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A union of lakes, and a union of lands,
A iniou " oicer shall sever;
it f.nion of hearts, ami a union of hands,
And the American Union forever!
Wednesday .Morning, Dec. 20,
II. II. WILSON', Editor and Pnlilishrr
THn J LSI A TA SENTINEL ZA
has the Largest Circulation of any paper pub
lished in this County. It is therefore the
best advertising medium. It is a Paper, truly
loyal, ably conduoted, a first class Localist,
and well "worthy or the patronage of every
loyal citizen in the County.
The Stato Debt.
One of the most wonderful results of
the great struggle which ended so faVor
ubly to the government, may be justly
recognized in that which preserved the
credit and steadily reduced the indebted
ness of the State of Pennsylvania. Ue
I'ore the preciphation of the war, thefe
were those who croatingly insistld that
a reduction of the State debt was iiupos
cible without a resort to direct taxation.
-Hut it has been demonstrated that such a
reductiou was possible, even while the ex
ecutive authorities were surround-jd by
the most embarrassing circumstances ad
verse, to financial health and strength.
15y the forthcoming report of tie State
Treasurer, it will be shown that the debt
of Pennsylvania, in 1SG.", is just four
HUNDRED AND NINETY THttEE THOUSAND
H VE HUNDRED AND El'JHTY-SEVEN DOL
LARS less than it iris in 1850. When it
is remembered that this reduction took
place at a time while the current and ex
traordinary expenses of the Common
wealth were enormously increased by the
demands of war when many of the
sources of taxation, whence the State
derived large revenues, were materially
affected by th withdrawal of large bod
ies of laboring men from productive pur
suits, this reduction can only be attributed
to a wise jolicy of economy, prudence
and real integrity on the part of those
who direct the affairs of the State. Ant
if duriug four years of devastating and
exhausting war, it was possible to reduce
the State debt almost lu.if a million of
cfollars, how much can it be reduced with
in the next foui years of peace promising
immense prosperity 1
The I'nion Businex College.
Our attention has been directed to a
Xcw Uusiness College which has teen
lately established in Philadelphia, with
the most decided success. We refer to
The Union Uusiness Coliego under the
efficient management of Messrs. Peiree k
Farr. The enterprise and foresight of
these gentlemen in icmoving the location
of a Practical Business School from the
noise and confusion of the business por-
tion of the city to the quiet and convenl-
ence of their present location, have been
fully appreciated by the public. The ad
vantage of location, combined with great
practicability abJ experienced teachers,
among whom wo notice our old friend,
Capt. Charles II. Miller, have secured for
the Institution a patronage of nearly three
hundred pupils in the short time it has
been established. No other institution in
Pennsylvania has risen so rapidly ot so
deservedly. The course of instruction is
thorough, comprehensive and praetical,
and young men cannot make a better in
vestment of their time and money than
in securing just such an eduoatictt as this
College affords. The organization of the
Practical Department . and the employ
ment of practical book-keepers such as
Captain Miller, secures not only the ut- J
most efficiency in the theory but also a !
great degree of experience in tbe practice j
of business affairs".
Young men desiring- to enter upon
commercial pursuits will do well to visit
the Inion Business College, ITandel 4
Hayda Hall, Eighth and Ppring Garden
Streets, or procure a circular by address
ing Messrs. Peirce & Farr, Proprietors of
the same. They may be sare of a gen
tlemanly reception and if they" decide up
on pursuing a course of studies, the great
est attention to their interests acd the
possession of every advantage that a Jiu
f!ne?s College can give.
JSS-The receipts from internal revenue'
0- S-iryrdny were 85!M.?0-
The State of the Country;
The official statement of the conditions
and relations cf the country, as given
through the Missage of the President
and the reports of the various departments
and bureaus, afford a most satisfactory ex
hibit. Their influence is already felt in
the increase of publio confidence and the
strengthening of the national securities.
Considering the vast responsibilities which
have, duriug the last four years, oppress
ed the Government, and the immense
debt which has been contracted in the
war for the Union, every report which
has been given the people is much more
favorable than was expected. Upon all
the great subjects of present national con
cern the question of re-organization of
the revolted States, the condition and
prospects of the Treasury and the finan
cial purposes of the Secretary and of Con
gress, and the foreign relations of our
Government the official documents laid
before the National Legislature, speak in
a way that gives ground for entertaining
the faith that the course of the country
is towards domestic pacification and inter
national peace, and a higher measure of
prosperity than it has ever before known.
