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Wednesday morning, Mob. 16, 1870
Thc"Globe" has the largest number of
readers of any other paper published in the
county. 'Advertisers should remember this.
Tut: discussion in reference to the
infallibility of the Pope - ret Rome, it
appears, will end in recognizing the
fact that ho is not infallible.
Tux taxation of the country will be
reduced at least thirty, and "perhaps
thirty-five million dollars -by the re
vised internal revenue bill. So be it.
WISCONSIN did not listen to the ap-
peals and clamors of those who want
banging reestablished in that State,
but has refused to restore the death
A CHINAMAN has found his way to
Brooklyn, and advertises that 'he is
ready to do "general housework" in
some family. He shouldn't want long
for au occupation, having come so far.,
A MAN named Terence Cassiday
who . threatened President Grant with
assassination whilevalking on Penn
syiyania avenue, in Washington, was
pronounced insane and - sent to the
Government Insane Asylm.' •
Tua colored people of Georgia have
a protest against Bingham's amend
ment to the Georgia bill, the result - of
which, they allege, will bo to deliver
them bound hand and foot into the
hands of their most bitter and relent•
.A.N immense religious revival is an
nounced in . Cincinnati. In fifty
churches in that city and:• suburbs,
2092 have thus 'far been added. Of
this number but One over'7o
grid but thirty,soyen between 50 and
7,0. . _
THE Maryland "Democrats' are dis-
Missiag what they. shall do . with" the
enfranchised negroes of that State.—
Some of the leaders of the party ad
vise resistance to the fifteenth amen`d
inoik but in - wbat - yap, does not ap
The President, it is said, is engaged
in - writing the . Preclatention announc.
ing the ratification of the Fifteenth
Amendment: It will be issued as soon
as'Tesai and Geoigia are re-admitted
to representation iri Cotigress, which
will be in, afew days.
Gov. STEARNS, Republican, has been
re.electdd Governor Of New Ilamp
silire, by_about•9oo majority. .This is
a great falling off in his majority since
— littrretr, - btiztirOWittg to-the 'fact-War
there were four tickets in the field—
Republican, Democratic, Temperance
and Labor Reform.
THE steamer Smidt, from Now York.
was caught in a frurricane'on the 27th
of anuary,' in the North Atlantic.—
Iler piston rod .was broken and the
machinery somewhat loosened ; but
she weathered thelfcirm with - Out the
fo'sa . of one life, and arrived safely" in
New York harbor on the 10th lost,
THERE appears to be- a general im
pression among the financiers in pip:,
grees~ the recenCendden and continued
decline in.the price of gold -is by no
means permanent, „and ithat, , • although
itrmay 110, , yet it will for some
tithe i fluctiatn between thatfigure and
The, probabilities ar'e, bo,werer,-
that it will' not. rise. above -the: last
Trtilßoider Ijaid Bill has received
the endorsement of the Committee" of
Ways and. Moans of the •lower branch
of the 'Legislature. It' is ''said -that
tbey 'Were moved' to 'chi:, this, by, "the
pathetic appealsl . of a member from
Franklin". If such-tis• tho.•oase that
the Committee is "proVailed
upon byliatibbii tb Vote aWayinillions
of,tbp,,people's,..l4,ncy - i , and thereby
increase: -their- : taxesi. wor hope i the
meiabers'ofh:oth , llonses not be
moved throtikh . sYnipatby . -to' •do like
•,... „. • :
1800 - :the State and'. National census
will-be taken in the same, year. . The
National census is taken every ten
years, and•tbe State; enumeration of
teXables, upon vhieb legielativeitpp9r
tionment is based, every seven years.
The multiples of seven and ten only
concur every -seventy years, and
hence no living vaterin October, 1870
caii`eiPect to lido 'to 1940, when these
Will again concur: - The National cen 7
sus is to be taken on the first day of
June in every ten years, and the State
census on the first day' of November
every seven years.., What:Lb.° Nation
al census contaias is generally under
stood., The State census is -to be of
the resident taxable inhabitants, male•
and female ? in deli assessment district :
of the'State ; also, of all slayes,
is played out) deaf ? dumb and blind
persons, their age:sex and color. This
aggregate of male and female taxable
serves as the basis of representation in
the Senate and House of Representa•
tives at Harrisburg for the ensuing
seven years. For example:if the tax.
tibles of the whole State shoUld be
800,000, then the ratio for a Sen-:
atvr- would be about 24,200 and for a
member of the House 8,000.
Four Young ladies and a young man
were on Sunday week baptized iu Ruin
ric;or, Minnesota, while the thermome.
ter marked 12 degrees below zero
The Funding Bill.
