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VrofessiOnalt Nusintss garbs.
"FIR. A. B: BRUM.I3AUGH,
If Raving peramontly located at nautlngdou, olTora
)118 proitssional services to tho community.
r Office, Die same 113 that lately occupied by Dr. Laden
on Dill street. ffiilo,l6G4
TIR. JOHN MeOHLLOOH, offers his
professional cervices to the citizens of Ilontingdon
,and vicinity. Office on Hill street, one dooreaat of Reed's
.Drug Store. Aug. 28, '65.
-1 - 1 0 ALLISOAVIILLER,
DENTIST, • "
One removed to the Prick Bow opposite the Court Muse
Ti 4 •
J. GREENE, '
Office removed to . Leleteeo Now Building,
out a troot, Hntingdon.
T A POLLOCK,
,SUR VEYOR &REAL ESTATE AGENT,
•Will attend to Surveying in all its branches, and will
buy and sell Beal Mint° to any part atlas United States.
•Hood for circular. clec2o-lf
- WASHINGTON HOTEL,
The uudereigned remiectfully la forms the citirous of
'Huntingdon county and the myelin); public generally
'that lie has leased the Washiugtou Howie ou the cor
ner of 11111 and Charles street, in the borough of Hun
tingdon, and lie is prepared to accommodate all ',vile may
ifavor him a ith a call. Will be pleased to receive a liber
al share of public patiouago.
AUOUL , TITS LETTERMAN.
July 31, '67.-tf.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office on Hill erect. lIIJNTINGDON, PA
Prompt attention Si 111 to given to tho prosecution of
the claims of soldiers and soldier,' heirs, agninat the Gov
ernment. nu 22,1866
GEENCY FOIL COLLECTING
SOLDIERS' CLAIMS, BOUNTY, ;JACK PAY AND
All who may have any claims against the Government
for Bounty, Back Pay nod Pensions, can hove their claims
promptly collected by oppl3 ing either In porbou or by let
ter to _ _ .
TTO.U.N.E.Y AT LA IG;
IluNximinom , PA
P O COLLECTION
P a q.
K. ALLEN LOVELL,
District Attorney of Huntingdon Oounty,
- 11UNTINOCON $ PA.
, OFFICIO—In tiro Crick Row, oppohito rho Court Trougo
Tho name of this firm has been chang
ed from myna; anowN, to
SCOTT, BROWN & BAILEY,
under which name they will hereafter conduct their
,rot Artie° o n
A TTORNEPS AT LA TV; HUNTINGDON; PA.
PENSIONS, and ell cL,i,En of soldi9n, end holdiore hell a
againat the Governunint, Bill be ',lumpily prucicuted.
May 17, 181X—tf.
MILTON S. LYTLE,
ATTORNEY AT _TJA
Will at tc nil promptly to all hinds of logal business on
Crusted to his care.
COLLICCTIONSIIIIIIIO with tho least posql,le fluky,
Special attention given to CONVEYANCINII in nil lie
branches,such as the ptepruntion of Feeds, Mortgages,
Leases, ode, Articles of Agreement, Sc.
All Wiettions relating to
TAN TITLES IN PENNSYLVANIA.
Ile %rill also ascertain for land owners whether their
lands aro patented and obtain
for those who may desire them.
C. CLARKE, AGENT,
. IYliolesalo and Retail Dealor In all hiudq of
rOpPoeilo the Franklin Doug°, in the Diamond.
tannery/rade supplied. np17.68
T LW IS
Boot and Shoe Maker.
I guarantee entira satisfaction in Fit, Style, Material
And Workmanship, and a raving of 25 par cent. on pro
nailing prices. Shop one door east of Johnston d Watt.
xon's store, Iluntingdon, Pa. mull-6m
STEAM PEARL MILL,
THIS MILL is a conspleto success in
I. the manufacture of FLCitill, Lc. It has lately been
thoroughly repaired and is now in good running order
and in full operation.
Tho burrs and choppers are new and of suporior qual
ity—cannot be excelled. And we are gratified to know
that our work has given entire satisfaction to our custo
mers, to whom we tender our thanks.
We have in our employ ono of the best millers in the
county, and a faithful and capable engineer. Thu, equip
red and encouraged, we are determined Co persomo in
our efforts to accommodato and please the public, hoping
theroby to mei it and roceive a liberal share of patronage
to instepn ns in our enterpriso for the public interest.
f . darket price paid for the different kinds of grain on
Flour and Chop, on hand, for sate.
JOHN K. MeOAIIAN L. SON.
llarillngdon, Nov. 200807
THE 0-1_1033M -
JOB PRINTING OFFICE.
T" "GLOBE JOB OFFICE"
the mod coutplete of any in the country, and pos.
Bosses the meet ample facilities for promptly executing in
;,ho best style, every variety of Job Printing, each WS
LABELS, &C., &C., &C
' CALL AND EXAMINE SPECIMENS OP WORE,
Lgwis , BOOK, STATIONERY & DIUSIC STORE
OEO.A. SIEF.L. MILTON S..LTILE. SAMUEL A. STEEL.
rrilFl FIRM OF STEEL, Lyng.
