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Tuesday Morning, Deo. 13, 1870.
The "Globe" has the largest number of
readers of any other paper published in the
county. Advertisers should remember this.
To our Friends, Patrons, Readers,
Enemies, and the Public in
We take pleasure in informing all
iiiferested that, we have made arrange-
meats to enlarge and improve the
Globe as early in January next as pos-
Our now pOwer press for tho
paper, one of the best make in use,
will be finished and placed in our office
by the first of January, and a new and
Unproved power press for fine job
printing will also bo on band in a short
timo, when we will be ready to do
work with any offico outeido of the
cities, and most work equally as good
and as cheap as it can be done in the
cities. Of course, we will be at a
heavy expense in making the improve-
menta we have determined upon, but
wo feel very sure the friends of the
Globe will come to our assistance in
good time. New eabscribere received
at any time
stir Bills have been introduced in
bcth Houses of Congress to repeal tho
- Ver He who would write up tho
"living issues" should not . delve among
the carcasses of the dead.
zTho public printing in the Con
gressional printing office cost, for the
year ending September 30, 81,609,860.
726 a. Viscount Trielhard is now at
Washington representing France in
the•role of Minister Plenipotentiary
COY - The Altoona Tribune's fling at
prominent leading Republican poli
ticians of:this county is severe.
Didn't think the editors would venture
out so Tar from honie.
. SW - The announcement of the pro
mised reduction of the national debt
to the extent of fifty millions of dol
lars nextyear will be as gratifying to
the, people as was the large decrease
during the past twelve months.
Er It is said that King William of
Prussia is a practical printer. From
4he manner in which he has overrun
his enemy's lines, and knocked their
forms into pie, we think he is no, botch,
but a very poor hand at composing
THE PAPER.—We have received a
copy.of Pittsburgh's new daily, styled
The Paper. It is a nine column pa
per, full of news, ably edited and well
printed. It is Democratic, and will
vie with the Post in every particular.
We wish it pecuniary success.
stii.. - The Commissioner of .Agricul
ture has received from St. Petersburg
a collection of Russian apples, inclu
ding about 400 varieties in duplicates.
Grafts from these will ;be distributed
to nurserymen and others who desire
to propagate from them. '
THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE.—We is- .
sued President Grant's able message
in an extra last week as soon as it was
possible for us to do so after it was
read in Washington. It is worthy of
a careful perusal and we have no
doubt our readers have given it that
before this time.
THAT'S THE RIOHT SPHIIT.—Since
our last issue, in which we announced
our determination to enlarge and im
prove our paper, and to secure new
presses and material at a heavy ex
pense, many. ofour patrons in arrears
have paid up, and paid in advance, to
encourage us. And new subscribers
are also coming in, and promises in
abundance from every direction, that
we will be strongly backed by the Re
publican.party in the efforts we intend
to make to build up the party again
to its strength in '6B. We will try to
deServe All the support we shall re
Postmaster General's Report.
The deficiency in - the Post Office
Department for the year 1870, is $2,-
814,116''98, as against $3,970,287 45
for, the year 1869. The Department is
still not self-sustaining, but the deficit
thisyear is unusually and gratifying
ly small. In his report, Mr. Cresswell
ugaia recommends the abolition of the
frat,king privilege, by which the De
partment.would soon become self-sus.
taining,and says that enough is known
to show the aggregate cost of free. mat
te"foi the year to be filled, equal to
the above mentioned deficiency. He
strongly, urges the adoption of the
"Correspondence Cards" -now in use
in North - Germany and Great 13ritain,
a description of which we published
some time ago. A number of other
sabre:eta are discussed at length, of
Which the crowded condition of our
.coltimns will not permit us to speak.
At the close of the war Alex. IL
Stephens was elected to the United
States Senate, and was rejected by
that body. The question now arises
whether his friends would not have
cause to complain if ox Governor
Vance, or North Carolina, is admitted.
Vance's chances of admission is a pro
minent theme at the national capital
just now• The impression is that he
also will be rejected. His record dur
ing the war has been overhauled, and
some damaging revelations brought to
light. Among others is his speech
made to a confederate regiment, in
which he said :—"Boys, fight till h—l
freezes over, and then fight on the ice.
Fight until you fill h—l so full of Yan
kees that their feet stick out of the
windows." In 1863 he issued a proc
lamation relative to deserters from
the rebel army, and Union men who
harbored them, of which the following
is an extract :
"The father or the brother who does
it (discourages a member of his family
from enlisting) should be shot instead
of his deluded victim, for ho deliber
ately destroys the soul and manhood
of his own flesh and blood. And the
same is done by him who harbors:and
conceals the deserters. What honest
man will ever wish or permit his own
brave sons or patriotic daughters, who
bore their part with credit during the
great struggle for independence, to as
sociate, even to its third and fourth
generations, with the vile wretch who
skulked the woods, or the still viler
coward who aided him, while his bleed•
ing country was calling in vain for his
After the surrender of Leo, in a
speech at Greensboro, he said :
"We have failed this time--there can
be no doubt about that—but the time
is yet coming that the principles for
which wo fought will succeed. I may
not live to see it, but certainly my
children will, and, it I live to bo an old
man, I shall see it also."
It is this class of men that the De.
moeratie party of the South persist in
giving the highest offices in their gift
Greeley wants all such men admitted,
he thinks if a few more of the same
kind were in Congress now there
would be no difficulty electing a Ito
publican President in '72.
Summary of War News.
