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"091 c 6106 c.
The following is the - new income
tax, which is tixed at a uniform rate,
ami goes into effect March - I, IS67'.
The tax on incomes 10r1566 is to be
levied the day this act goes into ef
Income from gains, profits from
property, rent, interest, dividends, or
salaries from any profession, trade, or
any employment, a tax on the amount
so derived over one thousand dollars,
0/ 5 per cont.
And in addition to one. thousand
dollars exempt from income tax, all
national, State, comity, mid municipal
taxes paid within the year shall be de
ducted from the gains, profits, or in
come of tho person who has actually
paid the same, whether such person
be Owner, tenant, or mortgagor losses
- sustained during the year
arising from fires, shipwreck, or incur
red in trade, and debts ascertained to
be worthless, but excluding all estima
ted depreciation of values and losses
within the year on sales of real estate
purchased two years previous to the
year for which the income is estima
ted ; the amount actually paid for la
bor or interest by any person who
rents lands or hires labor to cultivate
land, or. who conducts any other busi
ness from which income is actually
derived; the amount actually paid by
any person for the rent of the house
or premises occupied as a residence for
himself or his family; the amount paid
out for usual or ordinary, repairs :
Provided, That no deduction shall be
made for any amount paid out for
new buildings, permanent improve
melds, or betterments, made to increase
the vidtie'of any property or estate :
And provided further, That only ono
deduction of one thousand dollars shall
be made from the aggregate income of
all the members of any family, com
posed of one or more .minor children,
or husband and wife; that guardians
shall betillowed to make Bach deduc
tion in favor of each and every ward,
except that in case where two or more
wards are comprised in one family,
and have joint property interest, only
one deduction shall be made in their
favor : And provided further, That in
eases where the salary or other com
pensation paid to any person in the
employment or service of the United
StateS shall not exceed the rate of one
thousand dollars per annum or shall be
by fees, or uncertain or irregular in the
amount or'in the time during which
the same shall have accrued or been
earued, such salary or other compen
sation shall bo included in estimating
the annual gains, profits, or income of
the person to whom the same shall
have been paid: In estimating the
gains, profits, and income of . any per
son, there shall be included all income
derived from interest upon notes,bonds,
and other U. S. securities ; profits
realized within the year from sales of
real estate purchaSed within the years
previous to the year for which income
is estimated ; interest received or ac
bilicArupon all notes, bends, and 'mort
gages, or other forms of indebtedness
bearin g interest, whether paid or not,
if good and collectable, less interest
which has become due upon said. per
son during the year ; the amount of all
prhminms on gold and coupons; the
amount of sales on live stock, sugar,
wool, butter, cheese, pork, beef, mut
ton, or other meats, hay and grain, or
other vegetable•or other productions,
being the growth or produce of the es
tate of such persons, not including any
part thereof consumed directly by the
family; all other gains, profits, and in
come deriVed from any source what
ever.; except the rental value of any
hotrieStead used or occupied by any
person or by his family in his own
right or in the right of his wife; and
the share of any person of the gains
and profits of all companies, whether
incorporated or Rartnership, who
would be entitled to the same if divi
ded, whether divided or otherwiso.P,X
copt,ttio ainount of income received
from institutions or corporations
tyhose officers, as required by law,
Withhold a per centum of the divi
dends made by such institutions, and
pay the same to offieerS authorized to
receive the same ; and except that por
tion of the salary or pay received for
services in the civil, military, naval or
other - service of the United States, in
cluding Senators, Representatives and
Delegates in Congress, from which the
tax hit - §been deducted.
The administrative sections of the
new act relate almost entirely to the
ttl.' - x'on - distilled spirits. It provides
that hereafter "all distilled spirits .be
(bre being removed from the
shall be inspected a,nd guaged by a
general inspector of spirits, who shall
mark the barrels or packages in the
manner required by law, and so much
of the act approved July 13, 1366, as
requires j,ll9 . .ivpoinimpqof an inspec
tor for each distillery established ac
cording to law, is repealed. It is pro
vided that such other duties .as have
heretofore been_imposed upon inspec
tors Of distilleries, may be performed
by such other duly appointed officers
as may be designated by - the Commis.
sioner.of Internal Revenue."
SHORT SHRIFT AND A BULLET.-
Judge Lynch makes short work of
horse thieves in Missouri. The follow
ing are two instances of his inexorable
- judgments. They took place in Moho
ry county: -
"One MOoye, was accused of stealing
horses, in- eendection" with 'others, and
it seems his neighbors were the princi
pal sufferers, and wore determined to
put a stop to it. Consequently, the
country generally turned out, went to
Moore's home, took him out, shot him
all to pieces and left him. His remains
were not found for two or three days,
and were nearly eaten up by hogs.
He was recognized only by his shoes.