STEEL Lacing located on their tract of land with
tu two lotion of Out Itnrotsit of ILantiagtiont a
STEAM SAW MILL,
are nrepared to manufacturo all kinds of
OAK AND PINE I,I7MBER
The mill will lte run to its utmost capacity and will be
In eperatdm daring the entire sunnier And pal l Of the
autumn mouth,.' They a lit be enabled to fuming, Lum
ber In Diege and of all dlannsi one, at the low
eat rash pewee.
• Chars seMpectfelly solicited. lannber deltlcred at the
Yentas. Rollin:id, or canal.
puntingden, Aptil 83, ?6•istf
WM. LEWIS, HUGH LINDSAY, Publishers.
TILE undersigned would respectfully
ninionnco that, In connection with their TANNERY,
they lace lust opened a splendid assortment of
Consisting in part of
FRENCH CALF SKIN,
Together Wittra general assortment of
The trade is invited to call and examine our stock,
Store on I.llLlotrect, two doors west of tho I'rcahytc.
Tho highest price paid for IMES and BARK.
C. H. MILLER & SON.
Huntingdon, may 1, 1567
IF GRIEF, AGE OR SICKNESS,
Blanched Your Locks,
If bald; If troubled with dandruff or any humors upon
the scalp; if your hair falls out, or If it is dry,
wiry, or Intractable, buy ono bottle of
ELECTRIC HAIR RENEWER,
AND YOU WILL
TO YOUR CASE.
Sold by all Druggists throughout the
SPRING AND SUMMER,
CHEAP CLOTHING STORE.
For Gentli.mon's Clothing of the Let material, nod smitde
the bent workmanlike manner, call at
11. Al 0M AN' S,
optirsito tno Pranlain Home in Marlin dquaro, Hunting.
NOTICE TO ALL.
HILL STREET MARKET,
OPPOSITE TIIE EIRST NATIONAL DANK.
D G. MORRISON respectfully in
it.). forms Ow citizens of Huntingdon and vicinity
that ho continues the moat nt.tiltet business in all its va
rious bianclies,,and 11111 keep constantly on Laud
Fresh Beef, Pork, Pudding and Sausage, salt
Beef and Polk, Gunned Fruit and Vegetables,
Spiv,es aid!, kinds,Catsuus and Sauces,Teas,
Soaps, Chosen, Salt Laid, do
All of which ho will continuo to sell at reasonablo pikes
Tim tugboat prices paid for bides and tallow. Thomas
Colder, at Alexandria, and Marsh dr Bro., at Coffee him,
are my agents to purchase at their places.
Thankful for past patronage, I solicit a continuance of
tko aims. 11.0. MORRISON.
Huntingdon, Oct. 30, 1167.
READ AND BE POSTED !
TO THE NETTTLY iIIARIUED
AND ALL IN WANT OF
New FilfllitllF 9 &C.
THE undersigned would respectfully
I announce that ho manufactures and keeps oonetantly
on bandit largo and splendid moon tment of
DINING AND DREA.KFASTTADLES,
• - - - • - •
WASH AND CANDLE STANDS
Windsor and cane seat chairs: cupboards, gilt and rose.
wood moulding for mirror aud picture trainee, and a wart
oty of articles not mentioned, at piece that cannot fall to
Ile is also agent for the well kuoun Bailey /it Decamp
patent spring Bed Dottom.• .
The public aro incited to call and examine his stook
before purchasing elsewhere.
Work and sales room on Bill street, near Smith, ono
door west of Yenter'a store.
Huntingdon, Aug. 1, 1800
Manufacturer and Dealer In
F" "ET XL X 9L 2 T.T R.
Respottfully invites the attention of the Public to his
stand on Hill eh, Huntingdon, in the rear of tleorgoW
Swartz' Watch and Jewelry store, whore ho manufactures
and keeps all kinds of Furniture at reduced prices. Per.
sons wishing to purchase, will do well to give him n call.
Repairing of all kinds attended to promptly and charges
Ate- Also, Undertaking, carried on, and Coffins made in
any style desired, at short notice. •
'The subscriber hoe a
IVEIV AND ELEGANT HEARSE
and is prepated to attend Funerals . at any place in town
Iluntingdon,lllay 9, 1866-tt -
COACH AND CARRIAGE MANU
The undersigned respectfully informs --,j
the eltizeneof Huntingdon and 'vicinity p
that he hen completed. all the uecohtary Vm -
arrangements in the outfit of a first-class
COACT/ AND CARRIAGE MAXUFACTO.HY;
and is prepared to make to order• and keep on hand
And everything in that lino of business.
lIEPAIRISCI done speedily and at moderate prices.
trh - • Dllllll lES warranted for One year.