The city of Orleans was taken by
the Prussians on Sunday a week, after
a severe battle that lasted several
days. The German forces engaged
embraced the united armies of Prince
Frederick Charles, the 3d, oth, and
10th Corps, under the Duke of ➢leek-
Icuberg, one Bavarian corps, and two
infantry and two cavalry divisions,
150,000 men in all. The French force
consisted of six corps, aggregating
160,000 men, but was deficient cav
alry. The battle commenced on Thurs
day, and continued with varying suc
cesses during Friday and Saturday,
and on Sunday the city was taken
King William telegraphed to Queen
Augusta under date of Versailles, De
cember sth :
'"Uhe city of Orleans was occupied
by our forces last night, without being
stormed. The 3d corps tfm_lc.,o‘..ullon
and I mitraillguae.- - 1116 - Bth corps of
the let Ainiy, on the 4th inst., boat
the French in several conflicts north
east of Ronan, taking one gun and 400
prisoners. Our loss was Y killed and
40 wounded. WILLIAM."
On Monday the Prussians sent a flag
of truce into Paris announcing the
capture of Orleans and the rout of the
,of the Loire. The Parisians
still hold oat with determined obsti
nacy, although it is not believed they
will be able, for want of provisions, to
do so much longer. These aro Prus
On the other hand the French gov
ernment appeals to the people of
France to still maintain resistance,
which is certain to end in triumph.—
During another month 800,000 French
men will be in arms. So'Grambetta
There is much dissatisfactioa with
General Paladines for having evacua
ted Orleans, and in order to give him
an opportunity to dofend hhnself, the
Minister of War has charged three,
commissioners to inquire into the mat
The Germans claim to have cap-
tured 10,000 prisoners and 77 guns at
Reduction of the Publio Debt.
The public debt was reduced during
the year ending Nov. 30, $119,251,240,
and from' the Ist of March, 1869, 'to
December Ist, covering the period
of Grant's administration (20 months)
$191,151,6650vhich carries with it a
reduction in the interest account at
the rate of something more than ten
millions - per annum. Secretary Bout'
well, In his annual report, estimates
that the public debt will be reduced
$50,000,000 including payments on ac.
count cf the sinking fund, during the
next fiscal year. 'The average premi
um on gold for• the first eleven months
of the present year has been 15.2 per
coot. while Ibr the year 1869„ it aver
aged 32-9, showing an increased value
in paper money of about 17 per cont.
SW - A train of twenty-two cars , ar
rived in New York city on Tuesday
last with an invoice of twonty car loads
of tea and two of silk, only thirty-four
days out from Yokel:l'lll.nd or twenty
three days. on- the Pacific and eleven
days by railroad. This is the quickest
time on record.
Irm,.The Legislature meets on the
3d of January, 3871.
Eus. GLOBE : The manner now of
selecting the jurors is somewhat differ
ent from what it was formerly. The
law formerly required that the County
Commissioners and Sheriff should se
lect those who were to act as jurors.
By this mode of selecting, it some
times happened that all three Com
missioners and the Sheriff belonged to
the same political party and would
place in the jury wheel none but those
who belonged to their party. As great
injustice was frequently done to suit
ors, who belonged to the opposite par
ty, the Legislature in the winter of
1867 passed an act for the more im
partial selection of Jurors. By this
act, the power to select jurors was ta.
ken away from the County Commis
sioners and Sheriff. The people were
required to elect two persons to act as
Jury Commissioners, one from each
political party. It, was made the duty
of those Jury Commissioners to meet
at least thirty days before the first
term of the Court of Common Pleas, in
every year, and fill the jury wheel
with the names of those who were to
act as jurors for the ensuing year_
the number they were to place in the
wheel having been previously fixed by
the court. At the November term of
our court the number of jurors to'bo
placed in the wheel for this yeariwas
fixed at six hundred. After tbo names
of those who have been selected to act
as jurors have been placed in the jury
wheel, it is sealed and locked, the
wheel remaining in possession of the
Jury Commissioners and the key with
the Sheriff. After the wheel has been
filled, the Jury Commissioners and
Sheriff open it and draw out the num
ber of jurors required for that term of
court and then again lock and seal the
- This fall S. B. Chaney of Hunting.
don borough and John Vandevander
of Walker township, woro elected Jury
Commissioners to servo three years.
They have been engaged for a numbor
of evenings back at the Register's Of
fico in filling tho jury wheel for the
coming year. The following is the
apportionment of Jurors to the differ
ent townships and boroughs as made
by the Jury Commissioners:
To Huntingdon borough is allotted
West township, 48 "
Jackson " 46 "
Porter " 40 "
Walker " 47 "
Barre° 44 36 ' 14
Franklin " 35 "
Wart iorsek " 25 "
Tod 44 95
Brady It 23 CC
Union " 20 "
Henderson " 15 "
Oneida " 14 "
Morris " 12 "
Penn " 14 "
Cromwell •, 14 "
Mt. Union borough 12 "
Cass township, 12 "
Shirley 9 4.
Cassvillo borough, 3 "
Lincoln township, 7 "
Dublin .4 5
Shitleysburg boro. 5 "
Mapleton 1 ' 5 11
Tell township, 4 "
Broad Top City bor. 4 "
Coalmont ti 2 C 4
Clay township, 3 "
Orbisonia borough, 3 "
Three Springs 2 "
Springfield township 1 "
Hopewell " 1 "
Carbon 0 "
Birmingham bore. 0 "
Mt. Union district, 0 "
—.lb.—Lute -apportionment -- eighteirrl
townships and boroughs constituting
over one-half the county, aro not likely
to have any jurors at any of our co arts
during the next year. Some seven
others aro not likely to havo over two
or three during the same period, while
it fulls to the lot of Huntingdon boro.
and nine other townships to furnish all
the jurors for the next year. We
would like the Jury Commissioners
to explain why all the jurors are
taken from the Upper End, while few
or none are taken from .the Lower
End of tho County ? ,Is this a par.
tial or impartial selection ? The law
requires that the selection should bo
made from ,the county at largo; why
was it selected from ono borough and
The Jurors for the January Court
have boon drawn. Huntingdon boro.
has 21 Jurors for that Court—while
Birmingham, Carbon,Coalmont, Hope
well, Juniata, Lincoln, Oneida, Orbiso
nia, Shirloysburg, Springfield, Three
Springs, and Mount ,Union, District,
have not a single juror, and 'Broad
Top City, Clay, Cromwell, Henderson
and Penn, have only ono apiece, and
Dublin, Morris, Mapleton and Toll,
have but two each. Twenty-one town
ships and boroughs, one-half tho coun
ty, have in all 13 jurors, while Hunt
ingdon borough alone has 21. We do
not impute any bad motive to the Ju
ry Commissioners, but the selection of
our juries is of vital importance to ev
ery citizen of the county. There is
something very strange hero, and we
call upon the Jury Commissioners to
explain it, as further inquiries will be
made on the subject. .