As a matter of course, no ono knew
who did the deed.
"Another than was disposed of in
hermitage, who is said to be implies
ted-with Moore,i by the name of Car
roll Pitts. He declared his intention
to die before ho would bo taken, and
had a few friends to back him. Ho
went to Hermitage attended by only
one of his party, when fifty two of the
opposite party rode up, surrounded and
called on him to surrender, which he
refused to do and started to run,
whereupon ho was fired on by the par
ty and killed instantly, two balls pass.
ing through his head.
The General Bankrupt Law.
Synopsis of (ho Leading Features
The jurisdiction in bankruptcy cases
is given by the act to the several Dis
trict Courts of the United States, with
the United States Circuit Court acting
in a supervisory capacity as Courts of
Equity. The judges of the District
Courts will be assisted in the perfor
mance of their duties imposed upon
them by registers in bankruptcy, who
are required to be counsellors of those
courts, or of some of the Courts of
Record of their several States. The
power of the Registers is limited, and
provision is made for reference of dis
puted questions to the District Court
Judges, and fbr appeals from the Dis
trict Courts to the Circuit Courts, and
from tile latter, in cases where the
matter in dispute shall exceed two
thousand dollars, to the Supreme Court
of the United States.
There are two kinds of bankruptcy
contemplated by the act; voluntary
and involuntary. In the former any
person residing within the jurisdiction
of the 'United States, owing over three
hundred dollars, and finding himself
insolvent, may apply by petition to the
judge of the district in which ho has
resided for the six mouths preceding
the date of the petition, or for the long
est period during such six months, and
shall thereupon be declared a bank
rupt. The creditors, having been
properly notified by the court, meet
together and appoint ono or more as
signees of the estate of the debtor; the
choice to be made by the greater part
in value and in number of the credi
tors who have proved their debts, or in
case of failure to agree, then by the
District Judge, or where there are no
opposing creditors, by the Register.
The whole affairs of the bankrupt pass
into the hands of the assignees, who
have had powers granted them neces
sary for the collection of all debts and
the final adjustthent and closing up of'
the estate. Stringent regulations are
made for the proper deposit and safe
keeping of all moneys received from
the estate; and where delay is likely
to occur from litigation in the final dis
tribution of the assets the court is em
powered to direct their temporary in
vestment. The bankrupt is liable at
all times to be called up for examina
tion on oath upon all matters relating
to the disposal or condition of his
property or to his business transac
dons, and for good cause shown his
wife may in tike mantle': be compelled
to attend as a - witness in the case.
In the distribution of the bankrupt's
estate dividends aro to be paid as
agreed upon by a majority in value of
the creditors, from time to time, fit
three months' intervals, but the fol
lowing claims are first to be paid in
full : First, the fees, costs and all ex
penses under the bankrupt act; second,
all debts, taxes and assessments duo to
the United States; third, all State
debts, taxes and assessments; wages
due to any operative, clerk or house
servant to an Amount not exceeding
fifty dollars for labor performed with
in six months preceding the bankrupt
cy; filth, all debts duo to any persons
Who aro or may be entitled to prefer
ence by laws ,of the United States.
The voluntary bankrupt is entitled to
his discharge provided no fraud is
proved against him, at any time from
sixty days to one year after adjudica
tion cf bankruptcy ; but the proof or
discovery of any fraud or concealment
deprives him of the right to discharge.
No person who has once received his
discharge is to be entitled again to be
come a voluntary bankrupt, unless his
estate is sufficient to pay seventy per
cent. on his debts, or unless three
fourths of his creditors assent in writ
ing to his bankruptcy. Preferences
and fraudulent conveyances are declar
ed void by the act, and - suitable pro
visions are made for the voluntary
bankruptcy of partnerships and corpo
The exemptions under the law are
Tho necessary household and kitch
en furniture, and such Other articles
and necessaries of such bankrupt as
the assignee shall designate and set
apart, having reference in the amount
to the family; condition and circum
stances of the bankrupt, but altogether
not to exceed in value, in any case,
the.sam of $500; and also the wearing
apparel of such bankrupt, and that of
his wife and children, and the uniform,
arms and . equipments of any person
who is or has been a soldier in tho mi
litia or in the service of the United
States; and such other property as
now is or hereafter shall be exempted
from attachment or seizure or levy on
execution by the laws of the United
States, and such other property, not
included in the foregoing exceptions,
as is exempted from levy and sale upon
execution or other process or order of
court, by the laws of the State in which
the bankrupt has his domicile at the
time of the commencement of the pro
ceedings in bankruptcy to an amount
not exceeding that allowed by such
State-exemption laws in- force in the
Acts of involuntary 'bankruptcy tin
der the law are classified as follows :
Departure or absence, from the State
where debts aro Owed, with intent to
defraud the creditors; concealment to
avoid•service of procesS for the recove
ry of debt; concealment of property
to avoid seizure on legal process; as
signments designed to delay, defraud
or hinder creditors; arrest and deten
tion for seven days, under execution
for a debt exceeding one hundred'dol
lars; assignment, gift, confession of
judgment, or any other act by which
preference is given to any creditor,
endorser or surety; dishonoring com
mercial paper, or suspending and not
resuming payment for fourteen days.