Shop on Washington cruet bark of the Diamond. •
The custom oftito f e ttle is ranin et Cal iy
ITuntinplen, Melt. 25.0 m
T 4 U.1.13E1t FOR, ISALB.
Boards, Plank, Staiug, .I'olBo, Ronnn Lath, LaP
and-Joint Shingled, three and tout trot Plaitin la g Lath,
For solo at Mauuractuter'n price.; at
V. 17 ItENILF & CO.I
—Notion6 too nunitiel)ll(lto mention
for wle, 1-:oWile Book Store.
J. M. WISE,
HUNTINGDON, PA„ WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1868.
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
Hoofland's German Tonic.
The Great Remedies for all Diseases of the
LIVER, STOMACH', OR DIGESTIVE
1100FLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
Is composed of the pnroJnlces (or, a. e they are medic/•
natty termed, Extracts,) of It o o ts, Herbs, end
Molts, nmking a propara Lieu, highly concentra
ted, and entnely fe te from alcoholic admixture
of any kind.
lIOOI+LAND'S GERMAN TONIC,
n combination of all Elio ingredients of the Bitters,
with the purest quality of Santa Cruz team, Orange, Sc.,
making one of the most pleasant and agreeable remains
over ollered to the public.
Those proforrlng a Modicirto free from Alcholzolic ad
uixtura, 111 a3u
lIOOELAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
ThIMO lOW hnvo no objection to tbo combination of
hu bit tel .9, no Stated, MIII 1100
1100FLAND'S OEMIAN TONIC
They aro both equally good. and contain the same
medicinal rimed, the choice between the two being a
mere matter of taste, the Tonle being the most palatable.
The stomeell, from IL variety of anises, such es Indiges
tion, Dyspepsia, ?ferrousDebility, etc., in very opt
to hove its functions de longed. The Liver, sym
pathizing as closely as it does. with the stomach,
then becomes effeeted,the result of 'a hid, is that the
patient Buffers hem [MOW al or mole of the following dis
Constipation, Flatulence, Inward Piles, Fat
NOS of Blood to the Head, Acidity of the
Stomach, Miusea, heartburn, Disgust
fbr Food, Fatness or Weight in the
Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sink
ing or Fluttering at the Pit of the
Stomach, Swimming of the
Read, Hurried or Difficult
Breathing, ' tattering at
the Heart, Choking or
when in a tying posture,
Dimness of Vision, Dots
or Webs &fore the Sight,
Dull Pain in the Head, Defi
ciency of Perspiration, Yellow-
MSS of thc Skin and Eyes, Dahlia
the &le, Buck, Chest, Limbs, etc.,
Sudden Flushes of lied, Burning in
the Flesh, Constant Imaginings of Evil,
and Oval Depression of Spirits.
The sufferer from these di,oasos should exorcise tbo
greatest caution in the so lection of a annuity for
hid cadC, purchasing Only that which ho is assured
flout hits investigation, and inquiries posse.bos
hue not it, id bklinill) compounded, is trot, front
injui huts itultedionts, and hots establibitoll ler itself a it:p
otation for tine cute or i i.b. thecascd. Itt this councetiou
tie would auhunt those Inuit lz DOWD & medics—
LIOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
11 - 00FLAND'S GERMAN TONIC,
Pn•parcd by DR. C..% JACKSON,
Twenty-two peen a since they were first introduced Into
this country limn florin:my, during which lima they limo
undoubtedly in:rimmed more men, and benefited Huller
ing humanity to a Fruiter extent, than any other reme
diet hnoe it to the public.
Thom remedies will en retually cure Liver Com
plain', JalMire, llyBprp fii, Moak: or Nei runs
Delaney, elneoie tear rim,. 1113,,, , ,, of tho hj.l.
tie,) ,, , and all D.rases mi oio hum a diyul tiered ',l
eer, Slonatell : or lutcstiues.
RA - staling jeans any Cintsc rolialcuer; IV:O3MA flair
uJ , I7IJ SI - ST/01, induced by Sa-trd Labor, -
.hardships, I.x.postire, 2,re, s,
There is no medicine extant equal to these t medics in
elicit eases. A tone and vigor 13 immti ted to the whole
system, the appetite is streogthenrvh food is en joy e d, the
htomacit digests ptontptty, the blood is notified, the cunt•
idexioe. bounties sound and healthy, the yellow tinge is
eiadicated front the eyes, a bloom is given to the cheeks,
and the weak and nervous invalid becomes a strung ;mil
PERSONS ADVANCED IN LIFE,
And feeling tho handy( time weighing heavily upon them,
0 ith all its attendant ills, 0111 ii ad in tho use of this BIT
TERS, or the TONIC, au elixir that trill instil now life
hit. their veins, testot otu a measuro the energy and ar
dor of more youthful IN) s, build up their shrunken forms,
nod giro health red happiues to thoir rountirriug years.
It is a well established fact that fully one.half of the
female tan tau of our pop Illation are_ seldom in the
etijoyment of goodheattn; or, to use their own at.
prestion,•never feel well."they are languid, devoid
or ail ouergy, extrolnel) nor roue, and hay° no op.