A leading article in the Albany Even
inj Journal contains this passage :
"Vhcn in New York, a few days since,
we met a gentleman from the neighbor
hood of Wilmington, N. C, who, alluding
to the change in the labor system of the
south, said : 'The laot is, we were all fools
upon this subject. I owned before the
war two hundred and fitty slaves. I fed
them, and clothed them, good and bad,
-ttong and infirm, old and young, alike.
Now, I bare a hundred hands at fifteen
dollars a month each. I take my pick of
the best. If they work, they are paid ;
if they do not work, they go unpaid; and
they support their own sick and inlirui.
The one hundred do more labor than two
hundred and fifty used to perform, and I
am making a great deal more money from
them.' A distinguished rebel general
who stood by, quietly remarked : 'That is
so generally throughout the South. The
fact is, we had the dearest labor and the
most expensive institution in the world.' "
8?gkMr. Ward, (N. Y., introduced a
bill, which was referred' to the Committee
on Military Affairs, granting bounty land
and money to United States soldiers who
served dutinc the Rebellion. The bill
provides for giving bounty land and money
to all soldiers who enlisted prior to June
25th, 18G3, and were hoaorably discharg
ed. The object is to make the bounty of
this class of soldiers equal to that of those
who subsequently enlisted. Ic also pro
vides for the repeal of a law which allow
ed the master of colored soldiers who en
listed to give these bounties.
JirThe announcement of tbe' commit
tees by Speaker Colfax seem to have given
very general satisfaction among the mem
bers. Ohio and Status westward have 18
chairmanships out of 31, while Pennsyl
vania, New York and New England have
a aiaioiity of important committees. It
is geucrally conceded that the Committee
on Appropriations is a most important one
now that our disbursements are to be wel'
looked aftr. Tha'd. Stevens is just the
3S The Union State Committee met
recently in Philadelphia, and after adopt
ing a memmorial to Congress suggesting
amendments to the Constitution which
should be ratified? before the admission of
the rebel States, and resolutions com
mending President Johnson and Speaker
Colfax, adjourned without fixing a day
for the State Convention. ' It is under
stood that the Committee will meet at
Harrisburg in January, and call a Con
vention to meet in April or May.
to? About three hundred 2d Lieuten
ants are to be immediately appointed in
the regular army. The number will be
equally proportioned among the Congres
sional districts. All applicants must have
served two years in the volunteer ser
vice and been honorably discharged there
from. A board is ia session to examine
the testimonials of Candidate's, and select
such for personal examination as may
HQ, It is stated that the Democratic
candidate for State Senator in New Bed
ford, Massachusetts, at the late election
was a negro, "as black as night's sable
curtain." The Republicans nominated a
white man, in order td catch the votes of
black men, the Democracy put up a ne
gro. But the colored voters eould not be
deluded, and the Republican white man
jPaf'Treason should be punished and
made infamous," says President Johnson.
So says every loyal man. The blood of
our martyred Union Soldiers demands it.
If Jeff. Davis is not hung and his name
made infamous, Treason tfill be raised to
respectabi'ity. 'VVe may pity the Traitor,
but the future well-being of the country
demands that he should' nicwt a Traitor's
NEWS if EMS.
The Lousiana Senate has manifested iti
loyalty by refusing to have the national lag
suspended over the President's desk.
the full vote for Governor in South Cro
iina was as follows : James L. Orr, 9775 ;
Wade Hampton, 9100. Majority for Orr, 657.
A resolution in the favor of the pardon 0f
Jeff Davis was laid upon the table the other
day by the Virginia House of Representatives.
On the 1st of nest month over two hundred
clerks in the oonunissary general's department
of subsistence in Washington will bekdi
cbarged. General Grant has issued an order for the
discharge from the army of all civilians j
cep't clerks, and to substitue for them, when
necessary, men detailed from the army.
Gold was hlgh'ir yesterday under the circu
lation of rumors of a rupture in our diplo
matic relations with France. The closing
rate of the day was 14GJ(n)146 the highest,
140J. Government Stocks da not maintain
the extreme prices of Thursday.