. The value of farms and farm proper.
ty in .Kansas is over $83,000,000. The
grain raised last year amounted to 24,-
• In Sandwich Islands it is death for
a man's • mother in-law' to visit him
without 'permission. Happy Sand-,
wich Ishinders! "
Pennsylvabia, according to official
statistics, ranks fourth amoung the
States of the Union as reggi•ds the num,
her of its merchant vessels and the
total amount of ifs tonnage.
A balloon, according to the account
of three persons who were captured in
it near Verdun, came there from Par
is in three hours And a quarter, or at
the rate of about forty-five miles an
It is stated that largo quantities of
white clay, called Kaolin, are shipped
monthly from Georgia to the North•
It is extensively mixed with flour and
pulverized sugar, and is used in the
manufacture of fancy-candies and con
fections of different kinds.
An Ohio school boy wrote the fol
lowing "composition" on trees :, , . , There
arc a great'many trees,the ap,
plo, peach, plum, cherry and, ‘ greht
many other kinds. like oerry pie
Over Niagara Falls.
On Sunday morning the 20th ult ,
Mrs. T. M. Avery. who registered
herself at the Spencer House, Niagara
Falls, as Mrs. Hill, from Chicago,
walked out, edreloped in a waterproof
cloak, upon the bridge that spans the
turbulent Stream between Goat Island
and the mainland. Hero she walked
to and fro on the foot path a few min
utes, in a manner• which showed that
she desired to attract attention. Her
singular, actions did very shortly call
the attention of a man employed near
by. When she saw that she was watch
ed she ceased to prominade, halted a
moment close to the• riling of the
bridge, and then climbed over it and
stood on the extreme outer edge of the
structure. The man, who had been
watching her. at this juncture started
to approach her, but before he could
reach her she raised her cloak, pulled
it over het• head and plunged headlong
into the rushing wale! a. The clothing
of Mrs. Avery kept her afloat until
she reached tho verge of the precipice,
when she disappeared over the Ameri
The person who had seen the per
formance at once made known the
circumstances. It coming to the ears
of the landlord of the Spencer House,
he at once went, to her room. ' There
ho found two letters, one addressed to
himself, and the other to a Mr Avery,
Chicago. The letter to the landlord
informed him that in a drawer in the
room he would find $25, from which
she wished him to take pay for her
and asked him to forward the
other letter to its destination. The
letter was so sent, and a dispatch has
been received from Mr. Avery request•
ing all the particulars.
Mrs. Avery, who lived at 245 west
Washington street,Cbicago, disappear.
ed last Friday afternoon. Here mental
faculties had been impaired by an
attack of typhoid fever.
A man who was being shaved a few
days agn, in a Chicago barber shop no•
ticed that the barber did not early a
very steady hand, but thought it best
not to be alarmed at trifles. When how
ever, the tonsorial artist procured a
box to stand upon, with the remark
that "the snakes were all over the
floor and ho wanted to get Out of their
way" the customer concluded to fin
ish the job himself.
The census returns show that the
Presbybirians are the wealthiest de
nominntion in Philadelphia, their pro•
party being worth more than $4,000-
000. They also furnish more sittings
than any other church• The Episco
palians stand next in both respects.
An English writer thinks the Amer
lean early potatoes will come to an
end ere long, for as each new variety
is claimed to ripen about ten days
earlier than any other, the time be
tween planting and digging will soon
be used Up:
An editor speaking or a drink •ho
once had occasion to indulge in, says
ho could not tell whether it was bran.
dy or a torchlight procesbion going
down his throat. his taste had not
tzt„ The Russian bluster for war
will blew over like a March wind.
ItiisMn. is Willing to submit hoe objec
tions to the arbitration of tho Congress
trIq"&VET - COM O P:mI-r--
CALVIN S. CROWELL, Agent,
DEA LIM IN .
DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN SALT,
122 and 124 North Wharvos,
DecemberlB, 18704 y.
k.) HERIFF'S SALES.—By virtuo of
sundry wiito of Vial Fa nod 'Wendt Ex directed
to me, I will expose to public sale or outcry, at tho Court
House, in the born. of Huntingdon, on MONDAY, the 9ra
of JANUARY, 1871, at 2 o'clock, P. M., the following
described property to wit:
All that contain lot of ground situ
ate in the borough of Alexandria, fronting on Main et..
GO feet, and extending at right angles to an alley along
the rgnua. canal, adj dining another lot belonging to Mr
Qemusill on kiln exst, and a int oiJohn H. Kennedy on
the west. No. 27 in the town plot. having a (largo two
story frame dwelling house and other improvemenos
Seim], taken into ezeention and to be sold as the prO
perty of \William S. Walker.
Alto—All that certain tract or par
cel of land situate In Union township, Wont ingdon: co ,
bounded as follows: en the south by lends of Jo e . Lur f.
mon, on thu north by lands of Solomon Myerly, on the
east by lands or ItoSert Oakman on the vie.t. by hind of
John Curfmen, known os the .tAtitinbists Mill Property"
haying thereon erected n grist mitt, am mill, log hones,
and other outbuildings, containing 45 acres and allow
Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold ai Um prop
erty of William J.