TO this class of persons the 1311711.115, or the TONIC,
to tj-pecially tecenuneutkal.
WEAK AND DELICATE CHILDREN,
Aro made strong by the use of either of these remedies.
They mill curo emery case of RARASMUS, without fail.
Thousands of ceititicates have acsumnlated in the hands
of tho proprietor, but space will allow Mille publication
of but a low. 'note, it will ho observed, are ales of note
end of such standing that tbe,y.nrisq be bellered.
'I'MS7'I.IVIO - I.A_IJS.
110 N. GEORGE W. 'WOODWARD,
CA' Justice ethe Supreme Gbuvt ulites
"I find gloolland'e Oar man Bitters' is a good
tonic, useful in diseases of the directive cregune,
and of great benefit ht cases vl ''llebility, nod
want of nervous action in the system.
Yours, it lily,
UEO. IV. WOODWARD."
HON. JAMES THOMPSON,
.Finc/gle Ville Supreme anal of rennsyleania.
Philadelphia, A pril 28, 1866.
"I consider 'Hocfland's German Bitters' a valuable med
icine in oast) of attacks of Ituligestion or Dyspepsia. I
can certify this from my experience of H. Toms, with
respect, c JAMES THOMPSON."
FROM REV. 10$111`1111.11.11NNARD, D. D.,
Pastor of the. Tenth Baptist Church, Philadelphia
.Dr.Jetcbron—Dear sir: I have been Devoutly reques
ted to connect my name with recommendations of differ
ent kinds et medicines, but regarding the practice as out
of my appropriate sphere , I have In all cases de
clined ; but with a clear proof in various instan
ces and particularly In my o‘l n handy, of the
usefulness of Dr. Hoof land's (lomat Bitters. I
&pelt for once Dom my usual course ' to exptess my full
conviction that, for general debility of the system, and
espectully for L,rer Complamt, it is a Ws and valuable
preparation. In some cases it may fail; but usually, I
doubt not, it will Ito very beneficial to those who sutler
from the above causes. .
tours, Very respectfully,
,l, 11, KENNARD,
Eighth, belorf Coates St
EllO3l 11EV. E. D. PENDALL.
.dtsislant Melo' Christian Chronicle, Philadelphia
I have derived decided benefit from the use of Hoof
laud's (termite Bitters, and fool it my Pi/wilco to recom
mend them as a most valuithie tonic, to all who are Buf
fet ing from pumal debility or• from diseases arising from
derangement of the
Yours trills, E. D.FENHALII.
Moorland's German Kemp,lles are counterfeitcd. Soo
that the signature of C.' M. JACKSON is on the
ortappor of each bottle. Alt others are counter
Principal Office and Manufactory at the Gor
man Medicine Store, No. Uit Altoll Street, Philadelphin,
Charles M. Evans, Proprietor,
rot moi ly C. M. JACKSON S CO.
lloollallird Ca pro Bitters, tn:yot tle,
.1 ttozeti, • 5 00
llooilnud's (1'! pan Touir, put up in quitri bottled $1 50
prr twilit+, or it Italf.ilo..en for T 7 51).
ileello not lot get to e,antino ell ltio at halo you boy,
iu otiki to get (Ito genuine.
lior sale by all Walvis in lk
April i 2 oS..lylputrut. •
How much eoovor in this life's mutations
We seek our shattered idols to replace,
Not one in all tho myriads of the nations
Can ever fill anther's vacant place.
Each has his own; the smallest and most bumble,
As men ns ho revered the wide world through;
With army death some loves and hopes most crumble
Which never strive to build themselves anew.
If the tdr race of violets should pariah
Beton, atiothor spring-time hes its big th,
Could all the costly blooms which florists cherish
Bring back its April beauty to the earth
Not the roost gorgeous flower that unclosing
Could give the Alm grace to valo and plain—
Not even Persia's gamic,ns fill of roses
Could over make the world so fair again.
And so with souls we love ; they pass and leave us—
Time toadies patience at a bitter coat—
i-et all tho now loves which the years may eve Its-
Fill not the heart-placo aching for the loot.
Xew leintsWiay coin° to us with spirits surer,
And kindle once again the tear•drowaed flame
lint )et we sigh, "This lore is stronger, fairer,
And Lett., it may be—but not the same!
Pim 116 alisbom.
Xt 11 Sheriff's officer was once ask
ed to execute a writ against a Quaker.
On arriving at his house, ho saw the
Quaker's wife, who, in reply to the in
quiry whether her' husband was at
homo, said he was, at the same time
requested him to ho seated, and her
husband would speedily see him. The
officer waited patiently for some time,
when the fair Quakeress coming into
the ro9m, he reminded her of her prom
ise that, ho might see her husband.
