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A tcnion of taken, and a union of lands,
A union no power shall sever:
A union of hearts, and a union of hands,
And the American Lnwn foreter:
Wednesday Morninp, February 7, I860
It- It. LsO, Kilitor and Publisher
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AFTER tlic 1st day of March 1800, the
Sesti.nkl will be discotilinueJ to all
Subscribers residing outside of the county,
Nuless the Subscription is paid in advance.
The Republican Union County Com
mittce asfciiiblcJ in Mifiiintown, at the
Union Hotel (Mr. Thompson V) ou the 5th
inst., and selected Senatorial aud Repre
sentative Conferees to meet those of tLe
other ciut.t'cs embraced in the Districts,
at such time and place as may be here-
atter named, tor the purpose of selecting
J'eiegates to represent toe districts m
me Mate convention at iiarnsburg, on
rEN.NSVI.VAXIA SEJtATF, O.N NE
CIlO M FFKAGE.
The Senate of Pennsylvania last week
was occupied in a very interesting debate
on Resolutions offered by Mr. Landon,
Senator from the Bradford District, "ap
proving the action of the Union Members
of Cougress, in voting for the bill to give
the negroes the right to vote in the Dis
trict of Columbia, and instructing our U.
S. Senators to vote for the bit' when it
comes before the Senate." Mr. Landon
is a Srni Union man, and comes from a
district which gives a majoiity of four to
one for every Union candidate. This dis
trict is we say decidedly Union, and op-
posed to giving rebels any voice whatever j leaves them there, subject to such iuflu
in the Government; aye is as radial euccs as may bear upon them in the va
on these questions as Berks county i? radi-
cal in its hatred for the Union and its
love for rebels. The first is represented
ly Mr. Landon, who ouca was a Demo
crat, but now is a Union man : the latter
is represented by Mr. Clyoser, who once j
was a Whig, a villifier of the lamented j
Lincoln and Andrew Johnson, an apolo
gist for treason, but now wants to be a de
fender of Andrew Johnson, (alwajs a
ranuidate for Governor.) is still a friend
of rebels and of cnursa sublimated Dem
ocrat. Mr. Landon offered these resolu
tions on his own responsibility and with
out consultation with his fellow Senators
on the Union side, lie opened the de
late in an able speech, which was replied
to by Clymer, Wallace and other so-called
Democratic Senators. The Union Sena
tors were nearly unanimously opposed to
the resolutions for the following principal
reasons : 1st. That the Union party are
opposed to Negro Suffrage. 2d. That it
is a question belonging to the States ulone
and beyond the power of Congress. 3d.
That the question in the District of Co-
iumbia was a local one, with which Penn- j refused to pay: both employed able coun
sylvania had no right to meddle, and was sel ; aud little "Milford" came out of the
simply a municipal law for that District
alone, and should be left to the wisdom of
Congress there assembled, which body
alone can legislate for that District.
However, the debate took a wide rauge,
and was participated in by nearly every
Senator on both sides. After a bitter and
protracted discussion, in which the friends
of treason were roughly handled, on mo
tion of Mr. Hall the resolutions were re
ferred to the Committee on Federal Rela
tions. It was the intention of the Union
Senator!" to refer them at once, but they
deferred it in order to have an opportuni
ty to show up to the country the wicked
heresies anc trersonable record made by
the Democratic party during the last five
years. It was done boldly and effectually
and mad- their leaders blush for their
party. t)l couise the Democrats pitchy ;
into the "nigger," (and do doubt some of
them had negro substitutes in the army,)
but they had only words of tenderness for
their beloved (rebel) brcthern down South,
Tbey pretended to oppose tho resolutions,
bad yet ou the vote to refer them to the
Committee on Federal ' Relations, which
cVery one knew would kill the resolutions,
every Democratic Senator voted nay, thus
showing the insincerity of their opposi
tion. Now, of course every Locofoeo
newspaper will charge that the Union
party was in favor of it, when tho fact is
the Union Senators were opposed to them,
and by their votes killed the resolutives,
while the Lncofoco Senators all voted for
the resolutions to rcuiaia before the Sen
ate, and thus voted in favor of Xegro
Suffrage. They are in favor of Negro
Suffrage if they thought it would help to
build up their party just as tuey were in
favor of Secession, knowing the triuiiiph
of Secession would be a triumph of mod
ern Democracy. But the grand Union
army overthrew rebellion and buried
armed treason and copperbcadism in a
common grave, and the true Union party
will for all time to come govern this great
country for the glory and welfare of its
For the Sentinel,
The comfortable support of the l'oor
is jiot only dictated by humanity, but it
is also enjoined by the Scriptures. It
becomes a serious ijucstion thcu, how
can the i'oor be supported with the most
comfort to them, aud the least burthen to
the public? Doth these thoughts deserve
grave consideration. In this country,
there have bceu heretofore two different
methods employed for supporting those
unable to support themselves : One nicth-
oJ mtMMtrm Kliom all. or t.nu 01 pjtl 1 y a,H.