Alsti—:All of defendant's right, tiile
and interest fn end to 200 acres of loud, more or less, sit
mutt In 'rod Owlishly. Iluntingdon comity, adjoining
lands of W S Entrekin, Jac. b Hess, nod Savage's heirs,,
ulynit 101 nerve of abide nee cleared and has thereon
erected:two log lions., tr log barn; saw mill and other
Also—io acres of land, more or less, being the Ifor n
insmu. trget, nail adjoining the above, having thence
erected ono two-story log honse. Seized, taken in exacta
lion and to be cold as the •pioperty of 3lichaol Stone' a
odium with notice to widen and heirs.
Also—Tour. acres of' land, with sta
blo and slaughter-huusu thereon, ndjoining lands of Is.
mei Of alibis on the south•onst, Dr.Clemmiii on the west,
alley of the borough of Alex puffin on the east.
Alan—l acres adjoining J. P. McCluro on tho
George Walker on the south, mein road east. Soloed,
taken io execution, and to ho sold as am property of
Also—All that certain tract or
col of land, situate in Union township, bounded on the
north by Medi of Ephraim Thompson and Henry Corbin
east by Joshua Johns, west by Robert Jacobs. south by
Hobert Tanks. et al, containing about 140 acres more or
leas, having thereon canted a tno.story frame house,
f rame bar, and raw mill (geared)'ind other oubuildings.
Seized, taken in execution audit° be Bold as the prop,
mix of Isomer Note°. , •
WINE vo POIICITAEEES.—Biddera at Sheriff's Sales will
lake +entice that immediately upon the property being
knocked down, fifty pct' taut. of all bids under sldo. and
tWerity-live per Lent, of all bidsiriei that cam, must ho'
paid to the Sheriff, or the property mill he set op again
and sold to other holders who will comply with the above
If court continues two weeks delyl acknowledged on
Wednesday of second Week. One icek's court, plopeity
knocked down on Monday and deed acknowledged on the
following Satin day.
D. D. D. NEELY, Sheriff:
Huntingdon, Dee. 11, MO
Ainianacs for 1871,
lor Saic al Letvii'l4oole Store
kJ Came 10 the mei/1180S of, tlns, subscriber, In , Vorier
township, about the Ist of ,July last, a red and white
steer, supposed to be rismg two y ears, with a piece nut df
each ear. The owner is requested to come forward, move
property, pay charges and take' him away,Uthere fso' :he
wilt be disposed at according to law,
11'31. S. I:EFFORT) ;
Porter top., Dec. 3, ISTO-* • ' - • ;
sea- For neat JOl3 PRIN"TINC), .co;11.
he "Ahone JOB PRINTING Oietcc," t lima
GERATAN AND ENG1,.1511,
rI).I 4 .IGISTER'S NOTlCE.—Noticc is
1, hereby given, to all persons interested, that the fel
tog named persons have settled their neconnts to the
Reg ibter's Mice, at Huntingdon, and that the said lICCOIIIII9
Will 100 presented for eolith Ination tel alienate.° at in
Orphans' Court, to he held at linntingden, iu anti ter the
cannily of Iluntinplitik, on Wednund.ty, the nth day of
January, next, (1b71,) to m It :
1. Administration sect:omit of J H. Simpson, H.q.. ad
ministrator of Jane steel, late of Huntingdon buiougli,
2. Account of .Liu 11. and Isaac Russell, executors of
Jacob C. Russell. Into of Halloo 01l townsinp, deceased.
3. Ailininistiation account of David and J. Wilson
WQmer,lllllla'rd of Jacob 6. ft rarer, late of /turmoil twp
4. Adotini9tratlon account of William I Steel, n.fner.
of:Anton IVestott, tato of the borough of Iluthingttutl,
ft. Account of John If: 31cathan, trustco of Thomas
ti. '1 he administration and trust account of It. F. Haz
lett, execulta of John It. Hazlett, deceased.
7. I'm Hal account of Geo. Jackson and James If. Lee,
execut era of [belay Lee, late ofJarkkon twp.. dea'd
C. Gust di unship account of Catherine Willoughby.
gututhatt of Cleo. F. Willoughby. a minor child of .Art
strong It nlluugLLy, tiee'd. who hoe arrived at his major
O. Account of Geo. Jackson, executor of Henry Miller,
Into of Walker township, deceased.
10. Adminktrat ion account of IL G. Fisher, Esti,
athu'r. of Daniel Hoffman, I-to of Huntingdon Borough,
Register's Office, I
Hunt., Ihc, IS, IS7O.
_NOTICE is hereby given to all per
sons intvrested that the following Myelitis] ies of
the goods and Chattels set to widow s, under the pi °vis
ions of the eel of loth of April, 1051, have been filed In
the ogle° of the Cleik of the Orphans' Court of Ilun ting
don county soil will be presented for "arprovsl by the
Court" on Wednesday the 11th of JANUARY, (15710
1. Inventory or tho personal property of John Miller,
Into of Shirley township, thco trod, us taken:by his widow
• 2. Inventory of the good/ end chalks of John Keller,
late of Morris township, dec'd. as taken by his widow
3. Inventory of tho goods and chattier; of henry Shaf
fer, Into of Casa township, deed, as taken by bid widow
.1. E. SMUCKER,
Clerk Orphans' Court
Huntingdon, Dec. 12, IS7O.
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witting us Fifty cent .
Pictust,quo Ammica, consisting of splendidly execs,-
tut viers of American Scones 3,, commenced In Nov Lusher
P. A I'I!..X.TON & CU., Ptibl ishers, Now York.
GEN. 11013 T E LEE'S LIFE.-
Nearly ready for Phb:ication the Biography of
Geo. licbt. E Ece. by John Ea,tett Cootie, author of the
"Life of Stoneu alt :lackioa." "Weat lug tic Grey," etc.