The petition for an adjudication of
bankruptcy in such cases may come
from ono or more creditors whose
debts reach two hundred and fifty dol
lars; but the petition must be brought
within six months after the act of
bankruptcy has been committed, In
involuntary bankruptcy the proCeed
ings aro made more stringent than in
the other description of cases. The
penalty : for any fraud or concealment,
direct I)l%h:direct, under the act, is im
prisonment, with or without hard la
bor, for a term not exceeding three
There, are other details in the act,
relating to the duties of the officers
appointed and authorized under the
law, the amount of fees, &0., which are
interesting only as matter of detail.
1101130 bills printed at this Wilco
Foreign and Domestic
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The attention of
MECHANICS, FARMERS, BUILDERS,
and buyers generally, is invited to tbo fact that we aro
able offering a BETTER ASSORTMENT of
HARDWARE, CUTLERY &C.,
than can Le found elsewhere in this part of tho State, at
prices to suit tho times. Our stock comprises all articles
In this lino of business, embracing a general assortinet4
of TOOLS and MATERIALS stied by CARPENTERS,
BLACKSMITHS, CARRIAGE and WAGON MAKERS
JOINERS, Le„ &c., together with a large stock of
Iron, Steel, Nails, Spikes, Railroad and
Mining Supplies, Saddlery, Rope,
Chains, Grindstones, Circular,
Mill and Cross. Cut Saws,
Enamelled, - Finished
and Plain Hol
Coal Oil Lamps and Lanterns,
Oil and Powder Cans.
KNIVES; FORKS, DESSERT, TEA
AND TABLE SPOONS, SUS
_ ORS, RAZORS, &O. •
BRITTANIA & Bairn PLATED WARE
Household, Horticultural and Farm
Of the latest and most improved patterns ;
CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND FOR SALE
AT MANUFACTURERS' PRICE'S.
CARRIAGE & WAGON MAKERS
fill Butt a general amortruent of material for their use
consisting in part of
Carriage Trimmings, Hubs, AS'pokes,
Rims, ArleS, Springs, Nuts, Bolts,
Washers, 3.laßeable Irons, Pa
tent and enamelledLeather,
`ll 7 lajn, Tongues, Sac
hets,. Shafts, &e.
ANVILS, BELLOWS, VICES,
S LEDGES, HAMMERS,
HORSE ANJ MULE SHOES,
Horse Nails, and all kinds of Iron& Steel
\VIII land in our establichuiont a superior stock or
H AM MERS,
SASII•COIIDS, &C., &C.
MINING AND MINERS' GOODS.
NAILS and SPIKES, of all varieties
BLASTING POWDER, POSE,
t.,OAL PICKS AND 2110 VELS.
V s EL/?ZiaLer•
Can .ho accommodated with everything to their lino from
n Ornin Separator to a Whet-stone.
313 till el•zsx•...
Are especially invited to call and exantino our stock of
1111t1 compare our prices with others.
Comprising the famous Russell
Reaper, Mower, and Dropper, combined,
RundelPa First Premium HORSII PITCHFORK,
Hay Fork. 4,
Trace and Halter Chains,
Breast Clad as,
• Curry Combs,
Cards, &c., he.
Among Ile sgecialtica of our Home, we dealro to call
attention to tho celebrated
The exclusive right to sell which is vested in us. Send for
acircul.tr and gnt fill particulars of same, and satisfy
yourself of its superior qualities.
Scales of all sizes and descriptions, including
Tea and Counter Scald,
Grocers' and .Druggists' Scales,
Rolling _Mill, Wheelbarrow, Pork, Port
able, Hopper, Miners and Trans.
portation, Hay, Cattle and
FURNISHED AT MANUFACTURERS'
The largest and best assortment of
GLASS, PAINTS, OIL & PUTTY,
Ever offered in this place
A GREAT VARIETY OF
COOK & PARLOR STOVS.
ALL SIZES OF
NAILS AND BRADS,
Ily the keg. Very low I
Ilea Norway nail, rod, bar an hoop Iron.
STEEL, of all sizes and descriptions
WAGON , BOXES,
IRON AND BRASS WIRE
Lard, Lubricating and Coal OD,
By the barrel or gallon, at very low figures.