The United States Senate on Sattu•-
day' passed, with some slight modifica•
Lions, the Funding Bill reported from
the Finance Committee by Senator•
Sherman. The bill authorizes three
loans of f'l , -t00,000,000 each, in denomi
nation not less than fifty dollars, and
myable in coin at the pleasure of the
lovernment after ten and at 40 years
Yom date; the 2nd after 15 and at 40
rears; and the third after twenty and
at forty years. The first series, or ton
forties, arc to bear interest at the rate
of five per cent. per annum; the sec
ond series, or fifteen forties, are to
bear interest at four and a half per
cent.; and the twenty-forties interest
at four per cent. These bonds the
Secretary is - authorized to dispose of
under such regulations as he shall
prescribe, within the United States or
elsewhere, rt not less than their par
value in coin, or they may be exchan
ged for any of the outstanding bonds
of an equal aggregate par value here-.
fore issued and known as the 5-20
bonds. The proceeds of so much of the
loan as may be disposed of for coin
are to be placed in the Treasury, to
be used for the redemption of bitch
per cent bonds as may be offered in
exchange, or to replace such amounts
of coin as may have been used for that
purposd. The bonds authorized by
this act are exempt from all taxation
under national, State or municipal au-
The bill Will commend itself to the
people of the United States as a prac
tical method for funding the public
debt;'' and'- the new loans authorized
under it Will undoubtedly become pip
ular and be speedily taken up. The
effect of the bill will be to place our
financial affairs upon a more stable
end satisfactory basis than heretofore,
and tu inspire a hope that wo will be
able to relieve ourselves of the burden
of our debt with comparative ease and
within a reasonable tithe.
Mons than 360,000 beef cattle, , . 65,-
000 calves, 700,000 swine and 1,200,-
000 sheep arc every year consumed
by New, York City alone. When wo
consider this enormous total and, then
estimate the number that is shipped
principally; from the Western States
to all the Eastern cities, is not enough
to fill us with wonder. Then take this
also into consideration : A. writer states
that the'journeys of the cattle market
ed in the several cities of the United
States are-from five hundred to two
thousand miles in distance, by direct
railway communication, taking from
five to eighteen days in transit, inclu
ding the,time spent in unloading to
feed and water." We cannot enter
into -the details which this writer
inflicted upon all classes of animals on
these long journeys. We believe it is
not necessary. We believe the facts
are known, and if they are not known,
or not accepte'd as true, it is easy for
almost every reader:to satisfy; himself
on the subject by actual examination.
One side of the subject has already
receiCed a good deal of attention. We
mean the production of diseased meat
as the result of the torture of the ani
, doubt, in this waythe com
munity- has been - greatly injured. But
really this does not seem to us the
worst or the darkest aspect of. the sub
ject. •It is•not to be doubted. that the
aggregate of'inisery which' these
lions of defenseless creatures are made
to undergo, is an awful crime against
,God as well as a blot upon our civili
zation. • • •
- THE strong vitality of the Methodist
Church is shown in the amazing pro.!
gross it has made in the State' of New:
York. There arenc, - ,w 2,275 members
in tbe,ministerial force of the, connce
Lion. The total, lay membership is
182,955. Without reckoning the Sun•
day , schoel . teachers, there are upward
of ,Z2,ooo'perSon's taking an act Pie Bart'
in, church.work. Ono school can boast
of 881 pupils. i•Tho amount of • money
collected during the past - year was
very large, and the highest salary paid
to anylof the Pastors or official:is' five,
thousand dollars.. The value ofehurch
edifices has advanced over 140 per cent
in nine 'years, of parsonages over' 164
per cent, while the number of Mem
bers hneincreased more than ten• per
cont. The educational branches have
advanced at a similar rate. At the
Convention sitting in Syracuse up
ward 0f200,000 . we1:o subscribed to
ward the foundation of a university.
A physician was very much aanoy
cd by an. old lady who was always
sure to accost him in the street for the
purpose of telling over her aihnents.
Once she met him when he was in a
.."Ah ! I see you are quite
feeble," said the doctor. "Shut your
eyes and show me your tongue." She
obeyed, and the doctor, moving off,
left her standing there some time in
this ridiculous position; to the infinite
amusemeht of all who witnessed the
funny scene. .
SEND A PAPER.—Htiraco Greeley
says : "Every parent whose son is
away from home at school should fur.
niah hinywith a home newspaper. I
well remember what a marked 'differ
ence there was between those of my
schoolmates who had not newspapers.
The forme• wore always superior to
the latter in debate, composition, and,
A phYsicjan and an undertaker re
aide in the earn° hou9o in Boston, and
it oocasioneifan awkward inivtako
day or two ago.
THE ONEIDA DISASTER.
The following are extracts from a
letter of Surgeon 'James Suddards of
the Gneida to his father, the Rev, Wm.
Suddards, D. D., of Philadelphia, who
has kindly furnished it to the New
York Associated Press for publication.
The letter is dated at Yokohama, Jan.
We left Yokohama at 5 P. 31, on
24th, and at 6:45 were run into by the
Bombay on the starboard quarter, the
whole of which was cart ied away
She struck us full with her sharp iron
stern and cut everything off as with a
chisel. The wheel, steering' gear,
spanker boom and gaff, and poop cabin
were all carried away, and in fifteen
minutes the Oneida sank in fourteen
fathoms water, and out of a personnel
of 25 officers and 150 men, 4 officers
and 54 men are left, to tell the tale.