into an asylum planned and built express.
ly for the purpose; famish them suita
ble food, clothing and cmployuieut ; loot
dilligently and diily after their general
well-being; and aims, canstaitly, to im
prove them, socially, morally and reli
iouslv. The other method is content
j distribute the Poor amongst their friend..
i of gell tUem out ,or keeping to the lowest
yj oftcn SCDdiug them to distan
j (ar jrom tlicir propcr pIace of rosi
dt-nce, and totally ignoring all propc
oversi''ht of them, as to their ireneral
behavior and moral culture. Both meth
ods, raise all the necessary fuuds by taxa
tion. But the first method (which is iuo.
generally adopted in this couutry) by
'furnishing suitable employment to the
Poor, enables them, in a ereat decree, to
support themselves ; thus both iucreas
ing their sclf-rcspoet, and clcvatiug them
in the social scale, whilst it lets but
light weight rest upon the shoulders of
tha beavv-Iadcn tax ravers. Hut the
other method resorts to tax, and to tax
alone, for the whole expense of keeping
the Poor; and after it has dis ributei
them to the various "lowest bidders,'
rious places in which they may happen to
fall. But this latter method must not
only raise tax enough to support the pour
but also additional tax to support the
various families of those who "bid off,'
the poor; for it is notoriuus, that many
persons resort to boarding the pour for
-i i i i.: K..-.1. f... !...,
selves. This latter method is also likely
(indeed it is almost under the necessity)
to increase the tax by expensive litiga
tion. When there is a couuty Poor
House, al! necessity for litigation betwiun
tho different townships aud boroughs is
done away with : but when each little
district is managing ita own poor affair
how many, how vexatious, how discredit
able, aud how expensive are the leja
quarrels constantly distracting the com
njuuity. For instates a lew years ago
a pauper dielin Mi'ford township by ac
cidcntally drinking sirychuine. His fu
ncral expenses, Ac, were about 50.00.
A dispute arose between Milford town
ship aud Perrysville borough, as to which
should pay this debt of ?iU,00.
contest with a bundle of debt and costs
upon her back amounting to about 350 !
If we bad had a Poor House, that pau
pcr's burial would not have cost the coun
ty SjO. But the latter method is gener
ally discarded for another reason : it does
uot, it cannot, take proper oversight of
ceitain classes of tha poor. How of ten is
the sight pained, at beholding young fe.
males, partially iosaue, roviiijr about at
large, stopping wherever tbey can find
hospitality enough to entertain them, in
commoding the neighborhood, and expos
ing themselves to insult aud injury from
unpriucipled men. e arc not without
some illustrations of their kind in Ju
I will now illustrate the above thoughts
by a few statistics, taken from official
and authentic records : and I ask for
these a careful consideration ou the part
of every man who has either any regard
for the welfare of the poor, or for the
pockets of those who sapport them.
In this county, there are nine accept
ing districts, with a property valuation
of ? 1,353,702. On that valuation these
nine districts are now paying a poor tax
of 9,200, whieh is an aveiane tax of
nearly Beven mills on the dollar ; and yet
this immense tax, by our present system,
supports only 80. pauper and don'l take
proper eaie of them even.
Milford township alone, , is this year
paying a poor tax of about $25,00, and
still the tax will riot reach:
Our neighbor, Mifflin county, in spite
of long .and persistent opposition, got a
Poor House established some years ago.
Iu a very few yeara, those townships
that had most violently opposed the law,
voluntarily accepted its provisions. We
quote below from last years iepoit :
Mifflin county had last year,
Of out-door poor .136
Of ic'Ioor poor ,, '41
Total supported 177
Also, 402 gratuitous meals, at an ex
pense of at least 100 was furnished ;
aud yet the whole Poor House expense
of Mifflin county last year, including
salaries of Steward, Physician, Clerk,
Farmer, Baker and Matron were less
than 4300. That is, she kept 177 pan
crs, and more, for less than 1300;
while in our county, oy our present im
perfect system, iu nine districts, we keep
80 paupers at an expeuse of 9200 ! or,
we are saddled in these nine districts
with more than double the tax of all
Mifflin county, and yet do not keep one
half as many poor! Mifflin county keeps
177 paupers for le?s than 81300; and
Milfotd township spends about 2500,
ana Keeps oou no paupers la year.