From recent returns received at the In
dian Bureau, the various tribes of the United
States are estimated to represent a collective
strength of 307,800 souls, of which number
5,400 are known to have served in the Union
service during the late war.
The National debt was lessened by $20,
221,411,11, during the month of November.
The decrease for the months of September,
October and November together, was $13,028,
256-G8. Thus the debt is slowly but surely
being wiped out.
The Supreme Court of the I'nited States
has now before it the case of the United States
vs. Leroy M. Wiles, which involves the
question, does the President's pardon remit
sentence of forfeiture of rebel property, and
re-instate the rebel in all his rights thereto-
A party of 200 Cayenne and Apache In
dians on the -I'tU ult., attacked one of the
stages on the California Overland route, near
a place called Do aness Spring, k Hied seven
persons, burned all the buildings in that vi
cinity, with the stock of goods they obtained
and committed o:her outrage.
Ex-Govornor Clark, of Mississippi, who
was a couspioious rebel, lately wrote a very
temperate reply to an invitation to address
the Legislature of that State, ia which he
said of the national Aug : "With all of you,
I marched under that in a foreign land, and
it was victorious, n :th all of you, I march
ed against it, and it was victorious. It again
waves over us, is o'lr Bag, and may it ever be
victorious." Amen !
.Mr. Colfax's Speech.
The following is the address duli7ered
by Mr. Colfax on taking the Sneaker's
Chaif in the National IIouss Cf Repre
Gentlemen of the House of Represen
tatives: The reassembling of Congress,
marking as it does the procession ot our
national history, is always regarded with
interest by the people for whom it is to
legislate. But it is not unsafe t say
that millions more than ever lietere.
North, South East &West, are looking to
the Congress which opeus its first session
to day wi'h an caruestuess and solicitude
uueaual'ed on similar occasiuns in the past.
The XXXVlIUh Congress closed its con
stitutional existence with the storm-cloud
of war still lowering over us ; aud, after a
nine months' abseuce, Coueress resumes
its legislative authority iu these council
halls, r joking that from shore to shore in
our land there is peace. Its duties are as
obvious as the sun's pathway in' the heav
ens. Representing iu its two branches
the States and the People; its first and
highest obligation is to guarauty to every
State a republican form of goveruoient.
The rebellion having overthrown the
constitutional State governments iu many
States, it is yours to mature and enact legis
lation which, with the concurrence oi such
a tssis of enduring justice as will guaranty
all neoessary safeguards to the people, and
to afford what out magna charta, the Dec
laration of Independence, proclaims is the
chief object of government, protection to
all men in their inalieuable rights. (Ap
plause.) The world should witness in this
great work the most inflexible fidelity, the
most earnest devotion to the principles of
liberty and humanity, the truest patriot
ism and the wisest statesmanship.' Men by
the hundreds of thousands have diod that
the republic might live. The emblems of
mourning have darkened the White House
and the cabin alike But the fires of civil
war have melted every fetter in the land
and proved the funeral rjyre of slavery. It
is for you, representatives, to do your work
as faithfully and as well as did the fearless
saviors of the Union on their more dan
gerous arenas of duty. Then we may
hope to see the vacant and once abandon
ed seats around us gradually filling up,
until this Hafl shall contain. Representa
tives from every State and district, their
hearts devoted to the Union for which
they are to legislate, jealous of the honor,
proud pf its glory, watchful of its rights
and hostile to its enemies , and the stars
orl our banner that paled when the States
they represented arrayed themselves in
arms against the nation, will shine with a
more brilliant light of loyalty than ever
before. (Applause.) Invoking the guid
ance of Hi til who holds the destiny of na
tions in the hollow of his hand, I enter
again upon the duties ot this tryiig posl- Ground situated in the borough of Perrysville,
tion, with a heart filled with gratitude loj Juniata county, Pa on the north side of Mar
you for the unusually flattering manner in j ket street, adjoining lot of Watson Stuart's
which it has been bestowed, and Cheered
by the hope that it betokens your cordial
support and assistance in all its grave re
sponsibilities. I am now ready to tuko
the oath of office prescribed by law.