.I:st- A call is respect fully soPcited, feoling confi
dent atat our goods and prices will not fail to
- WHARTON & MAGUIRE.
punting,q,n, 14'..`ria3 , 27, 18C,1%
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WHILE YOU MAY
WITH YOUR MERRY
Bells and Eleigh!!
For all Kinds of
ROUND AND OPEN, LOOSE AND
STRAPPED IN EVERY STYLE,
SLEIGH RUNNERS, SOLES,
SHAFTS, FENDERS AND
WILLOW SLEIGH BODIES,
JAS. A. BROWN'S
HARD\VAR - ±; STOAT,
Hill st., Huntingdon, Pa.
Where he also Offers at Reduced Pri-
ces a Splendid Assortment of
Hot Air Rogisters for Ceiling, &c.
New Patent Lanterns,
LAMPS and OIL,
W. W. pledges himself to furnish material and wart;
euenship equal to any in tho country, at a fair price. Call
and ace, before you purchase °lowlier°. Shop on the
orner of Montgomery and s• a.. Ifuntingdon,
PAINTS &VARNISHES linntingilon,May 18 1955.
LOCKS, HINGES, SCREWS,
And an endless Variety of Goods
in the HARDWARE line
DON'T FORGET THE
Authorized WAR CLAIM AGENCY
W. H. WOODS,
AUTHORIZED GOVERNIVT AGENT,
.lnd Attorney for Soldiers and their Bien*.
Ile will prosecute and collect, with unrivalled success.,
Soldiers' Claims and Dues of all kinds. Also, any other
kind of Claim against the Gcvernment, before any of the
$lOO ADDITIONAL BOUNTY ! !
NEW BOUNTY LAW PASSED !
Attention, Discharged Soldiers!
The Act of Congress approved July 28, 1860. gives $lOO
additional bounty to all soldiers who enlisted for three
years and were discharged by reason of expiration of
service, or who were discharged for wounds received in
battle and who have not received snore than $lOO bounty
for such service. Au additional bounty of $lOO is also at.
lowed to the nearest relative of soldiers who enlisted for
a. term of three years nud who died or were killed in the
service, to be paid in the following order: First, to the
widow; second, to the children ; third, to the father, and
fourth, to the mother.
By applying, to W. H. WoOda, of Huntingdon, Hunting
don county, Pa., you can have your ponsiona increased
two dollars a month for each .alni every child you bare,
and when the widow has married or died, tho children aro
entitled to tho increase.
. . .
To all who have brought home the bodied of their
friends who died-or were killed In the service of the United
States, there is a certain amount of compensation allowed
you fur the expensed incurred tit bringing home tho ho.
dies of your friends, 1711 i eh you can obtain by making ap
plication to me.
Invalid Soldiers, Attention 1
The Oct Of Congress, approved June 6, 1866, gives addi
tional pensions to the following class of persons:
Soldiers who have lost both eyes or both bonds, $25
per month; who' barc lost both feet $2O per month; who
have lost ono hand or ono foot, or totally disabled in tho
eatne, $l5 per month.
Persona echo have been deprived of their pensions in
consequence of being in the civil service of the United
States Government, can ho restored to the pension roll by
applying to inc.
Fathers and mothers who were in whole or hi part de-
Pendent upon their sons for support are entitled to a pen.
sion. Also brothers and sisters under sixteen years of ago
All discharged soldiers who did not receive transports:
'lion to their places of enlistment when discharged, are
entitled to receive it; and also all who were held as prise;
nut's of war, and did not receive commutation of rations
when released or discharged, are entitled to It.
Officers who were itt the service on the 3d of March,
1865, and were discharged after the 6th of April, 1565, by
applying to me can receive three months extra pay.
Soldiers of 1812 I
All soldiers, or soldiers' widows, of the war of 1812,
who have served two months, or been wounded or disabled
in such sorvico, if in necessitous circumstances, nro enti
lied to an annuity of $lO.
All veteran soldiers who gave their credit to districts it.
the State of Pennsylvania, and who received no loca
hounty,,are entitled to receive three hundred
All persons having any of the above-mentioned claims,
or any other kind of claim against the United States or
State Government.% will please address me, giving full
particulars, enclosing a stamp for return postage, and
they will receive a prompt reply.
W. 11. WOODS,
Authorized Army and Nary iiar•Claim Agent,
ang15,1866 Ilmitmonocr, Pl.
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MU'S' ICA', INSTRUMENTS AND
- g --- ? M. GREENE has just opened
.1. ji., hi., Sleety Store, ono it. or west or W Lewis' Hook
Store, where Ie keep, yomitantly on hand STEINWAY ,h
SONS' :Ind 0 AllilLE'S Piano Manufacturing Company's
PIANOS, MASON ,h HAMLIN'S CABINET ORGANS dud
CA It HART, NEEDHAM Si CO.S' MELODEONS; Guitars,
Viuliiiii, Fifes, Etutel; Guitar and Violin Strings.