Further comment is unnecessary.
Out of 300,000 marriages in England in
IS'i-i, only 182, 4o8 were able to sign their
EJward B. Ketchtim, lately conricted of
torgery, is treated tlie smne as the other pris
oners, marches into his dinner with them, and
like them he U locked iu his solitary cell
A new hotel hag recently been opened in
XcW Orleans, which boasts that it neither
seeks nor desires the patronage of Northern
gentlemen. An army officer who (ound that
he could not secure the attendance of wai.
ters, complained at the othce, Mid was blunt,
ly luid that the servants had orders not to
wail on such ns he.
The wealthiest congregation in New York,
perhaps in (he whole country, is that of the
church of the Asceuuiou ( Episcopal ) in the
b'ifih avenue. Their aggregate income Ut
year are shown, by the official return, to have
been nearly eighteen millions of dollars.
The Secretary of the Treasury received a"
ieltcr postmarked "Washington, February
1st," the author saying "the inclosed money,
fire thousand dollars, rightfully belongs to
the United Stales, though the world. would
say I came honestly by it. I eouut a clear
conscience of more value than money can
represent or excus."
Lieutenant General Grant has summoned
the loading generals of the army to Washing
ton for the purpose of holding a council.
In addition to hearing from them vernal ac
counts of affairs in their several departments,
it is said the Lieutenant General is desirous
of consulting them in reference to the differ
ent features of the new army bill now before
There are about two thousand United Stales
troops cow uuariered in aud around Salt Lake
City, and the Vidtt'e (Gentile and military
newspaper oilice,) has been removed from
Camp Douglas into the very heart of the New
Jerusalem. The assaults of the spirited lit
tle daily grow more furious as it approaches
the Tabernacle, and Brigliam grinds hi?
teeth iu impotent rage at the Uisafteotion
created among his followers by the exposition
of Mormon rascality and treason conliiiua'.ly
appearing iu the columns of the ViJ. !te.
Hon. W. W. Boyce, of South Carolina, in
audresaing a farewell letter to his constitu
ents says: Looking to' the great future, I
should say the first thing for the Sonth is
white immigration; the second thing is whi'e
immigration; the third thing ij white
immigration. You should do ,everytlring in
your power to iuvito a white population,
bo:h by your legislation and favorable public
sentiments lleceive immigrants froflj Eu
rope and the United States with open arms.
The danger in the future is in a collision of
races; your safety is in the closest sympathy
with your owa race in the United States.
You need the friendship of the American
people ; tike every step to obtain it.
Three boys at New Haven, Conn-, under
twelve years of ages have been deteoted in
quite extensive mail robberies asd forgeries.
One of the hoys bad in his pooket, when ar
rested, a check for $3300. Tiry are said
to be tha sons of respectable and worthy pa
About one thousand tons of shot and shell
irown into .he for.s at the mouth of Cate
n -i - r'
Fear river (below Wilmington) by the navy
during the bombardment under Admiral Por.
ter, have been collected, and will be sold at
aucttoft, February 15, for the benefit of the
The flouse Military' Committee
yesterday voted to report the bill creatine
the grade of General in the army of the
Untied" States. The pay is increased over
that of the Lieutenant-Gcncrnl ?130 per.
monta. i here is no increase in. allow
ances or cuiumutations of any kind.
GP.EAT REDUCTION IN THE PRICES OF
SADDLERY from January 18, 180l,
JMES H. SIMONS would respectfully an
aounce U bis old customers and the public
cenerally that lie ns a uirpe siock m
S4DDLES. HARNESS, COLLARS,
WHIPS and all other articles usual
ly kept in a ZAUULbK nuur, wuicn ue
will sell at the following reduced prices:
Best Silver IUatcd Harness $34 00
Second best do "1
Third do . do 30 00
Common'PIated .do -5 00
"Second do do' 00
Common Plain do J'J 00
est Spanish Saddles 24 Oil
Second do do , .22 00
Common Quilted Seat do with Horn 18 00
Common do without horu' H 00
Wagon Saddles i 00
Five inch Breech-Bands & SiiTo
Leathers for two Horses 40 00
Four inch do , . 00
Back-bands 8 inches 3 20, C inches'
2 40, 5 inches 1 75.