Thanksgiving dav, Dec. 7th., wag- the
eighty-fifth anniversary of the general
thanksgiving appointed by tne Continen
tal Congress at th2 suppression of the
treason of Benedict Arnold during the
I SotDIEtts' MeetIWQ. At a meeting
0f the soldiers of Juniata county hold in
the Court House in MifHintown, on Fri
day evening, December 15, 18G5, to select
delegates to the Soldiers' Convention to
meet in Philadelphia January 1, 1SG6,
Lt. K. P. McWilliams was elected Presi
dent, assisted by the following Vice Presi
dents : Wesley Barkej, Thomas Sterrett,
John McCoy, Wm. Goodman, John Er
nest, Wm. York, Jeremiah Kepner, Oli
ver Cunningham, George Ulsh, James
Wharton, Albert Mellon, Jacob Mickey,
Benjamin Walls, Capt. John Thompson,
J. W. Reynolds, Lt. J. C: Bonsall. A. J.
Greer, Lt. T. T. Davis, Lt. Henry Speice,
John Webster, and John Rollman. Sec
retaries -Lt. W. W. Davis and George
The President stated the object of the
meeting, when Lt. J. C. Bousall offered
the following Resolutions, which were
unanimously agreed to :
, Resolved, That Lt. Col. G. F. McFar
Jand late of the 151st P. Y., Col. John
K. Robison late of the 16th P. C, Sergf.
W. J. Jack man late ot the 1st P. C,
Capt. Wm. Vano'rmer late of tha 53rd
P. V., Serge Wm. M. Allison late of the
12Gth P. V , and Lt. John D. Howell
late of the 49th P. V., be, and the same
ere hereby appointed a Committee to re
present J uniata county, Pa., in the Na
tional Soldiers' Convention, in Philadel
phia, and they are instructed to use all
honorable efforts to secure an act of Con
gress eqaalizing the U. S. bounty of ail
luluiers who fought in defence of our im
perilled Government, who were honorably
t Resolved, That our Representative in
Congress, Hon. George F. Miller, he ear
nestly requested to use all the means in
his power to secure the passage of an act
of Congress at its present session, grant
ing to the so.diers of 18bl 02 the same
benefits as were bestowed upon those who
enlisted at a later date.
On motion of Sergt. Wm. J. Jackman,
the Secretary was authorized to notify the
delegates of their selection ani to
have the proceedings published ia the
On motion of Sergt. Win. 31. Allison,
a majority o the delegates were authori
zed to fill any vacancy that may occur iu
On motioa of Lieut. W. W. Davis, the
delegates were requested to publish a re
port of the doings in the convention ic
all the county papers.
On motion adjourned.
R. P. M 'WILLIAMS, V.
W. W. Davis, Sect'y.
TriE Soldiers' and Sailors' Na
tional Convention-.; There seems to
be a misunderstanding about the time and
place of the Soldiers' and Sa-ilors' Na
tional Convention. It will convene in
the city of Washington on the fourth
Monday in January. Further informa.
tion may be obtained from L. Edwin Dud
ley, President of the Soldiers' and Sail
ors' National Union League, Washington,
D. C. -The soldiers of every Congress
ional District, and every soldiers' aud
sailors' organization are expectd to send
A m f.rica n Agriculturist. The 12th
number of the 25th volume of this use
ful monthly has reached this offce.
This number dosses the present volume
hence it is accompanied with a title page,
and a copious index. We cannot say too
much of its usefulness for the farmer,
gatdner, and house holder. It pays the
possessor of it an hundred-fold. Pub
lished by Oran ge Judd, A. M., at 61 50
per annum, No. 41 Park Row, N. Y.
. . . .
t&" A thread company at Williman
fic, at which three hundred hands are
employed and 2,50(1 lbs., of cotion used
per week, and six hundred and twenty,
four cords of white birch wood, are an.
nually made into spools, for the thread,
has made 300 per cent., dividends the
past year am is building a new mill.
WILL be sold at Public Sale, in the bor
ough of Perrysville, on
SATURDAY, JANUARY 6th, 18G6,
A Valuable HOUSE and LOT, with a never
failing well of water, and a large cistern at
tkt'door, situated on Main Street, near Kep
ner'g Store. Persons wishing to purchose can
viiw the property at any time.
Sale to commence at 1 o'clock, P. M.,
of said day, when terms will be made known
b 1). PHILLll'S.
Deo. 13, 'C5.-41.
