum was par
tially opened in - 1861, and up t 0,1864
there were 7,145 applications for pia
.cos, from every State in the Union and
from Europe, Affrxico, the British;pros
vinces, &c. 6f the whole , number 80
were clergymen, 8 judges, 196 lawyers
326 physicians, 310 merchants; 50q
farmers, 240 gentlemen, and 805 *ot
men. It was stated at the tafe•Te*
perance filniventfon at, Saratoga
the names of 1,800 rich men's danii
ters in New York are on the list of
applicantsior admission to the Asylum
What a nommentary is this on the ter.
rible consequences of the pri#ll64
habit of social drinking ?
BILL HEADS,
TUE METAMOR.OOB7B