Double set of Yaukee Harness w"hich
inclhdes bridles, hames, coilars, liu'js,
but chains, &C. 4" f,(
Pair of Yankee Bridle 6 On
Five-ring Haltcri 1 So
Three-ring do X 2.J
Check lines 3-4 inch 73
do do 1 iacb, 5 3
Blind Bridles -3 00
Riding Bridles from $2 60, 3 00 4 00
Good Draft Collars S 00
Harness do 2 00
Wagon Whips 2,00, 1,75, l.O, 1,25
Buggy da from 75 cents to 2 00
Buggy Lines, flat 2,00, round 3 00
Plow Lines 8-4 inch 1,00, 1 inch 1,15
1 1-4 inch 1,25.
He would also invite the public to examine
his slock before purchasing elsewhere, as he
feols oontideat he can Sell cheaper than any
other establishment in the county. His motto
is quick sales ami small profits. Give him a
call anil save money.
WUREI'AIR1NG neatly executed and all
JAMES If. SIMONS,
Bridge St., Miillintown l'a.
HEADING HAIL ROAD.
NOVEMBER 27, IH65.
GREAT Tltl'XK 1.1 li: FROM
the North and Norih-AVest fur I'lttlit'lrl-
phiu, Xew York, 7Vaii', r(ttJtvill', T'tmn'i'fit
Ashlntuiy l.rlmnon. AU'ntotcn, Aixtn. .yc, .ye
Trains leave Ilofritfiurg for Xew York, as
follows; At 3,00, 7,25 and 0,05 a. M.. and
1.45 and '.1,00 1'. M arriving at Xew York at
', III and 10. OH A, M., and 3,40 mid 10,35 P.
M.. connecting with similar Ti-tins on the
I'tnny!rania Kailroad; Slcepintr Cars accom
panying the 3,00 and V,05 A M trains without
Leave jfarrubMrg for Kemlirj, PWnnffe.
Tamaaua, Mtnrrstilie, Ahlitiult Iine Grove, Al-
lentiitcn and YhtlnJtljihia. at ,2o A.M. and
.4j and 0,00 1 M, etoppinff fit Lebanon and
all Way Stations: IheU.oOl' M Train making
no close connections for PoHn-ilIf nor I hixudt i-
phia. For VottmilXe. Sehuyki Jlarennwl A
onrn via .VfAufU'ill and Sutyuehimna llatlroad-
leave IIirrialturg at 4,00 p m.
Returning: Leave .eir ork at O.fwt A M.
12,00 Noou aud 8,00 P M, Vhiladclphia at 8,00
A M, and 3,30 P M : P-r.i;. at 8.30 A M
2,45 1 M ; AMand C.00 and 11,45 A M, and
1,15 P M ; Tamanua at 7,35 A. M, aud 1,40 1
Leave Potterille for Ilarrisburtf, via Sdiuyl
kill and Susquehanna Ril tt-oad, at 8 45 a. m.
Heading Accommodation Trains Leaves Head
ing at 0 30 A. M., returning from Philadel
phia at 4 30 P. W.
Columhi Railroad Trains leave Reading at
C 10 A M and 6 15 P M for ) hrata, LitU,
Lancaster, Columbia. 4e.
On Sundays: Leave Xew-York at 8 Oo
P. M., Yhilnddphia S 15 P. M., Vottsville
8 00 A. ?f., Tamaiua 8 00 A. M , JlnrrM-ura
9 05 A. M., and Reading at 1 00 . M , f..'r
llarriibnrg, and 10 52 A. M., for Xeic-York.
Commutation, Mileage. Sraseii, School and
Exeurtion Tickets to and from all points, at re
Baggage checked through : 80 pounds al
lowed each Passenger.
fi. A. MCOI.I.S,
Reamsg. Pa. Nov 27, '05-tf.
YTflLL be exposed to public sale at the
V residence of the subscriber, residing
in Ferniauagb township, Juniata county. Pa.
about 3 miles froin Mitfliu, on FRIDAY.
MARCH 2nd, ISilli.
A Certain tract of Land, adjoining land
of Jacuh Huffman, William Stroup and oth
ers: Number 1 contains Ten Acres of wel'.
timber land with a TWO STORY DWELL
ING, Kitchen mid Milk House attached. Wood
House, Corn Crib, Sheep Stable, Large Horse
Rarn, a good Saw Mill with one up and down
saw, two circular saws, whip Saw, fic. Num
ber two contains ONE HUNDRED AND
TWENTY ACRES, Fourteen acres of which
is set with heavy timber, well fenced: 0"
acres his been ploughed and limed, produces
good grass and is weil calculated for grazing,
being well watered. No 3 contains 10 acres
of large reck oak and chestnut timber.