31 USIC BOOKS—Golden Chain, Golden Shower, Golden
Censer. Golden Trio, Ac., &y.
SHEET SIUSIC.—tre Is constantly receiving from Phil.
relelphia all the latest music, which persons at a distance
wishing, Can miler, and have sent theni by in nil.
Also UROVEIt A BAKER'S Celebrated SEWING MA.
IHNES—the only machine that, in ndilition to every
rind of serving, embroiders perfectly; serving Silk and
'otton of all kinds and colors for machines.
Persona buying Sewing Machines fully instructed In
the me of them.
." fp Virtuosi awl Organs Warranted for five years.
_Those Wishing-le buy any of the lames articles are in
vited to Mil anti examine mints before purchasing else.
*hors My prices are rho sumo as in New York and
Cheater., of Instruments or Machines, sent promptly
epee application with any additional information desired.
It. M. GREENE,
11111 street, Huntingdon, Pa.,
-eV Second floor of Brown's Harduaro building
•110 THE LADIES.—Do you really
intend to cease wearing the Mantilla styles now
so prevalent, or dress lens elegantly, because the rebel
Jeff. Davis, was captured" in Fashionable Female attire?
Ono moment's calm reflection will surely serve to change
your rash resolve. Thu angels led too much good sense
to lay aside their pure chaste rubes of white, because
they had fora time served to hide the deformities of that
Prince of Rebels, the Devil. Can you err in following the
example of Angels? Then having made up your minds
that you will continue to dress tutefully regardless , of
rebel acts, do not forget to eon at the store of the subscri
bers, who will be happy at all times to furnish you with
such articles of dress as you may desire. Urge your loth,
Cr,, husbands, brothers, neighbors and children to visit
the same store. They can hero bo suited in good articles
of Boots, Shoes, Clothing Material, Hats, Caps, queens
ware and a general assortment of Orocerles, on as rea
sonable terms as at any Hons., in town. Store on South
east corner of the Diamond, Huntingdon, I'm
may lit, 1505. FRANCIS B. WALLACE.
ATARBLE YARD. The undersigned
Li t. would respectfully call the attention of the citizens
of Huntingdon and the adjoining counties to the stock of
bountiful marble now on baud. Ile is prepared to furnish
at the Amrtest notice, Monumental 3lnrble, Tomb, Tables
and titones of every desired size and form of Hellen or
Eastern Marble, highly nnisbcd, and carved with appro
priate devices, or plain, as nmy suit.
Building 3larble, Door and Window Sills, &c., will be
furnished to order.
T OVITS Pura and Superior Rio Cof
fer In paelmgra of ono pound, for solo at
_LEWIS if CO'S Ettmiy Grocery.
A LARGE VARIETY of articles too
numerous to mention, for sale • nt LEWIS S CO'S
Family Grocery. Cell and seo.
U It I SPICIIIS
CONNINGHAM k CARMON'S.
ROUND ALUM AND SALINA
Aji SALT at CUIVN/aValfA M cE CAR MON' S.
pERFUMERY and Fancy Soaps for
sale at LEWIS ,C CO'S Family Grocery.
PARCHMENT DEED PAPER
ruled, for unto [tt . . . .
,1300 K STORE.
MEW GOODSCONSTANTLY RE
ceived nt 0 - UNNTNOFIAM & °AMMON'S.
VANNED PEACHES and Tomatoes
l%lixed Pickles, Tornatoo Catenp, Peppor'eauco, &c., &
for sale at Lewis & Co's Family Grocery.
ATERAUCELLI, Barley, Rice, Hem
lay, &au., &c., at Lew Family Grocery
1,412ita tlAizt A,bilertistinnits.
VIN'S Patent HAIR CRIMPERS !
For Crimping and Waving Ladies Hair
NO HEAT REQUIRED IN USING THEM!
Ask your storekeepers for them. if be does not keep
them, Write to the niannfaeturer .I.I.IVINS, Sixth st. and
Columbia avenue, Philadelphia. se26.6nt
TUOVele3frat:ener. W =Vra ß r .
THOMAS M. KERR,
NO. 143 MARKET STREET,
Country produce sold on commission. . ap2s-ly
Cl S. CAMPBELL & C 0.,.
Zamtfactuing CONFECTIONERS /
• and Wholesale Dealers in
FOREIGN FRUITS, NUTS, &C.,
.Yo. 303 Race street, Philadelphia, Pa.
inanuilicturers of all kinds of 'Holimos Candy
and Cocoanut work. .18'661 y
BILLIARDS ! BILLIARDS ! !
JOSEPH L. POULTON,
Strawberry Alley, near Third Street,
Respectfully informs the public that
ho has opened for their Use his new and elegantly Mud
up Billiard. Room. Yt 6ontOper
POUR NEW TABLES OP SILARP'S MANUFACTURE,
superior to any now in the city.