1 vol , 8 t0.,168 pages illaitrated. To be sold - by - Bab=
ecription. Agents punted. D. Ari'Lltleos A Cu., pub-
Hal. re. Now Yo, k. . -
QIIOIIT lIA ND.-
L 7 150 WOLII+n tolnute In Four meoloT. S nil 2 stumps
fot ci cutler. J. GRAY, 11. Box 4847, New Rork.
LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSUR %NCH CO.. of
Hartford, Conn. Cushassets, $1,500,000.
01 t 8 Life and Endowno.nt policies of all ap
proved fro ms. Ample security, low titles
A Imo insures against accidents causing death
or total digolnbty. luhcits written by the
3 car of month: 11.10 paid $7OO per day tur:oix
yours in benefits to policy Mat rs.
Oct. 18. _ . .
DON'TWASTE TIME & LABOR.
by mine an old axe. Send $1,51 to Lippincott Si
liakeu elt, Pittsburgh, In., and they will semi you a tip
top axe. expressage paid. Half a day lost in grinding
will thus bu saved.
WINTER F 4 NI PLOY MENU'
Non Explosive Metalic Kerosene Lamp,
Is absolutely enfo from explosion or breaking; burns any
cool oil, good or bad ; gives more light, no odor, and uses
"It is perfectly nop.exploslve. The light is bettor than
is produced ha any other larup."—W. S. Chill:, President
amacbusetts:Agneul twat College.
It is perfectly non-explosive, gives a better light light
and is more economical than any other lamp iu use."—
W. W. Wells, late Supt. Pub. Schools, Chicago.
The appalling deaths and tires from glass lamps explce
ding and breaking create ngreat demand for this, lamp.
It pays to sell It. Sold by cannassors; agents wanted
everywhere; Sena for circular and teams to MONTGo3I
BitY & CO., Cleveland, 0., 42 Barclay at. New York.
SCA A IVEEK SALARY
hie, Young mon wanted an local and trundling
Emmen. Addreee, with stamp, It. 11. WALKER, 34
Park Row, Now York. •
$3O'A DAY, SURE. LATTA A CO., Piotburg, Pn
A . GIE
NTS! READ THIS !
we oill pay agents a salary of $3O a week and
expellee, or allow 4 largo commission. to sell our new
and wonderful inventions. Address M. WAtINER. & Co.
Marshall, Michigan. •
1826 p USE tim l o l I n E a .; . l; OAT a tL u E n
The 01.8 t. stands Id remedy for congas, cold-, consump
tion, Nothing better. CUTLER BRO. & Co., Boston.
• . •
CII.PRRY PECTORAL' TROCHES,
Are superior to all others for coughu, colds, ath.
ma, bronchi ul and lung difficulties are t xeeedingly pale
hiblo, have none of that nauseating her rib's culhb tosto
arc very soothing and net like a charm, ministers, sing
es, and publiespeakers will fled WO are especially ad
apted to the voice. Sold by di uggists. Also,
• • Rushlon's ( F. Y. ) Cod Liver' Oil,
for consuntption and ecrolulit; use no other.
TT MAU'S DEPILATORY POW
u,Dpit,÷-lteniovea impuriltions hair in firm minutes,
without injury to the skin. zeta by mail for $1,25., ,
UPHAM'S ASTIIAMA CUR
Jtelie'Ves Most violent porosyiems to 11%0 minutes and
effects a speedy case. rite° by wan,
The Japanese flair Stain,
Colors tho whiskers and liairfa beautiful black or brown
It couitists.ot OLIY,OIIO preparatki, to
cents by wail. Ad
dues S. C. usitata, N 0.721. Jayne ht. Phila.; Circulars
sent tree. .old by all di uggisid.-
ROYAL HAYANA, LOTTERY. •
PrizeA ensiled iiud anformation furnished by GEO
111.11/151, Proshlenco, lt. 1.
All A l C t 4 ig i t C hii i ng 'l( l l( . - 97 1 e 5 ii . ..1 for circular to A. TUOMAS,
t2U Washington street. Brooklyn, N. Y. ' -
pSYCIIOIANCY ny lady or
gentleman ran make $1 000 a month. secure their
non happiness and independenco, by obtiiiiiiiir "Ps) cho.
mooch, Fascination or :mil Charming. -400 pages : cloth.
01 , 0 1 1 ,,,mi0ns t o i t , Ode power over 1100 or !Milli:11S
.11 will, how to Mesmerize, becalm, !Trance, or Writing
Mediums, hit motion, Spiritualism, Alchemy, Philos°.
phy II Owens and Dretinl6;l3righnin ' Young's harem,
Outdo to Mal liege Sc., all contained in this book; 100,000
sold; price by mail in cloth $1,21, paper covers $l. No.
ttcd—Any'perron "willing to act as agent will recoivo a
sample copy of the work flee. As no capital is required
oil desirous of genteel employment should send for tho
book, enclosing 10 dents fur postago, to ' .W. EVANS .1:
CO ,01 South Ott, Philadelphia. ,
A Clorg3 man uhile residing in South America
an a - missionary, disoos era! n safe nod simple comedy fur
the Cure of nervous Weakness, Early D ecay, Diseases of
ILL:Urinal and S!sitiutil uagatis, and the whelks_ treia of
diskilers brought_on_bybaneful and vicious Juildts. Great
numbers Intro been eurell by4his noble ryint.tly., Prong).
ted by a desitb'beruslit thd Minded an amtbiturirte,
Will fend the receipt, for writing and using this medb
tine. in a settled t no, lope, to any 0110 as hu needs It free
of cliftige: %Address J051.11)11....tr. JNMAN, &atm) 1) •
lliblo I luww, See Yet k City.