„The wardroom dinner was just fin
ishing at the moment of colli,ion. It
seemed to mu as if the whole side of
the ship was coming bodily in on the
dinner table. We all'rushed on deck
immediately. Everything, of course,
was iu the greatest confusion. As I
stepped over the hatch combing I saw
a large steamer just clearing us. Sho
was hailed by our executive officer
and requested to lay by us, but so far
as I could judge she steamed away as
fast as she could go.
I walked'aft on the quarter deck
and saw that everything was smash
ed to pieces. I then looked over the
quarter and saw the extent of the
damage. I believed then that the
ship would go down in two minutes,
and rapidly concluded that every one
must look out for himself. As 1 real
ized the position 1 noticed that the
ward-room boat, which hung at the
port quarter, was manned by twelve
or lourteen men.
I jumped on the rail and asked if an
officer was in the boat. The men said
no, and seeing who I was they said :
"Jump in, Doctor," and seizing hold
of me two or three of them dragged
me into the boat. I at once 'took
charge, ordering a man at each fall to
lower when ordered,• having first cut
all the fastenings with knives. We
staid there until within three or four
minutes of the ship going down. Dur
ing this time the boatswain and twp
or three men got into the boat, mak
ing the whole number seventeen.
We were still hanging at the davits
when the ship began to roll in that
peculiar way which precedes founder
ing, and the boat was dashed against
the side of the ship threatening to
dash her to pieces. i 4 looked on deck,
saw no one abaft the mainmast, and
gave orders to lower away and hang
by the falls.
The alter fall got jammed and had
to be cut with a knife. wo been
three minutes longer at the davits it
would have been too late, as she wont
down like a shot after darting , and
the suction would have carrie d our
boat down with the wreck. I may
mention here that when the boat was
brought up to the Idaho, she nearly
sank alongside, and on examination it •
was found that seven knees were bro
ken on the star-board side, and one of
the planks knocked an inch out of
place. This must have been done by
- thing the eide-of-the-shiprlfrid—Cert..
vinees me that, we could not have sav
ed any mote in our boat, as she would
have filled •and gone down with a
heavier load. As the coxswain cut
. the fall a junk was seen close by under
sail. We started for her, intending
to bri n g her alongside if possible and
stet, !jib. Riing under sail, however,
and going free, she rapidly left us, and
in about two or three minutes we gave
it up, and turning to go. back to the
ship, found that she had disappeared.
We pulled to where we thought she
had been, hut seeing and hearing noth
finally beaded ror shore, and land
ed ahout 8:30. lat once went up to
a , Japanese house, engaged three
guides, and stinted otf fur Yokohama,
twenty-five or thirty miles distant.—
crossed five mountains on • our way,
and had the most•fatiguing tramp you
can imagine.. , • . .
We arrived, 'however; all safe at 4
o'clock, on the morning of the 25th,,
when spread the news and sent down
assistants, to the Wreck. The. vessel
was found yesterday; but no bodies-as
yet. Thb English Consular Court is
investigating the matter. All the offi•
cers of the Bombay have been examin•
ed our turn will come to-morrow. Mr.'
DeLong, the 'American Minister, is
conducting the -proceedings on our
behalf. .I landed on shore in an •uf(
dress uniform,' without a cap; and only
saved by•watch by havimr b it on.
• I have been very Much shattered
by the occurrence and subsequent fa
tigna,'but am now much better and
begin to-feel like myself. All Yoko
hama has been extremely kind, invi
tations to stay at private houses pour
ing in from all quarters. The feeling
against the captain of the Bombay for
not stopping is intense, and if the court
attempt to whitewash him violence
may be attempted..,
No vessel. that has over been in the
eastern Waters was so popular.as the
Oneida Even the English oflicers•say
they would much rather the misfor
tune had happened to'one•of their own
vessels. 01 the twelve officers eating
dinner at the time of the• collision, I
any the only one left. ;'
Lieutenant-Commander Stewart and
Ensign Adams wont to (ire the alarm'
guns, and ascertained that onn.of the
men at the wheel who : was killed and
swept overhoarii, had the key to the
magazinC in his poCket. Together'
they forced the door, and together
aided in firing three guns, but before
the fourth could be fired the e'ate'r
Wad gained so rapidly that the heavy
gun *and iron carriage slipped and
went down the hatchway, carrying
with it Ensign Adams and crushing
him to instant death.
Ensign Charles A. Copp was in
charge of the "berth deck," and, after
seeing all the sick and invalid seamen
removed to the deck, returned below
to his post of duty. A comrade hail
ed him to come on leek, as She ship
was' going down. "No," said Ensign
Copp, "I :lin stationed hero, and can
not come until relieved." Noble boy !
bravo youth ! "Not until relieved."
As his young voice firmly uttered
those noble words the wild waves of
the cruel sea engulfed the ship.
A Western paper, describing an
evening dress, says it bursts open at
the top and foams over.