This Billiard Room challenges comparison with nay
room in the State, west of Philadelphia.
TILE PERFECTION OF MEDICAL SCIENCE.
Br. Leoa's Electric Hair Remit
It Is a positive cure for Baldness.'
It restores Gray Hair to its original color.
It is a Toole, nut a Dye, and acts upon the secretions.
It immediately arrests falling out' of the hair.
It alleviates Neuralgia and Headache.
It radically cures Dandruff and Humors.
It keeps the scalp healthy, clean and cool.
It is an elegant and exquisitely fragrant Hair Dressing
I t restores, cultivates and beautifies the hair.
It makes harsh hair flexible and lustrous.
Dr. Leon's Electric Hair Renewer has enjoyed a high
local reputation for many years. Its wonderful restora
tive and invigorating properties are well known to tho
Medical Faculty of Philadelphia.
Being fully satisfied of the - merits of teen's Electric
Hair Renewer wo have procured exclusive
and are determined that every honsehold in our laud
shall have opportunity to reap Its benefits.
DR. LEON'S INFANT REMEDY
A most deliciousand efficacious coro for tho various ills
to which InfhntB anti Young Children ore subject.
Invaluable for Teething Children!
It softens the gums, abates inflammation, invigorates
the stomach and bowels, corrects acidity, and. Is a sure
and speedy cure for Colic, Cramps and Windy ['nine.
A most excellent preparation for children of a restless
and fretful habit, and in all eases of Looseness, Griping,
Vomiting, or other inward grief, it gives immediate ease.
Used for more than half limitary in the private p; relics
of one of the most eminent physidaus of
Lt now 1110Gillg 11113 article within the reach of all our
countrymen, we would lenient; that sun know it to Ito a
Remedy of unrivaled CXCIAIOI3OO and that it 1,110 proved
in thousands of eases, a., we nru.rtmolvtql it :5114111u mil
lions, a priceless boon.
For sale by Druggists everywhere.
SILVER'S WASH POWDER'',
S 4 YES TIME, LABOR, MONEY
Makes Washing a Pastime and lYlon
day a Festival.
Address all orders for any of the above to
ZEIGLEFt & SMITH,
non•ly 'SOLE PROP): lETORS.
137 Nth. Third St., Flilladelphia
PROF. . 11. AFENTYRE'S GREAT REMEDY,
Illtornal aii Extorllal blicillo,
II ILL CURE
F Diarrhrea, Bloody Flux in ono day,
Headache and Earache in throe minutes.
'4"e- Toothache in ono minute.
' , C - 4" Neuralgia in fire minutes,
Sprains in twenty minutes,
Sore' hroat in ten minutes,
Jr-f - so• Cholic and Cramp in fire 13111111t0S,
4N Rheumatism in one day, . •
t Pain in the Back or Side in ten minn!es,
Bad Coughs or Colds in one day, -
m Furor and Ague in one day.
os.. Cur. Deafness, Asthma, Piles,
IM. Bronchitis Affections, Dyspepsia,
..ra. Inflammation of tho Kidneys, Erysipelas,
Liver Complaint and Palpitation or the Heart.
Keep it in your .Families—Sickness
conies when least expected.
I propose to check, and efl'cetually dissipate more ache
and pain, and to accomplish more perfect equilibrium of
all the circulating fluids in the human system, than can
be effected by any other, or all other znethods of medical
aid in the same space of time.
TUIS POPULAR. REMEDY is fast coming into use, for
the fist that I cure, tree of charge, all these com
plaints whenever there Is an opportunity to do so. As
soon as it is applied it almost miraculously kills the pain.
I do Cot ask You to Lily before you are certain of its eflP
cicacy. If yen have an echoer pain, it is warranted tasks.
all le purports on the label.
I do not propose to cure every disease—only a class
named by my directions. My liniment operates on chem
ical and electric principles, and is,
to the cure or natural restorative of all otganic derange
menl arising front au improper circulation of the nerve
Prof. 3. 11. 3lclilutyre's INDIAN COMPOUND acts di
rectly on the absorbent -9, reducing glandular anti other
swellings in incredible abort time, laflame nay pomible
danger front its use under any possible circumstances.
This is au internal and external medicine—composed of
roots, herbs and barks, such as our forefathers used.—
There is a bountiful supply on earth to canal! complaints
if we only know what they were.
This has been a great study with the Medical Faculty
for ninny years, to find out the kinds best adapted to the
above complaints—how to put them together, and what
proportions to use. , 3. IL McIiNTYRNI
Proprietor, Reading, Pg
For sale at Lewis' Book Store.
Hunting,ion, Pa., &pt. 6, 1865.