Liberal Inducements to Fur-
A Plan Deaexving the Attention of
TILE MYRTLE ,SOAP COMP ANY
is a corporation organized under the laws of the State of
New York; and transacting its buwites3 tltrougli this
Agency of Danforth Brothers, at 40 Murray strata, Now
York City. It Weis to the public its
GOLD MEDAL SOAP.
In bagel of 40 lbs.. at $5 a box, and gives purchasers an
opportunity for dividends on each box—thu dividends
ranging from $0 to $23,000. On each 10,00 D bozos sold
and al soon as each 10,000 shall be sold, there will be
327 cash dividends made, varying front $5 to $5O, and
arnoun ring to $2,000. And when 00,000 balsa
Lazo been sold, thero will he a Final Grand Dividend of
.1. B. Li MUCICER,
A BROWN STONE HOUSE,
Brooklyn, ( the deed of u hich hoe been left with the Safe
Deposit Company, 146 and 148 Broadway), in Artist of
the purchaser of the fortunate box. and tho balance in
cash dividends, frocuss to $1, , /00 °doh. There will be
$45,000 DIVIDEND to PURCHASERS
In 1,536 Serial Di vidensl4, and 836 Final Dividends, mak
ing 2,601 dividends In all.
kurchasers of the
GOLD MEDAL SOAP,
wilt reCuiVO a properly numbered bill of porch lea for
each and every box purchased, tho holdei s of which
will share In the dividends in each of the 10,000 boxes
to x Bich their bills of purchase belong, Wad thou A LL
will share In the Final Grand Dividend, when 50;000
Loxes shall have beau sold.
NOT A GIFT ENTERPRISE
This should not be:classed with the numerous gift en•
terprlm humbugs, It is an honest and legitimate bust'
neat plan fur introducing to public notice the Superior
Goods oleo Established and Iteputable Corporation.—
The plan is sat forth in detail in the Circulars of the
Conip.ms, whirl, can be had at 00 Murray Street or of
any of the uilmorou.s local agonts, and in which ref.
erenco Is mode, by permission to a largo mitiihor of
wellknow n business and public men as to the integrity
and honorable managemout of thu Myrtle Soap Compa
THE SOAP HAS NO SUPERIOR.
Parchaaara mill get a box of soap at as lose a price as
the same quantity can be pur/teed in any market; ad
article warranted to ho of the very tirat quality of fial
ly andlaundry soap.
It washeb cleaner and quicker dm any oilier soap With
It is invaluable to Mechanics, Priaters, Painters. and
others using inks, oils, de.
It saves time, as clothes wash quicker.
It saves money, as ono pound will go as far as two of
It will make the best Soft Soap at a very small cost
and very lift e labor.
It removes Grease spots, Paint, etc., Iltnro elolloing.
Itohatless and soften.; the skin, lint.chapplng.
It is equally good for tho Haiti - Toilet and than ing.
It saves labor and clothes - need less t
It will not Jaime the fines tabra•.
Is IS put op In boxes, 50 Lois, 40 pounds.
It Is stamped mitt; ties name of the Company .00 each
It is 1.11 nrticlo every flintily wants and must have
It is lilt art iclu HSI Ili aver) cent pair: for it.
And is Addition to this, without the risk sr loss awn
cent putchasus oi.l shorn to Om liberal dirt Benda to bu
C Ask your grocer for It ; if Ito dace not keep it tend eill
not got it, 0,1.0 write to at, and we will mind it to tnu
r o w send ion the address of the inarost grocer wilt, keeps
PURCHASE AT ONCE.
MANUFACTURERS OF FAMILY AND
GENEIL L AGEXIT,
MYRTLE SOAP COMPANY,
40 MURRAY STREIU
FOR. S ALE WHOLESALE & EETAIL AT
LEWIS' RED FRONT GROCERY,
lIUNTINGDON COUNTY, PA
CHARGE OF HANDS.
On the corner, opposite the Exchange Hotel,
EA LROA D STREET,
The tiuderdigued had pm elidicd the above livtitioned
Di lig Storrs, which woe all bolight new last dilly. The
sulectlen of Inilcd.c, Moan an are warranted to bo
oh the best kind, bought from reliable Druggl... Aloe,
A Variety of Fancy Article:,
Perfumery, Patent Medicines
- Toilet Soaps, Brushes, Bye Stuffs,
Points of every description.
THE DRUG DLPARTMEN T
Will be conducted by Itr. Janes it. Patton, who has serv
ed a regular apprenticeship iv a Ord class p‘ ng Store in
Pittsburgh, and studied medicine, also, but hill notki, e
nuything to do with the pi net ice of medicine. l'rescrip
tious will be careful!) cum, eutided,,nnd every attention
given. JAMES It. raTrox.
THE RED , HORSE POWDERS
Horror cured of Olanders.—Aas on Snyder U. S. As•
Meant Asiesidir, Mount Aetna, Pa. 0 Bacon, Livery
liorees curedof Founder —WA f k Wit helm, Danville.
Pa.; A. Ellis, Merchant, Washingtonville, Pa; A. Sloan
Horse Cured of Lung Fever—tress 8: Brother, Lewis
Horne cured of Callic—Thomas Clingau, Union county.
(logs cured of Cholera—lL Barr. H. & A. Cadwallader.
Coos cured—Dr. J. klcCleery, 11. Mee .rmick,
Chickens cured of Cholera and tiapes—Dr U. Q Davis,
Dr. D. T. Kreps, C. W. Sticker, John and James Finney.
Hundreds more could be cited whose stock INIII3 saved
THE RED HORSE POWDER.