A young Couple, Drowned on the Eve.
of their Marriage,
The Galena Gazette of a recentdato
says : A young man named Joseph Ri
diough and a young lady named Lizzie '
La Shello were drowned on the night
of the 26th lust, in Plum river, which
runs through - the eastern part of this
county, under particularly painful cir
cumstances. Au aumihment, had ex
isted between the young man and the
young lady fin• some time, and their
mall iage was to have taken place yes
terday, had Providence spared their
lives; but, sad to relate, on the above
flight they oung couple, accompanied
by Ay. Hainscough and a younger
brother of the lady, in relurnhg frnin
an entertainment at Say an n ab,at tem
ted to ford the river at the usu - at cros
sing place, over the breast attic dam.
The river, however ; had risen, and
when they were about half Way across
the horses stopped and refused to pro
ceed any farther. Mr. Hainscough
alighted, and discovering that they
were in danger, returned to the wagon,
removed some of his clothing, and then
made his way to the heads of the hor
ses, telling young Ridiough to pull
their heads up stream, but owing to
the excitement, occasioned by their
perilous position the wrong lino was
pulled, and the horses, wagon, and all
Pour of the party were swept by the ir
resistible force of the current over the
dam. Young La Shelle swain to the
shore, landing at a place about one
hundred yards below the dam. Tho
horses were taken out alive the next
morning. Nothing has since been
heard of the young man and the lady.
Thu young man was employed in the
woollen-mill at Hanover. This is the
second couple that have been drowned
on the 'eve of their marriage, in Plum
Virginia City is to be the scone of a
waltzing match for a purse of $lOOO
and the championship of Nevada. "
With a due regard to the require
ments cf Lent, a Portsmouth, N. H.,
firsherman caught on the 4th inst., a
codfish weighing 125 pounds.
There was another death from trick
inoo spiralis, mahing the fourth, in
Bridgeport, Conn., on Monday. The
sickness was caused by eating raw
The Louisiana Domocratic Stato
Committee proclaims that 'thero is
DO middle ground, except for those
who are on the road to the common
A.. Bangor man weeps for his fifth
wife. To prevent misapprehension it
should be added that ho weeps because
she is dead, and not because he is in
search of her.
Whittier being asked for an auto
graph the other day, at once complied
The name is but the sha , low, which we find
Too often larger than the man behind!
A London merchant advertised for
a clerk who could "hear confinement."
Ile received an answer from one who
had been seven - years in jail.
At alate revival meethig'an impul
sive yOung sinner prayed that Heaven
hv„l-4 - ...5i. An-54u.K. L , diek4- be—
tween whom he had been sitting,"es
peolidly the ono on the right."
California has a news paper known
as the 'Watsonville Pajaronian.. The
newsboys are shy of it.
In Califorcia slang a geologist is a
'rock 'sharp;" a botanist a "weed
:,harp;" a naturalist a "bug sharp," or
a "toad sharp " A "quartz sharp" is
a man who understands ores.
The adoption of chignons, panieri,
and "Grecian Bends," by the "girl of
the period" is Probably intended to
counteract the imputation commonly
made against her *of `•too much for
I wish you would step
over and see Mrs. Jones is this morn.
ing." Bridget. returned in a few min
utes with the information that Mrs.
Jones wasseventy-two years, ten
months. and eight days old.
Out in... Nevada, they an that, when
a white man kills an Indian ho pre
sents himmith a ticket of admission
to the red man's happy hunting
grounds Thus facetiously do they
intimate that he is in truth a dead
head. • ,
"Husband, I wish - you would buy
me some pretty feathers," "Indeed,
my dear little wife, yon look. better
without•them." "Oh, no," she said,
coaxingly, "you always call. me your
little bird; and pray, how does a bird
look without leathers ?" •
A' g entleman visiting his friend for
the first time in a' Very solitary arid
dreary situation, observed to 'him,—
"My dear Tom, Yon may have your
reasons for living here;' but," added
he, looking 'with great surprise at the
rookery, "what can induce these poor
birds to stay liere too ?"-
As Dr. D‘vight onee, passed through
a region of very poor land, he said
a farmer : "Sir, I..perceive your land
here is mot, very productive."
sir," said the honebt farmer; "our
land is just like sell righteonstiess."—
"Ah ! how is that ?" '!Why,, the more
a man has of it, th, poorer he is."'
ttER.An important legal decision has just
UCEll . givetrin West Cheker, this State, Amen
named Walker'left an umbrella in his wag
on, and on returning to it a ft:iv minutes . af
ter found the umbrella had disappeared. On
his way howie he'oyertook one named Morris
w a heavy rain,.with the umbrella. After
hearing the case, the Curt sentenced Mor
ris to ono months' imprisomnent, the costs
and nine of $1: It'is thus' judiciously de
termined that umbrellas are property.