For all diseases arising from ono,cause ' viz : Fever and
Ague. Dyspepsia, Catarrh in the Bead, Weak and disor
dered Stomach, such as Indigestion, Sick headache, Gid
diness of the Ilead, Weakness of Sight, Windy Ailments,
Rheumatism, and Rheumatic Paine, Pains in the Back or
Side, Nervous Debility, Lowness of Spirits, Impurity of
the Blood, Blotches or Eruptions of the Body, Gravel,
Worms, dc., Be. Sold at 25 cents per box.
WORII DESTROYER !
Thisinfidlible medicine is warranted to expel worms in
all eases and may be given to children of all ages, as they
aro purely vegetable and perfectly harmless.
• Tyy., Can be had at Lewis' Book store, Huntingdon, Pa
A fine and large assortment always on
AT LEWIS" 'BOOK STORE.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.-
A goad Assortment of miticellp,neolts and &lino
Books—Foolscap, Letter, Commercial and Note Paper—
Plain and Fancy Envelopes—Red, Bine and Black Inks—
Blank Books of numerous sires—Pous, Pencils. Pocket and
Desk In.lcstands, and every other article usually found In
BOOk . and Stationery Store, can be had at fair prices al
LEWIS' LOOK, STATIONERY & MUSIC STORE.
fl ASS I AL E RES.—A choice lot of
kjblack awl fancy Caaslmurcs at
CUNNINGHAM & UIMON'S.
uTILLow and CEDAR WARE
V i for ludo at LEWIS & COB Family Grocery.
ATONTIIIX TIME BOOKS, •
LS L For male at
LETFLF BOOK AND STATIONERY STOP'
• 41' 3 0T, T
'VANIA. - RP 111 ROAD
OF LEAVING OF TRAINS.
, Mill Creek,...
a' LINE Eastward leaves
trrives at Huntingdon at 5 1
EXPRESS Eastward leave
irrives.ryt Huntingdon 9 48 A
INXATI EXPRESS Eastward It
and arrives at Huntingdon a
[MORE EXPRESS Westward Ic
I. and arrives at Altoona at 7
!. ,, Idk.E. Westward, loaves
and arrtsit,Altoona at 8 '
7 A q
kfr.,A-1,7191:41:M Vie '
READING RAIL ROAD.
e 41 4. •
DECEMISTR 1, 1800.
CIREAT TRUNK LINE FROM THE
ILA North and North-West for- PRILADEIPHIA, New.
YOUR, READING, POTTSVILLE, TAMAHUA, ASHLAND, LEBANON,
AnsurowN, Bare; EPHRATA, LUIZ, LANCASTER, COLIN- •
DIA, &C., Sc.
Trains leave Darrisburg for New York, - as follows
3 00, 8,10 and 9 35 A. M., and 210 and 9,00 P. 51., connect
ing With similar trains on the Pennsylvania 11.11,arriving
at New York 5,00 and 1010 A, 11., 4: 4.40, 5,20,1025 P. 51
Sleeping care accompany the 3 00 a m and 9 00 p. m.trains
without change. . .
Leave Harrisburg for Reading, Pottsville, Tamaqua,
Minersville, Ashland, Pine Grove, Allentown and Phila
delphia at 8 10 A. MI., and 210 and 410 P. M., stoppitig at
Lebancu and principal way stations; the 410 p. m. train
making connections for Philadelphia and Columbia only.
For Pottsville, Schuylkill Haven and Auburn, via Schuyl
kill and Susquehanna 11.11., leave ilarrisburgat 320 P
Returning, leave Naws:Yons. at 9 A. 31., 12 - Noon, 5 do 8.
P.M.; Philadelphia at 6,15 A. ;G., and 3 30 P. M; Way Pas
senger train leaves Philadelphia at 7 30 A. M. returning
from Reading nt 630 P. 11., stops nt all stations: Pottavilla
at 8,45 A. It.. and 2 45 P. 31.; Ashland 6 00 and 11,30 a m,
and 1,05 1' U; Tamaqua at 9.45 A M., and 1 and 8.55 P M.
Leave Pottsville for Harrisburg, via Schuylkill and
Susquehanna Railroad at 7,00 a m.
An Accommodation Passeng er Train leaven RP,ADLY6 at
6.30 A. M., nod returns frolertmAinunte at 4,30 P.M
Columbia Railroad Trains leave Reading at 7 00 A
31., and 6 15 P. id., fur Ephrata, Litt., lAt.st,r, Col
On Sunday., leave Now York at 8 00' P. M., Philadol,
phis, 8 a m and 315 P. M., the 8 a m train running only
to Reading; Pottsvilla 8 A. 31., llnrrl burg,9 35 a m, and ,
Heading 120, 7 30 a. m., for Harrisburg, 1122 a m for
New York, and 4.25 p.m. for Philadelphia.