ORPHAN'S COURT SALE. By virtue of
an order oL the Orphan's Coust, the fol
lowing valuable real estate will be exposed to
public sale on the premises, on SATURDAY,
JANUARY lath, 18t6 :
ne.'" on me west, ana running norm to an ai
1 lev. with RDDurtenances.'
TERMS. Ten per cent, of the purchase
money to be paid when the property is struck
down, one-third of the whole to be paid on the
confirmation of tbe sale, one-third on the first
of April next, and the residue in one year
thereafter with interest from the lijt of Aprif
next, to be secured by judgment bond.
Sale to commence at 1 o'clock, P. M., wheit
attendance will be given by
DAVID G. ALTER, Adm'r
eif David AU.r, dee'd.
Pee- 13. 1SS3-H3.
R. Rj. CORSON.
(Late Major in Quarter Mastci Department,)
Real Estate Broker & Conveyancer.
Farms in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Mary
hind, Delaware . and Virginia. Have
Agents in all of the above States.
Catalogues now ready for distribut:on by
sending a stamp. Jar Officers and Soldier's'
claims adjusted. Collections made in all
Slates. R. It. CORSON",
. 112 South, 4th Street, 1'hiladelnnia,
Box 618, Philadelphia P. O. Pa.
Dec. 6, 'G5.-viu.
0ErlIAX3' COURT SALE. By virtue of
V au Order of the Orphans' Court the fol
lowing valuable Real Estate will be exposed
to public Sale on the premises on
SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 18GC.
A tract of land situated in Fermanagh
township, Juniata county, adjoining lands of
Wm. KauBuiau and Daniel Seilier, on the pub
lic road, between Wm. Kauttman and Abra
ham Stoner's residences, containing TWO
ACRES more or less, having thereon erect
ed a good Log House, Log Stable, Stons
bpiing House. With well of ncvcr-failiug water
ai the door, and an Orchaid of young frnit
TERMS : 'Ten per cent of the purchas
money to be paid on the confirmation of lh4
Sate by tne Court, one-half the ballauce ou
the jjrBt day of April, lbGij, when a deed
will fce delivered aud possession given, and
tlje lemaining half on the first 0f April ISti",
yn''h interest from first of April DjotJ, to be
8ecured by judgment Bond.
Sale to commence at 1 o'clock P. M., when
attendence will be given by
guardian of William Ort.
fts&s. EsmJis air
mmm. m .
WILL be offered at public sale on U19
promises, in Mul'ord township, JuniaU
county, Pa., on
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY lath, l?:fi.
A tract of land situated kbout two miles from
Patters, n, in the above name'? township,
bounded on the North by lands of Henry
Au.L-hey : on the Nuiih-Vest by A. Gu.s, Sr. ;
on the West by David Snlouff, Sr., and on the
south by Ueorge J'cDonald, coutaiuikg
More or le?, abont 100 acres of which are
clesrcJ, well fenced, and in a slate of go..d
cultivation, the balance being well timbered,
having thereon erected a large
LOG FRAME HOUSE,
Pank Ram, Corn-Crib. Wagon Shed, and other
necessary out-building. A weX of gimd wa
ter at the door. The farm is wtlt watered.
There is a young PEACH ORCHARD, con
taining about :MO treci, and an Apple Orchard
of Grafted Emit.
The property is ionvenient to slorrs. chur
ches. Kchools, and mechanics of all kinds.
BjfL, Sale to commetice at 1 o'clock, P. M.,
cf said day, wheu attendance will be given
and tiTnis made known bv
Wm. Givpn. Aveioneer. '
Dec. 18. 'oo.-ts
Assignee's tia!e f Talui.Mc
n"U!E following valueUe Real Estate, will be
JL sold on the premises, about one-half mile
from Johnstown, Juniata county. Pa. on
A tract cf Land, containing .1 ACRES and
120 perches, having thereon erected a
Good Dwelling Iloue,
BANK BARN, and other nece'sary oiu-bui'd-ings.
Also, A TANNERY, in good or.!.r.
with all the necessary buildirgs an 1 machin
ery,' situated in the midst of a good bark
There will also be sold at same time and
place, two tracts of
weli set with Chestnut and ( hestnutOak Tim
ber, situated about one mile tVota the Tannery
containing respectfully 100 and 300 hundred
TERMS: Ten per cent, of the purchase
money to be paid warn the property is strick
en down ; half ihe balance ou tbe first day of
April. IStiO, when a deed will be delivered au-J
possession given, and the remainder oa the
first day of February, ISO", to be secured by
B-yf-Sale to commence at 1 o'clock, P. M ,
when attendance will be given by
Aligner of JIENR Y BR L ISA A AV.',
Wm. Given. Auctionter.