STONE WARE:-4000 1, 2, 3,4, 5, and
6 gallon stone crock, jars, jugs and
churns, just received at the lied Font
Grocery and fbr sale wholesale and re
tail cheaper than at any other place in
OIL uikrrit WINDOW SHADES
GILT GOLD SHADES,
TAPE, CORD AND TASSALS
AT LE ilr IS' 'I3OOK STORE
th, box, pack, or Ito, quitothv, for mole At
LEW IS' 1100 K AND STA T7O NEILY STORE.
Subscribe for THE tiLeuu
CIAtITION—IIIy Wife, Mary Malin°
J Winterbalter haring loft !tubed and board, I here
by caution 01 Persona not to trust her on any account as
1 will pay no debts of her contracting.
tdch.lo-3t* MAltylif WINTERIIALTETt.
The co-partnership heretefute existing and known
as Baker & Appleby, bag this day dissolved by mutual
consent. The books of the firm x ill ho in the bands of
.1. M. Appleby f m eettletnent until the let of Apt it 1870.
All per•mns indebted to Bled firm aro earnestly requested
to make payment by or before that time.
J. 31'011V1.1.:Y A PPLI•IIY,
Oibkonia. March 10,1870.* Sure. P.❑•tncrs.
pA WI'NERSHIP DISSOLUTION.
The pal tnerdlitt horelofot &social i botweeti El E:
ontine. and :mho Reilly, "tending 'under the mono uC
0 it, tu t , war ditonalroal on Mare:tit:l by mutu
al: eute.oot. 'I lin honky main the Is soda of Jrono
Inets fur sostflemina. •
Huntingdon. 31rIt. 16,,1870 ; ;
A valuable hum situated 1 and a half miles north
west of Marklesburg Station. Huntingdon
county, adjoining lands of Michael Garner
and others, having erected that con a
STONE DWELLING 110 USE,
and a good frame barn, with all other small
buildings necessary to make a home conve
nient. Allso„h.good tenant liouse"Mnd eteble
txia neve'r-failiaigAiritlia of ;hater end pa
orchard With good frOi(i Iron ore Toulid
in abundance on the niountain land. Reas
onable terms given for payment. For fur
ther information apply to
2t-* WM. GARNER.
Olover•Creelc, Blair Co., Pa.
: . ...;
p ÜBLIC; SA LE
The undersigned will sell at Public Salo
at his residence on the road loading from
Shirloysburg to Mt. Uniun, •
On Friday, .March 18th, 1870,
The following personal property, to wit :
FIVE HEAD OF YOUNG CATTLE,
One pair Southdown Sheep, 13 head corn
mon sheep, 1 good Cow, will sum . be
fresh, 1 two-hurse thimble skeined wagon, .1
two-horse mower, 1 spring hay rake, buggy,
sulky, corn-sholler, corn coverer, pair hay
ladders,-1.10..7 iron plow, - bull plow, double
shovel plow, grain cradle, 2 sets'breoebband
gears, set yankce harness. Also, a variety
of Household and Kitchen Furniture consist
ing of 1 bureau, cupboard, settee, 2 pair of
bedsteads, cook stove, and a number 'of other
articles too tedious to mention.
Sale to commence 1O o'clock, when at
tendance and reasonable terns will be given.
J. K. PETERSON,
B. B. PETERSON.
JOIIN X. LUTZ, Auctioneer. mhlG
a ,precept to me directed, dated at Huntingdon, tim
2.311 s of January, A. I). 1810, tinder the 111111,18 01111 seal
ul MO 1101/. George . Taylor, President of the Court of
Common Picas, Oyer and Tet miner, and general jail delvi
ery of the 24th Jusheial District of Penasylvania, compo
sed of Iltintiugdon, Blair and Calabria counties; and the
lions. Anthony .1. Beaver and aunt Cl ultson, hisussoci.
lies, Judges of the county of Huntingdon, jIlitiCCS 1113-
signed, appointed to hesr, try and domain., .111 and m cry
indictments inside or taken Mr or concerning all crimes,
is Inch by the laws of the State are made capital, or felon
ies of sleuth, and other offences, cranes and misdemeanors,
which hare been or shall hes coffer be committed or limpe
t' ated, for crimes aforesaid—l out cone Bonded to make
public ploclantation throughout my whole bailiwick, that
a Court of Oyer and Terminer, of Common Pleas nod
(Blaster Sachems, will be held at the Court House In the
borough of Huntingdon, en the second Monday:(snd II th
day) of A Pill L, 1.570, end thoio wlto will prosecute the
Bash misoners, lie then mid there to prosecute them as it
shall be just, and that all Justices of the Peace, Cos oiler
and Constables is 1111111 said county, be then and /1/ClO 111
tlealr player persons, atlo o'clock, a. so. of said day, nit),
their secure's. Mauro tams, examinations mid rememln an.
cer, to do those things which to their offices respectively
app. tarn. -
luttod at Huntingdon, tho 16th of 31nt elt, In tho 3 oor
ou• tot a one tlionhand eight Into& oil and sot ent
and the 01111 31 ar of Anon kiln littlepotulthre.
1). NEEVY, sheriff.