COMMUTATION, Mang; SEASON, Wien, and FACUSSIOCI
TICKETS at reduced rates to and from all points. -
Baggage checked through: 80 pounds Baggage allowed,
Itendiug, Jan. I, 1867. Ccoaral
igTINGDON & BROAD:: TOP
RAILROAD. • ,
aflur Thursday, Janunry 1O P 367:,. Passenger
ill arrive and depart, aeAllown:,
.WARD TRAINS. NORTItWARDTRki•INB.•
AccommolExmaur • • . AccolExvms3
P. M. I A.M. • . t:, 51. . P.ll.
I 1 S rai!Dr:(l.3 .
LE 4 041 LE 7 50111untinenn, AR 11 22 At 4 449
434 8 1001cConnillatown , 1 11 02 4 28'.
431 8 18tPleasanWrove , 10 54 416
450 8 311Marldes1;urg, 10 38 400
SOG 554 CulTee Run, , 10 22 345
514 902 Hough Sc P.oads , 10 14 336
5 2 , 1 914 Cove, lO OV 354
5 301 918 Fislines Salim:9lC I 988 329
o 45 AR 9 33 133tzt0n, LB 3 05.
• Le 943 "'lex 043 AR 255
10 0311thltilesburg- • 1 , 2.33:
.10 11 llopewell .;,'
10 25 I.lper's Run,' ,
10 59 Tatesville 1 47" '
11 11 Bloody Run ....... „„.. 1124;
4011 15 Ileoult 1/5115.4 11.0. 11M 1; 31?
. SlIOU1"8.1111N . BRANCII. . •
I,n 9.11; Sakton;
10 05 Crawford,.
An 10 15 Dudley.
10, 1801. .701 IN
6.1 ul Jan
I TLANKS ! BLANKS! BLANKS!'
IiNSTA B I, lI'S SALES, ATTACIPT EXECUTIONSW.
SUMMONS, DEEDS, - •
SUBNINAS, MORTG AGES,
SCIIOOI, ORDERS, JUDGMENT NOTES.
LEASES FOR HOUSES, NATURALIZATION B'KS,
COMMON BONDS, JUDGMENT BONDS,
WARRANTS, ' FEE BILLS,
NOTES, with a waiver of the $3OO Law.
JUDGMENT NOTES, with a waiver of the 5300 Law.
ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT, with Teachers. •
MARRIAGE CERTIFICATES, for Jastices of the peace
and Ministers of tho Gospel. • - -
COMPLAINT, WARRANT, and COMMITMENT, i s case ;
of Astmult and Battery, and Affray. • •' "
XCLERE FACIAS, to recover amount of Judgment.
COLLECTORS' RECEIPTS, for State, County, Schee,
Iltoiotigh and Township Taxes. . .
Printed on superior paper, and for sale at Ota 011tst of
the HUNTINGDON GLOBE.
BLANKS, of every description, printed to order, neatly
at 'Mort notice, and on good Paper. -
SEGAR CASES, &c.,
A handsome assortment just. received
At LEWIS' Book Store.
AT. _T I E JVIS' BOOK STORE.
ALL TEM DMINULISHED OFTICEIS AND =mil%
LEWIS' DOOl5 AND STATIONERY STORK.
111 APER ! PAPER ! ! PAPER !;
Drawing Paper, • .
Deed Paper, .
Tisane Paper, - •
Silk Paper for Plower',
lat Cap Paper,
Commercial Note Paper,
Lldies' (lilt Edged Letter and Note Paper,
Ladies' Plain and Fancy Note Paper,
White and Colored Card Paper, in Packs and Sheath
For &do at LEWIS' Book, Stationery and Mule Store.
THE CYTHARA- - -The
BortlnPs enlarged and improved Instructors—Weiland'a
New and Improved Method for the Guitar—Leland's Accor
deon, Violin and Flute Instructors—Winner's and Howes
Violin Instructors—Bellak's Melodeon InstraatotHl/or:
rowes' Pitino.rorte Pritner—do. Thorough-11as, Primer—
Howe's Drawing Room Dances—The Chorus Glee Book—
Taro's Harp, for sato nt
LEWIS' BOOR, STATIONERY k MUSIC STORE;
TE. E LADIES: . •
A superior attiClO . yf Ni,• - O Pipet avid Envelopes?
suitoblo for confider:tie/correspondence; for sale at
LEIVIS'.:11001C 2 STATIONERY STORE.
fror 9 .ICCSMII3 . :.
All kinds of Spices for oats at Lewis' Family •6rocery
a Altoona at
leaves Altoona at
55 P. M.
9. 30i91e 2 00
I 9151 -- 2 4.1.
9 05 2 35
9 0011.8 2,39,