"Nay, friend; I promised that he
would see thee. tie has seen thee. Ile
did not like thy looks; therefore, ho
avoided thee, and bath departed from
the house by another path,"
te—ln my mind there are always
three objections to a glass of brandy,
after all," said an old toper to an ama
zed company of young drinkers, who
had •never seen the "veteran" refuse a
glass of anything spirituous.
"How so'?" was the general cry.
"Because there'must be threeseruples
to a dram, you know?"
After that there was no alternative
but to treat the old toper to his favor
ite beverage—and be wont in for all
the scruples, and more too.
ttlabA traveler was lately boasting
of the luxut•,v___ofltrricing at night,,,f—
ter a hard clay's journey to of
tho enjoyment of a well cut ham and
the left leg of a goose.
"Pray, sir, what is the peculiar lux
ury of a left leg?"
"Sir, to conceive its 'luxury you
must find that it is the only leg 10111"
Mr . -1 Frenchman, soliciting relief
of an English lady, said gravely to his
"Madame, I novaire bog, but that I
have von vifo, vid sevoral small family,
dat is growing very large, and flossing
to make dery bread out of but do per
spiration of my own eyebrows."
Pa'According to Milton, "Eve kept
silence in Edon to hear her husband
talk," said a gentleman to a lady
friend, and then added in a melancholy
tone, "Alas, there have boon no Eves
"Bocanso them have been no hus
bands worth listening to," was the
^There is - only ono thing worse
than ignorance, and that is conceit.
Of all intractable fools an overwiso•
man is tiler worst. You may cause id
iots to philosophize—you may coax
donkeys to forego thistles—but don't
ever think of driving common sense
into the head of a conceited person.
ED-A local editor has just seen a
man whom lie thinks was pretty well
occupied. Ho had his wife ,upon ono
arm, a baby on the other, a basket and
cane in his hands, a cigar in his mouth,
and two little hopeful heirs hanging on
to his coat tails.
;.:I,:•;Doesticks . thinks it conclusive
evidence of drunkenness when he sees
a man "sticking a postage stamp be
hind his left ear, and attempting to get
into a letter box to go by the mail
,V2-An Egyptian paper published in
Cairo informs the ladies of that city
that "the first of ornaments is cleanli
ness—.-that of the body consisting in
taking a bath once a month I"
Bar The ibllowing is Aunt Betsey's
description of her milkman :—"He is
the meanest man in the world," she
exclaimed. "Ho skims his milk on the
top, then turns it over and skims it on
ge-A crusty old bachelor says that
Adam's wife was called Eve because,
when she appeared, man's day of hap
piness was drawing to a close.
le-Reforming the world is like
patching an old coat, which will soon
need another patch; but if it wore not
for reformers the world would always
be out at the elbows.
/lei - The French .railways warn per
sons that their lines aro no longer of
use for suicidal purposes, as they have
put cow-catchers on all locomotives.
ZSPThp zotmluding words of a Utah
notico aro vorY pathetic : "Ho loaves
thirtoon widows and 'fifty•four chil
dren to mourn his loss."' 2 '
siZrlf ynu want to fatten a thin ba
by, throw it Out of the window and it
will come down plump.
)3 , 05'..Th0 most delihato method of
giving n'lady a key to sour 'feeling, is
to send Ifor a lock of your hair.
At - Z`Nany ie num% touguo is a two:
edged 'sword, one of the odgus mating
his friends, and the ether htniself
1 girl ,.
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Petroleum Nasby Goes to New York.
(From the Toledo Blade.]
NEW Yonic, (at a cheap boardin
house,) July 4, 1838.
Efl hed knowd just wet I hod to go
through with,. I never wood hey fig.
gored for the posishon I now okkepy.
Red I knowd the trubles wich was to
besot me, the Corners mite hey gone
onreprosented, and tho Democracy
mite hey nominated a candidate with
out my help. lam at a cheap bordin
house, wich is salubrusly sitoonted on
an alley, the landlady heirs ono or the
anshent Kings of Ireland, wich her
tiara() is O'Shaughnessy. I coodent
got rooms at the Astor, nor at the St.
Nicholas, oz I coodent git a clerk to
look at mo for an hour, and when I did
succeed in rivitin the attenshun uv one,
ho flew into a pashen and ordered me
to move on, with the onfeelin remark
that he had no room for etch I And
that insult mile bo added to injoory,
the onfeelin woman who presides over
the - manshen .I inhabit, peremptorily
refoosod to reseeie me ontil 1 pado in
advance. I tried several places, but
ez I hadn't no baggage, the provailin
opinyun seemed_ to be that advance
payment wood be better, and I wuz
forst to return to her.
My advenchers on the route were
noomerous if not pleasant._
At some pint in Ingiany, whore we
changed ears, I found the trane we hed
to take full uv delegates. In lookin
around for a seat I diskivorod but ono
that hadn't two in it, and that one bed
in it a disgustin nigger who bed the
impoodenee to be well dreet r and bed a
carpet sack beside him. My Demo
cratic blood riz to wunst: Seein that
in a car filled with Democratic dele
gates, any thing I shood do to a nigger
wood be stawkt proudly up to
him holdin my nose.