- DUO CLAM ATION.--1V IlliltE AS, by
a precept to lac directed by the Judges of the Com
mon I'lool of the county of Iltudingdou, beef lug teat the
:lath of January, A. In. 1170, 1 lull routotauded to make
public Pt oclatnation throughout 013 0 hub, haiku id., tintt
it Coin t of 'OOllllllOll Pico, 1,111 be held at the Court - Ilcateo
in the borough ut /NllOllOOll, on lite 3rd Monday (and
thin day) of A Pit IL, A. a. 1810, for the trial .of all is
sues in vaid Coact inch mount underelmhzell Solute
the sold Judges, when and x het e ull Jut ors, Witne.., and
lliturot,AnAlio..AA/aAe .1.4111 bones nry retittleutt* - ..
Dated Itt Iluttlutgdutt, the 16111 of March, ill the your of
nut 1.01,1 one ISOnsand eight hundred nod eoll;),[ty,
and the Ulth 3 ear of Auto tcantlndependt
1870,•-•.P.Iti/6 ;ST * Or' l • lAB7O
AT REDUCED PRIC,E.,S.
JAATES A. BROWN,
Is constantly receiving at his new
lAT ITUIVTIIVGDON,-PA, •
Denutiful Patterns of Carpets, fresh front the ; rooms of
tho manufacture., Ills stuck comprises
VENITIAN, WOOL DUTCH,
LIST and RAG CARPETS,
COCOA and CANTON MATTINGS,
FLOOR, STAIR and TABLE
AIL C:P PC ° ..IEiC tEi 7
WINDOW4IIADES':iind-Fixtiiti2s,:Driiggets, Yell et
Rims, Door Mats,Rxira Carp - et Thretid and Binding
siMko specialty,of-furnishing WILIItCIIr.S end
LOW E . , at City Prices, and blotto Fm nishing Content
tees to call and ace goods made expreesly for Chair pur
day eta aill sore money and Its better suited• by :going
to,tho regutar,Carpet. and Qil Oloth Store for any; of, th a
above geode. rdefy competition in prima add- va . r.o ty
of beautiful patterns. ' "
CARPI:TS 25 cents per YARD and UPWARDS.
I hare 0100 ttu Ag,ney for the Vaginal
no well kllO, aas the best Faintly Madillua in the world.
Olt at the UARPBT STOREancl see theta.
JAMES A. BROWN.
Huntingdon, Melt If, 10Bra.
The Trial of Bohner all Bohnlairg;
TUE J'EIUIITAL MIIIIDERERS,
The Confession of. Bodenburg
• • AND'
FOR SALE AT LEIi.IS'•BOOIi 'STORE.
DEPARTMENT OF COMMON Scuone,
Ilarrlsbut g, February 23, 1b70.1
7o Ine ~ c .'tofil Directors of Duntingrion County:
(it Yr 1.2111. : AplilleMloll lon tog been made Lithe
bum& IA directors of nutjoiity of the Sc huet disloicts
itt said County, mating [hell des,. o to inn ca.io the sal.
ary 01 Alto County Superiutentleut thereof, yea are lu
rpectlolly rLutn,,t,4l to Inert in 030,011000 at the Coto t
house 111 11414)OglItOl," ott Tll,tl I,SI/.117, the 17 th ,toy of
MA Hell. 11-70, itt In' the nailnOon rot the pit r
pe,t, above stored, accortling to the torso, oC tho eighth
ieetion oi thu snenlinnttent to the School Lair. ApptoNed
tow nth day 02 Mob 1.051.,
Meli2 3 Owe. , f , Common
NOTICE to .leatte 'Myers, Jno. A.
Myers, and Elm:do-tit Lung: Take notice-that
tt lute has been granted by the Conn t of Common (gluts
ut Huntingdon County to show cause mby club:faction
should not be 4:btu ed upon a certain Mortgage given by
Christian Myers to lieu. 3lyets, deed., April 4, rage DU,
nwuug the I eCel tht of Huntingdon county, and which is
a hen on 117 amen and 104 perches of land in Shit ley
hop., Huntingdon enutey Pennsylstutia.
Mch 2, L. It. P. NEELY, Sheriff.
10,000 bushel.' of Wheat, Rya, Oats, and Co
at the lions wgdou Steam.
. JosraT xt.;claimoN
• - •
Iluutingdon, Noi:: 17, 1.60.1(
From the kiln of •
Lien. Taylor. .Inrklesiturg, prov
en by chemical analysis to Ins of the beet quality, con
Mandy kept and for Halo in ony quantity, at thu depot o
thu llnnttontion and Road T p Railroad. ,
Apply to,ttenty Lei.ter, rvopriutut of the "Brea,
Top ttouuu.' • -; (604 f
. s :;
..16 - 4:31t TI-3CM 3ESIMMiriL°
SUGARS, QUEENS WARE,
tr:o &0., &C.,
.pop, 330.=_K smx.ms.