Send for circulars of the wonderful cures To rformcil.—
Prepared by CYRUS BROWN,
Druggist, Chemist and Horseman,
doc6-3ist Broadway, Milton, I'm
PROCLA MATION. —WITEREAS, by
a precept to me directed, dated at Huntingdon, the
20th of Noscinber, A. D. 1570. under the hands and oral
of i the lion. George Taylor, President" of the Court of
Common Mean, Oyer and Terminer, and general jail deliv
ery of the 24th Judicial District of Pennsylvania, compo
sed of Huntingdon, Blair and Cambria counties; and the
Hons. Anthony J. Beaver and David Clarkson, hisassoci
ales, Judges of the county of Huntingdon, justices as
signed, appointed to hear, try and determine all and es ery
indictments made or taken Or or concerning all climes.
which by the laws of the State are made, capital, or felon .
ies of death, and other offences, crimes and misdemeanors,
which has o been or 811;111 hereafter be committed or'perpe
trated, for crimes aforesaid—l am commanded to make
public proclamation throughout my whoh; bailinick, that
a Court of 03 er and Terminer, of Common Pleas and
Quarter Sessions, will be held at the Court House in the
borough of Huntingdon, on the second Monday (and Oth
day)( of January, 1871, and those who alit prosecute the
said prisoners, be then and there td prosecute themns it
shall be just, and that all Justices of the Peace, Coroner
and Constables within said county, be then and there in
their proper persons, at 10 o'clock, a. to. of said clay, nith
their records, inquisitions, examinations and remembi an.
err, to do those things which to their ollices respectively
Datednt Ifuntinesion, the Itli December, In tho year of
our Lord ono thousand right hundred and seventy,
and the 05t1, year of American Independence.
D. it. P. .N ELLY Sher T.
pROOLAMATION,--WIIERE A S, by
_i_ a precept to me directed by the Judges of the Com.
mon Pleas of the county of Huntingdon. bearing test the
200.1 of November, 4. D a 5711, I as `,,eotunianded to make
public Proclamation throughout my whole bailiwick, that
a Court of Common Pleas will be held at the Com t House
In the borough of Huntingdon, en the 3rd Monday (and
1511; Any) t I JANUARY, 1871. for the trial of sill Is
sues In said Celia which remain undetermined before
the said Judges, is ben and si here all jurors, st itneBscs, and
suitors, In the Pints of all issues are required.
Dated at Huntingdon, the slb December, in the year of
ottr Lord one thousand eight hundred end set eat)•,
and the 05th year of American Independence. •
D. 1 . P. NEELY, Sherty.
RIPER ! PAPER!! PAPER:!!
Silk Paper for Flowers,
Flat Cap Paper, , ,
Foolscap Paper, '
„Commercial Note Paper,
Ladies' Gilt Edged Letter ant. Note Paper,
Ladies' Plain and t'ancy NOW Paper,
White and Colored Card Paper, in Packs and Sheets,
or sale at LEWIS' hook, Stationery and Mime Store.
Jga/"Subscribe for tho Okibo.
REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL PROP
ERTY IN PENN TIVP. . .
On Tem.9clay, December 13, 1370,
A IrtII.UAI3LE FA RAI 1:011ALE ,
Situated in Penn township, Ifuntingdon
county, containing 134 AGRES- and allow- t -
anse, bouLded on the east . by Jifseph Ginve,
on the south•east and south by Andrew 1. ;
Grove anti Big 'Trough-Creek, awl on the
west cud north by Bayidirsvn:branch,"about
)1 miles from Marklesburg station on Broad
Top rant oad, and about 2 -mile:sJ%jar
klesburg, with rabool-homes,.ciiirOjes and
stores all convenient. •Between • 90'and 100
Acres are cleared therion, and in a grind
state of cultivation. The remainder is well
timbered, with a good -'
LOG,HOUSE AND DANK BARN,
Wagon shed, necessary outbuildings, a good
sprit of I never-failing water at tiker. house,
and aped botring young Orchard of choice
fruit. There is also on the same premises a•
good mill seat, and Iron ;Oro:.
The widow's thirds to remain tin Ake:place
by the purchaser paying the interest 'thereon .
annually to the widow, and the;erthAli,kil of
the residue in hand paid when deed . ii — made e
and the remainder in two apinial t payments.
with interest, secured by Londe and-mortga
ges. Possession given' when •deed. braked°
soon after day of sale. . , _
Any person wishing to see, [the/property .
before day of sale, can d 6 so by calling one
M. W. Enyeart, who uow firesides on th,e pro
The Farm will be sold befween'the hours ,
oil° a. m. and 2p. m. - .' ,
JAMES E. GLASGONV,, , Agent.
of the heir 3 of Thes..Enycart, doe'd,
On the same day and on the same premises
the following Personal Property will be cold:
ONE GOOD BROOD MARE; ~esith fa'al;
1 English.blooded_Ray Mare; 7 yeare(old, 1
horse colt 21 years old, 1 mare colt 1/ years
old, 1 mare colt six months olt,,ThreeMikh
flows, 2 beef cattle, 4 head young cattle front
3 years to 8 months old, 15 head Sheif,-2
brood sows and pigs.-2.:Sh - eits,flittid-horse
wagon, 1 fanning mill, plow's, harrow, horse
gears,'stii farming utensils. Also, 1 cook
stove, pipe, and other household Furniture,
alot of corn by the bushel, about 20 acres of
grain in the ground; and other - articles _toe
numoromi to mention. ' -•
Sale to commence at 9 o'clock.of suid 4:l*
when dee attention and a reasonable 'credit
will be given by _ _ -
Penn twp., Nov:29-2t .
P.RI y 4.71 SAI E.
The heirs of James Reed, deceased, °fro
f. r sale, their valuable farm, containbig.l2,r
rcres, situated Shaver ' s Creek, about.r
a mile from Petersburg Station on the P. R.