Dec 13, Cii.-ts.
GRAND PHIZ E S
rO SUBSCRIBERS TO THE
A NATIONAL WEEKLY FAMILY Jot RM.L
at SI. .10 Fer Annum
THE FOLLOWING SPLENDID PRIZES
ARE SEXT TO CLCBS, viz.
For every Club of Forty Subscribers,
A Vi'htelcr & Wilson best $)5, Sewing Machine
With two extra copies to the getter up o.' the
FOR EVERY CLCB OF TWENTY, and
less than forty subscribers, we will allow
$1.25 for each subscriber on the price of said
FOR EVERY CLUB OF SIX. a splendid
steel engraving of President Lincoln, (full
length,) Andrew Johnson, Likft. General
Grant or Sherman on horseback, Worth $3.00
each, with an extra copy to the getter up of
FOR EVERY CLUB OF THREE, one of
those splendid steel engravings ef the Uni
form Series Of
XA TI0XA L FOR TRA ITS
comprising Presidents Lincoln and Johnson,
Lieut. Gen'l Grant, Mnio? General Sherman,
Sheridan, Thomas, McClellan, Fremont, Ad
mirals Farragut and Porter, George and Mar
tha Washington each, 19x24 inches, worth
These splendid portraits should adorn every
The Statesman ! the largest, cheapest and :
oest iauiiiy y&yzv j.uuiisueu, suucu lur cery
family. Try it once and you will never be
without it. Send for copies and got up your
b7 Nasspa StrySt, New York.
Dec. 13, '63.-Cm.
A LARGE titock of Qucens-icare, Cedarware,
such as Tubs, Butter Bowls, Buckets,
Churns, Baskets, Horse Buckets, ic-, at
SI'tOTJiT, rF.OV.' PAF.EXE'6.
ADVANCE of SCIENCE.
Teeth, inserted opon an entirely nsir tyl
of base, which is a combination of Gold and
English Rubber, ( vulcanite. ) Aba American.
Rubber, (vulcanite,) which for beauty, dura
bility, cleauliness, and the restoration of tbe
natural contour of the- face, cannot be sur
passed. Either of the above bases
I WARRANT FOR TEX YEARS.
Special attention will be made to diseased
gums, and a cure Warranted or no charge
made. Teeth filled to lout far life.
SiiS" Triumph In Dentisiry I
TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN
by a new process, without the use of ether,
ohlorrtform or nitrous otiiJe, and no danger.
liATing been in business for upwards of ten
years, five of which has been spent in Mifflin
town, and being iu possession of the latest
improved Liftruwnts and Machinery, I warrant
entire sat ''faction, or the money will be re
funded. Ofiise on Driilge Street, opposite the
Court House S.iuare.
G. L. DERR,
November 29, 1865-Iy.
BY VIRTUE OF THE ORPHANS' COURT,
the following valuable Beat Estate will be ex
posed to public sale on the premises, on
.1 TURD A J", DECEMBER SO,
ri'UI'ORT AO I.
f tract of land containing 112 ACRES and
'!' perches, about 80 of which are cleared aiid.
in a good stale of cultivation, the balance
tliaberlani'., having thereon
A GOOD STOXE HOUSE,
Bank Barn, and otiur out-buildings, with an
excellent Spring of Water at the door r.nd. a
good Orchard of choice Fruit; also a good
1'lKPOftT XO, 2.
A tract if 107 ACRE'? and 4i perche. about
HI I acres of which are cleve I and in good or
der, the balance well timbered, huving there
on a GOOD STONE HOUSE. Lank Rarn. &c.
with a Spring of running Water at the door:
also a good I (reliant
The nbove proportr are situated ribmit one
mile from Oakland Mills and an convenient
to schoois, mills, slores anir mechanics.
Those wishing to by farms shculd take note
TERM?. So much a shall be npcenry
to pay exp-nsrs of proceeding lo be pnid o.,
confirmation of sale by te Cotrt : one-third
of the balance n April 1st. 1H00: nne-tLird
on April 1st, ll'7. an-1 the remaining otip
tiiird a; 'he death of t!io Wi.low, the intere-t
to be paid annually duria2 her na'tiral lit'.'.