"Good Lord !" sez I, "wat a smell !"
"Good Lord !" ellood the delegates
with got on 'at that stashen, "wat a
"My gentle Afrikin frond," sed I,
seezin him by the collar, "I regret the
necessity tic satin disagreeable things
and still more uv - doin em, but the fact
is yoor impoodenco in gittin into a car
uv white gentlemen, with the disgust
in odor, inseparable from and part LIN ,
the Afrikin race, is rather too much.
And more especially do I wonder at
you keepin yoor soot, while I and
these other gentlemen are standin."
"Out with the nigger !" yelled the
lately arrived delegates, "hustle the
gtinkin_eusa " •
"Merciful hevens, \vat n smell !"
sung out others uv cm, "hist him 1"
"hist him !"
Seein myself thus backed, and fcelin
a little zeal would he safe, ez niggers
can't vote,'l knockt his hat out uv the
winder, and fettered up that demon
stration with a serious attempt at liftin
him out uv the sect. 1 wood hey suc
ceeded, but the nigger resisted, and re
MAC(' vigorously, to wit: lle knockt
three uv my front teeth clown my
throte, pulled out wat little there was
left tot the hare that bangs in scanty
festoons about my venerable temples,
and blackt both my eyes. I was lyin
on my back in the passage, somewhat
astonished, the nigger standing over
me, with his boot heel raised over my
face, when some gentlemen came in
from another car and restrained him.
"Mr. Williams," sed they, "let him
up. He's poor white trash, and not
wurth wastin yoor indignashen onto.
Let him up, Mr. Williams; lot him up."
"Sirs," sad I, risin to my feet, trem
ulous with rage, "is this the treatment
I am to expect all the way to New
York ? Am Ito be pounded to a jelly
by a nigger— a stinkin nigger, sirs,
whose oder ovin now makes the car
ontenable to gentlemen uv refined
sensibilities—and to beer the nigger
addrost as 'Mister,'after that, instid uv
bein tored to peaces by the infuryated
speektators. 0, shame, where is thy
blush I" ll '
"Yoo mizrable cuss," sed ono uv
these gentlemen, "apologize at wunst
to this gentelman for yoor insultin
roodness, or we'll chuck yoo out uv
the ears. Apologize, sir, to Mr. Josef
Williams, delegate at large for the
Stait of Tennessee."
I almost fainted. This nigger then
was a delegate I -He was a regular
delegate, armed and. equipped with
regular credenshels to the Democratic
Nashnol Convenshen, and I hod been
guilty in my zeal uv assaultin uv him I
Gladly I apologized, and further I
humbly boggd permission to sit beside
him, wich he accordid with a gracious
as I never saw dialled.
It was astonishin the change that
crept over the Injeany delegates.—
They crowded around us and shook
him by the hand—they didn't smell
any odor at all any more; on the con
trary they seemed to like him.
addrest him as “.31ister," and several
uv them in introdoncin him to their
fronds who got on at various stashens,
yoosed the prefix "Honorable." It's
wonderful wat a differepce it . makes
with a nigger to hey a rote, and also
bow ho Votes! /led that Williams bin
infected with Ablishnism, I make no
doubt that the stench with I reely
fancied I smelt when I fust undertook
to subjoogato him, wood hey contin
yood to the end uv the trip. In olden
time it was observed that slave niggers
didn't smell—it was only the free ones.
It is a settled fact now that D.emocra
tie niggers aro noomerons. I mite
hey known, however, that . the nigger
was a free nigger, by tho way ho
pitched into me. No nigger in a state
uv servitude wood over hey did snob a
' That much they owe to the
ILy principal Pbjock in goin to Noo
York was to do wilt .1 coed toward so.
Coorin the nomination uv Jothro L.
KiPpiuu. I Couud the dislogates badly
tine up. Thu olfer6 ninth) . for votes
'rue nu ILatioutottbly low that thcac; war;
TERM'S, $2,00 a year in advanCe.
much disgust manifested. The trublo
was that the market was overstocked.
lied the Convenshoti been pretty Oral
ly divided, and balance of power held
by a few clost mouthed souls, they
could hey made a good thing uv
But where a whole Convorshen is in
the market and all their inflooenshal
fronds, no candidate kin afford to buy.
I withdrew Mr. Kippens to wunst. Ez
be hez but a small farm, and that mor
gaged to a grossery keeper, the dele
gates I approacht Taft me to scorn.
I was on the Committee on Resolu
shons, or rather was in the room ez a
sort uv advisory committee while the
yosolushons was bola drafted. Genral
Forest uv Tennessee, was partiklerly
anzshus that a resoloshun shoed be
adoptid denouncin the Radicals, who
was, with unholy hands, a strivin to
destroy the,best Government the sun
ever shone upon, and ono the destrue
shun uv wich wood be a calamity wich
unborn millions wood shed toors over.