R , in west township, Huntingdon t
Having erected thereon,. a large. ,duelling
house, a good bank barn —75 feetiss feet,
with the additions of two sheds 12x18 ft well
finished if, and all other. necessary .outbuil
dings. Also a good Orchard, a well of wa
ter at the door, a never failing sprintand a
to-ream of running water in the barnyard.—
The farm is in the hest shim <if cUltivation.—
Po:session given April lot, 1871.
They also offer for sale n tract of Tithber
Land, emntaining about 120 acres of the best
Oak, Chestnut and Pine timber situated' on
Warrior Ridge nboht one 'mill .from.-Peters
burg. • ,
'Perms:—One-half cash, and the balance
<ii be agreed upon. For fall-particul Ira call
at the faun, or at Laird & llmtPs Bock Store,
Heirs (If JAMES REED:deti'd
Tyrone Oct, 25,1870; '
P RIVATE SALE
VALUAB LE MILL
Situated on the Ilayqown Branch. of thoJuninta river,
at tho mouth of J 111111,3 Ctork, 011 c a half toiled from Mar
Llesbut g Station on the Huntingdon and Broad :Ton
Railroad, Huntingdon county,
Mill _House, 48x60 feet : onolstory stone,
and two of Frame,' 1 ---
Vely strong and permanently /mat: Four pain of mill
bton n, t o water %Opal 14 I'n...thigh,. ovor allot, in good
older: • -
For u6ll. r; with en,Lle , gat . ,; •
Farm ntoinb 3_o ACICEzt, 130 acres in cultivation,
50 In anto•doxv, having Merolla a i.O go
STONE MANSION HO USE, „
W salt 1101140, aid othor °ht.
building, A ISO, tsu, tessiot holi,op,- sod Eliickamith
shop. For fin they parUcoluril, Loop - I,!cof ..:
JACOB U. ISETT,,
dunce CrOok I'. O.
Aug. 23 tf
TOWN LOTS FORSAW-*1
IN WEST HUNTINGDON.
Boy Lots from first !outdo at
Ptirclinseis deelrfni :to build can 1
. 187 y 5117.
term as to pegmatite. Now Is the Woe , to Invest. " 1 .4 p.
ply to [jy2ltf - R. ALLISON MILLER.
T AND FOR SALE.-
Tit e subscriber desires to dispose, with part of hie land
situate along the Big sughytick,Creck, In Cromwell twp.
Huntingdon county, and one mild west from Orbisonis.
Thisland Is of to good quality of bottom-land, well sup
plied with never.failing springs and sufficient amount of
goad timber, convenlent to milk, atoreS, .mittkets,i Post
oilices and CliiirclieS. Will Bell to snit purchasers, both
In amount of land IfromUmn acii,iipinnteland in terms
There is a caw Mill on said p remises In ample order,..to
saw all kinds of building lumber.- Titlniatood.'•Coine and,
seal Now is the time -to secure 'Yoittielies'pleatatit
homes. Apply to the subscriber on the 'prendses'or it&
dress. ' JOHN Iit:'SITENEPELTi';'''
Aug. 23-tf. • Orbisonia P. O:•IIuuf . bit~I~a;"
TN TEIE 'COURT OF .00341110N
-1_ PLEAS OF HUNTINGDON COUNTY, PENN , A:o
OF NOVEMBER TERM, 1870.• N0:32. o-
Michel JOrdan, Thomas Al. Quicksall and Emma
wife, Ili:Ilion L. Orr, D. Orr, Robgrt C.
Wyllie A. Law, Humphrey' D. Law; Helena
John Owen, Henry Owen, Samuel Thatcher and Mary '
his wife, Frank Fithian, Frank S. Baena, Rachel Lower
Jacob Beam, Charles Beam, Isaac Hopper, Joseph flap
per, Benjamin C. Hilibper, JacOli C. llopperadmarG.t.
Hopper, James N. Hopper, Charles FithianNfd-4.lary
N. his a ife; George Inman and Rachel.
sle Cleaver, Jolla Clearer, Elizabith ; Andre, Jacob An,
Ire, Geo. W. Andre,' W. T: Andre,' Jcflin U.' gleldjnid, - -
Isabella A. his wife, Wm. W. Illcks..isud lie it tta-A;
'his wife', Daniel M. Elliott- nd'A. lizß , A.,1,M1T.A.,,Akv.i.
•"""" ' • 'JESSE
Ejectment for forty'nefes.of land nforeorlessoittata ,
in Big Trough Creek ' in the township OrCarbon.in Um:
comity of Huntingdon, bounded,on.,themorth -and east
by lands of Aljehael J. Marlin add ou tllo Aouthtiest by
lands of Roberta Brothers. - • • - , ,
. . . . .
To JtS3O Owen You will t flu, notice that otnlic 15th'
Nowniber Ib7i, the Court, on ruotion of J. Sybrinue
Blair, Attorney for Plailititl4 x.raht4,o,ni,l6 '. - oll'you to
appear uml plead On before tllO twenn-sixth day:of
January, 1671, orjuktnent.
31.31. 31cNEIL, ViNthala/tRr.X.-
• - I:LENT,YIO7:TIIERV.-
.1 • N W •'.'
MEN AND BOYS' c,.!„cy.ip,/,9
roß,i ILO t
FALL. AND ,WINTXR;
11. ROAI A N
Far Grath mon'n Clathlx, oflFie4,rit utegial , and
lu Mu bestovarkinhuillie tnapfier, ,•• " • .t
• IL .. 11 , 0 , 314
o r po.ito uu, Frwlkliu llousa in. M. ,SqllarF; hunting s:
IXTANTIFAI).-1 1 000_cordfrtrtlf,,
TT - : Li till,munoq, xtUre. thai?l,4
:cu paid C.II (Juil um ) . , .'REMO: L CU,