Sale to cor.ime'.ie st I- o'clock. M . of -.11 I
Jav, when attendance will !. given hr
SAMUEL i.K'lN i;r. !. .
uf Mr Jdh.r rf i'j ,i 8'iMri; JrcU.
MUSICAL JXSTKli M ENTS.
B. M. GREENE HAS OPENliD HIS
sic Store, cue door wrst nf V. I..uU:
Rook Stnre. where he keeps consinnt'v iti
hand STE1NWAY .t SUNS' and G.VKt.l.;-. S
Pinno Mxnufactm l,'.iiinv' II
MASON A II AM 1 1 VS CABINET !(!!; -N-!
and OA Rll A l!T. NEKWIAM & CO S' Vi;
LODEONS: Guitars. Violins. Kir. .v, Fiiio:
(.Hilar and Violin Strings.
Mt'sic Books Golden I'hnin. Golden Sin. ti
er. Golden Censor. G"ldcn Trio. int.. c.
SHEET MUolC l!t is consUntly receiv
ing from Philadelphia all the Intc-t uiu-i:.
which persons si a distance wishing, can
order, and have sent them bv mail, at
I 11 f ! 1 s h v r a V r i c c
S5ju Pianos and ((rsrans Warranted lor live
Those w:ihi.i to buy mty nf the nbove ar
ticles are invited to r.il! and examine mine
before purchasing elsewhen1. My pric, s nre
the same as in New York and Philadelphia
Cirec'crs of In-Tumenis sent promptly up
on application-with any aiiitiouol ii;furn.a
fc. M. GREENF..
Hill Street. Huntingdon, Pa.
One door est cf Lewis' Uaok St'jre.
GREAT BEDUCTIOX in PRICES.
TODD AHUAD !
j .1. li. M. TODD has jut received a large and
i fine assortment of HOODS from Philadelphia.
I which he is pepnred to sell at the following
! Teduced pric.!? :
1 rmNrs. 'Linen .","
Best American 2-r bit-be! !!ag ...
Others rrom...-J'( to m.ilasms.
;iNf!HAis. Lovering Syrup.
Lancaster- Onod " 'J.
Common from.. 2" lo 31 Sugar Ilmnr....
. t. "0
simrtim: checks, l .iaie Bakine, Hi
Mt Vernon Linen j ri!R.
Warp ;"0 White 2
Common.. 33 to 43 Brown 1 1. IS 4 2'
BROWN SIIKETINI1S. COFFEE.
Appleton "A" ."3 Best "3
Others 28, :51 A SA Rio 31
B1.EACHEP M1TSI.IN. ! St M'UlKf.
From...25. 2S, SO to 43 Cheese 23
rLANSKLS. -Pure Pepper.
From 30 to 73 ! Mackerel pr- II) IV
Twilled for Shirts ...5uj Also A large as
ms IA1XE3. isortment of l.u. lies',
From...,, 80 to 40 Misses' and Chil-
AU Wool..... 75'dren's W O O I. K5
sattin etts. j HOODS from 73 to
From.. . 00, 1,00 to 131 and upwards.
ladik's rrns. Also A large as-
Capes frj)ui...S3toS12 sortiuent of Roota i
Latest Style Muffs (Shoes Men's "
fron- 3.30 to 4,00: from $3,00. 4,;, 5,-
Children's Muffs & '00. 5,2510 6,00.
Capes....(j,O0to7,00;Ladie' Shoes from
BACui.Nu. j.- 1,30 to 3,80
The following prices will be paid for mar
keting in CASH or GOODS ?J suit customers :
Butter 40 Pof&toe 90 to 1,00
Eggs 35 Rags 5
Bg&,Highest price for Walnuts, Shelibarks
Patterson, Not. 29,18C5-Iy.
', T '." rif I rt.h 7?, i m f 7) ('in-I
i Uyxnthrp etee d.
Notice is hereby given that letters of Teeta
mentary 03 the estate of Jacob Besom late of
Delaware toweship, deceased, have been
granted to the undersigned residing in Dela
ware towuship. All persons knowing them
selves indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment and those hav
ing claims will please present them duly au
thenticated for settlement.