He desired a resolushen pledgin the
Democracy to stand by the old Stars
and Stripes, wich flag had braved a
thousand breezes, and was synonomos,
et sottery. Mr. Wooley, Mr. Cobb,
(Mre. Cobb's husband,) and Perry Ful
ler portikolery, desired a resolooshon
demandin the turnip out uv offis uv
corrupt men, that the Government
mite be administered with sumthing
like the purity wich distinguished it
doorin the administration uv the late
Vallandygum insisted that a plank
be inserted with recognized nigger
sufferago, but that was withheld ontil
it Cood be definitely ascertained whe
ther Mississippi was reoly carried by
nigger votcgor not. Ef a majority uv
the niggers did reely vote the Demo
cratic ticket, it was decided thal . they
shood be recognized as our okals—of
not, we'd see em d—d fast.
I dropt into the Soljers' and Sailers'
Convenshon, but I didn't stay long.—
My sole indignatod ez I saw seated
among em the very sutler who refused
inn credit when I was servin ez a draf
ted man in 1862; and also a claim
agent who got ten dollars uv me on
the promise uv gettin my bounty,
wich when he got it he absorbed in
fees, costs and
s commissions. ' There
of course some true men. There
was soljors there which resigned early
in the war, on account of its being a
Ablishin war, and others who left be
cause Linkin wuzut rapid enuff in ma:
king uv em,-Major Generals. There
was no,lhnit.ro their speokin. Every
_Wall Ind Alia_apiumb_tuinh_h.,l alirnrai
at the Cleveland Convenshen in 1866
carefully preserved, and they ail insis
tee on deliverin em, wich ez I left tha
were doin, all to themselves. Ef they
kin stand it I am willin.
Wet the platform will he, or who
the candidates will be, the Lord only
knows. lam prepared for anything,
and 'so are all the delegates. I kin
hurrah for Chase, and with &cal vigor
kin swing my hat for Vallandygura,
and I find all the delegates similorly
affected. The Post Offis is the lean
kine which swallers• up all theothers.
We are willin to sink everything in
Post OMs, That my sincerity may
not be doubted, let it bo remembered
that I hey rid with a nigger from In
geany to New York; bay been whaled
by one and hey felt good over it,. hey
bin hurrahiti for an old line Ablishnist,
and swearin the while I liked it. El
any other evidence uv flexibility is
needed, 1 feel ekal to the task.. Polit
ically I am cleat to all emergencies.
PETROLEUM V. ISTASBY, P. It ,
4er.lt is announced that the Siamese
twins, after living to be 59 years of
ago, and raising largo families of chil
dren; have determined to have , the ..l
singular ligament which unites them
severed by a alirgleal operation. The
reason assigned for the act will be ac
knowleited to be a good'ono. The
twinslitiiVe reached an ago when dis
ease may be expected to attack •the
system, and being at this moment in
a physically healthy condition, aro nat
urally apprehensive that the ono may
communicate disease to the other,
which will prove, fatal to both. The
ligament uniting the twins is situated
near the vital organs, and by lapse of
time has been developed into a hard-:
cued, integumental link; by means of
which such sensations and impressions
are conveyed from one to the other that
a perfect physical unity is established'
between them. Will the severance of
this bond prove a harmless operation,
like the amputation of a foot or hand,
from which each will readily recover ?
Or it will prove fatal to both? The sub
ject was discussed in the Academy of
Physicians and Surgeons in Paris many
years ago, but in consequence of the
very diverse opinions expressed no at
tempt was made to perform the opera
CORRECT SVEAING.—We advise all
young people to 'acquire in early life,
the habit of using gdod Ipngpage, both
in speaking and writing, and to abari
don, as early as aossible, any use of
slang words and phrases. The longer
they"ljve, the more difficult the acqui
sition of correc,t language will be; and
if the golden age of youth, the proper
season for the'aequisitioP'of language,
be passed in itSabuse, the unfortunate
victim of neglected education, iA, very
'properly, do,omed to talk Slang for life.
Money is not necessary to procure this
education. Every man has it in 'his
lle•has marbly to Use the lan
guage wielt he roads, instead Of the
slang which ho boars; to form'his taste
from the best ppeelters and 1369 . 6 of the
country ; to treasure up choice phrases
in 'his . memory, and habituate 11;msolf
to their use, avoiding, at the same
time, that pedantic proeision and bom
bast, which show rather tin) wealcnOss
of a vain ambition than the polish of
au educated witid
(With is .Postmaster.)
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twelve months with the understanding
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ornamental dob Printing neatly and
expeditiously executed at the "GiLoan"
office. Terms moderate.
[For the Globe.]