This institution in the beautiful mountatn.girt valley
of Kishatcoquillas, affords sueerier adeautages of educe-,
lion. Thololmllly ellicient and competent instructors in
French, Chnillotti, Muting,' Drawing, and Masle in
A Normal class formed i priug terfn. wLinli continuing
twelve nuekr, ttitt its .5 pill ant. Expellees tor the year
$21.0. Our Catalogue address
Hishaeoquillas, 31ifIlin Co., Va..
Jan. 26, 1870.-6 m,
NORMAL SELECT SCHOOL
A four months' sessipnLopttps „MONDAY. NIARCIT 38
1870, fur Mutt uctioulit tlis.Atonnuoit atill'lligher Blanch
es, Music, l'holicirnttby, Thriary of Teackingzutc.
. hates moderato and Juition satisfactory. - - s
For full purtkulard, - a . 'J. 4:BAKER.
rilnE -Flan OP LEAS;&:MoVITTX,
i:have leased the-large jlvez=etorjr - -:Lesithl3ll.lo.o,
N 0.432, NowrifTIIIRD STREET, ITILATtET4'WA,
And interid.doing n II Ide - nail Leather. Coniniliiion Iluel•
Their sons D. E. LEAS,-and T:11. MOITTY, aro there,
and. authorized to carry on the - business for theni-144
they young men - of good .moral character, and fine
business qualifiCatious. They 'solicit the 'tetra . ..age of
their btothor Tanners lathe county nod elsewhere
.1. -- :•,They stilt will - continue to keeps good assortment
of r punish 00 Sloughfor Sole Leather on hands, at their
Tannery, near Three splings,-liontitlgdon County, Pa.
unti3.tf. • • LW!. ds:AICIVITTY
Makes a Lasting Shinn.
!rhoeo oho black their boots on Saturday night with
ordinary blacking. don't have much shiuu on Sunday; us
th i n polich felne off; Imp the
A ohinO of ,
Lasts Saturday- Night and all day Sunday.
- IT BEATS ANYOTHER BLACKING MADE.
•Mann lectured only by .3, B. BOBBINS, id his immense
Soap and Blacking ;Boas, Moth ntr,4l and Gummi
town Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa.
For solo by Massey A Co., adjoining Lewis' Book Store,
Huntingdon, Pa. -- • , novIS
Lj E LO CK, PINE BILL STUFF,
tioards,,Plank. Shingled, Plastering and Otingling
t.nlh, constantly on . hand. >
WorkZd Flooring. Sash, Minds, Doors, Door hnd Win
dow Franca, throbbed at manuthe urers' prices.
Grain and country product g.nPrally bought at market
rates. WAGONER & 11110.,
aug2s4( ' Phil.ps•burg, Centre to., Pa.
FOR THE LADIES.
A superior artiele of note raper and Ent elope
sub Itc for confide/Wut con espondeneo, for sale at
LEIVJ . r. l, & STATIOr , -121' •TORE.
Sar For neat JOB PRINTING, call at
the “GLOBE JOB PRINTINC, Latin
tingflon, Pa. _
SIIERI Pl' 'S •SA _LE. __ - ,
By virtutof a writ of Vend. Ex. directed to me, I
trill expose to public' sale, at the Court House, on 1111J118-
BAY, the 21th eity 'of JIAItCII,I47O, at 2 o'clock p. ru.
the following property town: , •
All Ow ilea ti
tlo•nd in wrest of Lie
'Defendant lu all that certain tract or pared of land, ; att.-
nate in ,lorkeon township,' bounded by lamb+ of the'heire
'of Benjamin Carver, David Barriek, Robert 3lyton and
others, containing Ono hundred nerve, more or iota:
3'eizett taken in execution and to beeold on the prop
arty of Oeo.
1 . 31ARES COLTS.
1:, The Undersigned mill" tiell tit - PubHu'
at his residence in Juniata tuivrlshp-,
.61 S/Zittra4,;.ka'ri4 19;.1870 ; - ,
The: fulluicing deicritied
TW - Cr - GOOM WORKING — MARES;
heay.y.„l,v,ithjQitl,:,. Iltre v e;jcat„..itntl,l
tie ßot eni' (dd. I ...
Terms : Nine months credit by giving
note with alkiwoi.ed — iiddritY. , t0;960-
mence rut 1 o'clock. • • • ; ••• ••• ' 4
mh2 , ' D. w..I4oIfEL.SnpRF:. 4
•The'Zith'scriber will sell at Public Sale;
the Washingtqu Hotel, •
7.„, - .. - att„:„2hursda),l2ll - arck
Thefolloviirig'deilCribed property, viz :
BEDSTEADS and „BEDDING
Wash-stands, bowls, pitchers,' 'fOles and
chai_re,..,... , Two parlor stoves,; bar-room
atove:artd bar fixtures, and 'a gene'ral asticitt
tnereof Hotel fixtures, too,numprous to.:Men:
tion. Spie to commence at lA/ o'clock, a: tm;
when terms will be made known.