Meanie, ILLINOIS, July 13, 1868%
DEAR Grionz:-z-Thinking you would;
aceope r an article from ono who has.
been and still is an admirer of your in
teresting sheet I have made bold to
write you. The weather hero is warm
—the thermometer today standing at
95 degrees in the shade. But it is good
for the crops. We have bad a splen
did summer so far, and there never
was such a show .for wheat, oats and
barley, since 1857. The corn, the eta-,
ple crop of Illinois, I am sorry to say
is not so good, but still we will-have
fair crop. The reports from all parts,
of the State aro about the same. Mort
ris is the county seat of Grundy Corm;
ty; it contains about 7000 inhabitants,
among whom the Catholics aro by far
the most numerous. There are a great
many Pennsylvanians here and quite a
number from old Huntingdon, to whom
your paper is as welcome as you your,
self would be, would you but pay us a
visit, though we scarcely dare hope
for-such a thing:
Wo aro as a general thing, -
well-to-do set of people, grafted from
the stock of the same kind in Pennsyl
vania. Morris is situated on the Rock.
Island and Chicago Railroad, and the
Lake Michigan Canal Company are
making it quite a business place, it
contains some large grain warehouses
and some very fine buildings both pub
lic and private. A few miles to the
west We have the -flourishing cities of
Ottawa and La Dalle, tho head of nav
igation on the Canal, a few miles to
the east is the City of Joliet, contain-,
ing the State Prison, and the junction
of the R. I. and C. R."R. with the Al
ton and Chicago Railroad. The count
try is generally rolling prairie which
is now almost all under cultivation.
This is a wealthy country and bidsfair
in a few years to be the richest of the
States on account of the fertility of the
soil., The people aro greatly excited
about the coming political contest, but,
we aro firm in the faith and expect to,
carry - the day by large majorities. You
may count on Illinois doing her duty.
We have only ono paper published in
our town. The "Herald and Adverti-.
ser," edited by C. B. Southard i and
containing the general ners of the day.
I shall not impose on, your good rm..
ture - any longer, but shall bring my
letter to a close by wishing you suc
cess, &c. Would be pleased to have a
copy of your.paper sent us as we are.
YOlll . B, &e.,
W. R. WARNE,
Box 94, Morris, Illinois
BEAUTY. —li rneline Palmer says
What is beauty, after all ? Each eye
makes it for itself. You think Smith's .
lady-love raw-boned and hard-featured."
He_ calls her a "magnificent woman,"
and"wonders what you see in yofir lit.
tle angel with her baby face and stat
ure. So it is the world over; and yet,
we would each give something tote
beautiful after our own fashion. _How.
the powders and lotions which aro to,
bestow upon poor bilious mortal's skins
of satin and snow, and the hair-dyes
and pomades, and cosmetics of all sort;
sell, we need not mention to prove the
facts. In France, old ladies are even
being made over, at the cost of hall
their fortunes. Heaven keep me from
over catebinga glimpse of one of those.
enameled, dyed and miserable old crea
tures after the renovation by the way.
Yes, we all want to be beautiful;
and, if only our ideas of beauty were;
what they should be, we might acoom!
plish our desire easily. Meekness and
love make all faces pleasant. Were,
•we good we should be beautiful.
We a)1 fool this. There are -plain
features so charming with the. spar
kle of good humor, that wo love
them. There are blemished faces,
so sweet that they are pleasanter to,
look upon them than the roost perfect.
After all, it is in the expression that
the actual charm lies. So that were
some one 'to promise the secrot of
beauty for twenty-five cents. ftiacl a
postpaid envelope, he would scarcely.
be an imposter should he retcrn the,
golden rule with instructions to learn
and practice it. If We only could do.
this earnestly and truly for one gener
ation, the next might wonder wheth
er it were not a fable that such
a thing as- ugliness was ever knoyfa,
upon, old earth:
How TO STOP A DONKEY'S BRAYING.
—Father Hue, that famous Ctitholio
explorer of the interior of China,
lates that on one of his long journeys .
among that strange people, his caravan
embraced an unusual number of jackS
among the donkeys employed as' car
riers of the oxpedition; that these jacks,
at every resting place kept up such an
intolerable praying, especially towar4
morning, as to render sleep impossible
to the be; that at last he complained
of this to the master of the donkeys,
who instantly replied that his gracious.
highness should be no more disturbed
by this braying; that, sure enough,
quiet night, with its 'refreshing sleep
follovied; and that, on inquiring into
the eausein the morning, be wakpoin-_
.ted to .the noisy jacks, each with a
heavy stone to its tail. "That," said:
the driver, "is the way to settle them.
The jackass stands upon his dignity,
and will not bray unless he can straight.:
en'ont his tail, and with a heavy ktopia,
attanited he can't 'straighten-If On,
der!'tircia ape? _ Every tinap ho tries it'
the weight 'din lljs tail pulls_ him down
and shifts his jaw.'
rOf the growth of tho Astor estato,
Bomb idea: may be formed by taw fact
that a few years ago lir. Astor p;ida
tax of $-10,000. This Year his tax is
$210,000, a, slim equal to $7OO per day
while Coin Illudoro ltandorbi It only.
pay 8 ti [O,OOO, which to littlu mote that:
*lOO pur day.