pp.BLIp SALE •
The , sub9criber will sell• at•pbblie outcry,
at his residence near llsrklesburg, Hunting ;
don county, Pa., ;:).I,tkyt
- On ,IVednqa!ny; 171417:p7M-1870; . :
The following describedmperty, ciz :
TWO BEAD ar wait HORSES',
• Zonr milcli• Co two be'ad:of 'beef Cattle,
eight - head of young Cattle, Two Shoats and
Sheer, 2 four-hdrse wagensj wagon - body,
1 cluverseed huller, T fodder Cutter;2 grain
drills, 1 grain reaper and mower, plows and
harrows, L'hey rake, hay hoister :Aid' rope,
sled, cook store, kettle, 2 beds, table, eto.,
Sale to commence nt 9 o'clock, when tile
terms sill be inade Icnown.,
JOHN 31Ecirmik, Aucticneer.
TRILL FOR SALE:
rt ( VIII. subscriber offerbis new "Grist
_1 • and Mill liousn, Balloted in West township._
:Add 31111 Pi Balloted An the heart of, Nome k
Valle.); goo.' wain country; boon good .custom; and Is.
within six miles ol thu PC/11111. railroad.
For further particulars unite or ore • •
11 exifY tuurrNEß,
3022 /Neff Mills, limit. uo., Pa..
Boy Lots frotolitayouels of - • ,
l'orclot4ers desiring to build can horn Tory liberal
terms us to istyments Now is the limo , . to invest. • Ap.
ply to [jytitti] • It: ALLISON MILLER.
M: 13 . 7 E71 : 31ja
From $4,00 to $150,00 a set
LADIES' and GENTS'
:Ladies' HeOds ;
kinds, Heavy Fineißlaek -BeaverCloth
and .ingle, Corsets, Bouleinrd.Blcirfit,
'Dress Gands; bumestio•EGoods, - ..4;.1ats
TOBACCO A NI) SUGARS GUM oymn - SIGNS, and
tlinn.and and otiu °Unit. thing,B, all cheaper than any oil;
• • • ' • .1
T IIIE "GLOBE JOB; ,01111INEy-i
-j_ the meet complete of tiny in the country, and foie.
sasses timcntoattamplefacilitlea for prompliy,n)tecutlnifii
the best etyle, every variety of Job Printing, inch na • •
P r io,aii.A.l6 it k 1 1' 51 ' ; ' t-
• - LABELS, &C &C•°
CALL AV. IXAMINZ.IIPECIICZNO.Or RORIE,
LEWIS' BOON STATIONERY & MUSIC STORE.
IBLANKS - BLANKS! .41f.pycp
eiNSTABLE'S SALES, ATTACIPP EXECUTkbNi
SUMMONS.' - ' • " DEEM '74 . 4.. 2..;i1N - :
SCHOOL ORDERS, JUDGMENT NOTES.
LEASES FOR lIOUSES,'.I:.. NATURALIZATION Itl%
COMMON BONDS, JUDGMENT BONDS, It 4
WARRANTS, FEE BILLS,
NOTES, with a waiver of the $3OO Law.
JUDGMENT NOTES, with a waiver,of.,the $3OO Law.
ARTICLES or. AG REIZIENT,AvitIi Woollen.
MARRIAGE CERTIFICATES, for Justices of the Peace
and Ministers_of..the Gospel.
COM PLAINT,GPARROT, and COMMITMENT, In ease
of Assault Mid'llottOry, /Ma Afftrty.;" 'w•A
FCLERE FACIAS, to recover amount of Judgment.
COLLECTORS' ItECEIPTS, foirvState,i,Unnicty;, School,
Ito nit Kb Aridrrint nohip Taxes.
Panted on superior paper. and for sale at the Office a
the HUNTINGDON GliODEirr
BLANKS, of eveiy descriptiOn,'printCd - to order, neatly
at short notice, and on good Paper.
This establishment is inane west room of Messrs.,
Fisher 5: Soled building-in the DiamOnd, IluntingfiOn,
and is a most desirable location for a good Merchant
Tailor. Parties wishing to -Purchase the entire stock
would do moll to call • sootl; es the establislimout now en
joys a good custom and ready made trade. The stock has
been greatly reduced by recent sales and the remainder
will be disposed of, wholesale or retail, at great bargains
so the proprietor intends moving oast after the first et
, Aoyantity, of : t eq A • ,Z
HATS;iOIPS‘ , .
FURNISHING GOODS, &O.-
dApocird Xi AUCTION EVERY SATURDAY
until solifout. Also—For solo, a gopdsocand,ltandnaliff.
Feb. 234 f.
~~~~rc:rAc~.E~ - :
A fine and laygo al3Sii4ment always on
P._ ;lAA ,
AT BOOK STORE.
RE VENUE STAMPS
AT 1!EIVI8' . :13004 - STORE.
IX] . M. LEBVlS,;, l Dealerin I3oolcs, Sta
7T tiotio6: and liVitrulants, corner of gle
D. R P. NEELY, Shoiii,
/AM , .
lIUSTISQDQN, rA. ` ' `