This land npist be sold, the subscriber hav
ing purchased land in Lancaster county, in
tends moving to it the coming spring. The
terms wi!l be made easy.
At the" same time and place there will be sold
TWO GOOD MARES,
Three Milch Cows, 1 Sow, 4 Shoals, 37 Good
Sheep, 2 two-horse Wagons one nearly new,
2 Wagon Beds, Horse Can, Horse Gears, Col
lars and Bridles, Plough Lilies, 2 Spreails.
Double and Single Trees. ONE IRON HAR
VESTER, Steel-toothed Uake, Plows, Shov
els, Harrows, shovel Plows and spike Harrows
Log Wagon, 3 Log Chains. H.-iy Ladders,
Corn Shcller, sheep trough and ladder, Sprin"
1 BUGGY, 1 CA1MIAGE,
Mattock and Picks, Shovels and Corn Hoes,
Hakes and forks. Hay pitcher, rope and pul
leys. Cow Chaines, two Grain Cradles.
FIVE ACRES WHEAT IN THE GROUND.
Fifty bushels of Potatoes, Corn by the bushel,
eight tons of good Hay, Corn Fodder, Rye
airaw oy me nunnie, a crsl-rate Cabinet
'mnkcr'!, Uor l!n-h. ALL THE M-VCHIN-
Vvs vn "Tn "' l?W?
RLN.SLRis. Household and Khehen Firroi-
turc.: Bureaus, Cans Bottom Chairs. Book
Case, Clothes Press, Settee. Kitchen Cup
board. Dish Bench, Bench Table, 1 food
Cook and 2 Parlor Stoyes, Stove pipe, Milch
Crocks, 2 Clocks.
SUTTLERS ARE PROHIBITED SELL
INC SPIRITUOUS LIQUORS ON THE
SALE to commence al 10 o'clock, A. M.,
of Said day. when a liberal credit will be
Feb. 7-ts. WILLIAM WHITSON.
A LARGE stock of Qitcensware, Cedarwnre
such as Tubs, Butter Bowie. !!nek..t
Churns, Baskets, Horse Biickcrs.A-c-. at
fcLl'tlFF, FRf)W & PARKERS.
n ECEIPTS AN EXPtNUITTKES
T? if .-omvi'V OK JUNIATA, rao
the first day of January, l8Ga, t,o t,he urd day
JTYoHNt M. TODD, Treasurer DR.
rt.TPiioiilstandiiiconJ.an. 1, '05 12,8Wt 04
To ani't taxes levied for 18(15.....;..
To cash ree'd of Collectors of il-
To cash rev'd of Sheriff Louden,
jury fcos -
To cash ree'd of sundry persons
for old fenoe
So iah ree'd J. A. Christy, suf-
rage tax -
To cash ree'd A. Partner, ditto
Xo " J- Mclvinlcy, dama-
To interest charged on State tax
of Spruce Hill township
To cash ree'd on sales of unseated
lands. . .
By commissioners and other wrdera
lifted from the first January tq
January 3rd, 1SW5...... ........$
By Siate Tre.is. rec'tof July 20, 'f.5
p,y " " SI, '05
By ' " " Aug. 2, '
Hy cash paid S. Dimm, pensioner.
By Treasurers per ceutage ou
By exonerations allowed Collectors
By eaiumissious allowed Collectors.
By Treas r's per centige on $0t
22 militia taxes received
By ain't of outstanding taxes, jnn.
I. lJWii ,
By ca-ih paid order of .Military
By balance iu Tieasurer's hands,
January 3, lSt'O
22 823 20
2! 500 1)0
22 J bl
2,20!) 9 )
..S 13,171 18
STA TEMEXT OF" L'T
in the hands of the Col
ectors, on the first day
VKAU. I Ul.LKCfiritS. j lllaTBICTS. AMUt'NT.
1HV.I John W. Jacobs Fayette 10 00
185'J John D. Howell Spruce Hill i" i
ISdl J .-lines Kidd Tuscarora '.'-' 10
ls;2 Oalcb Parker Patterson 43 51
18 i2 Win. Brown Perrysville 120 5'i
180:; Joslini lieale Tuscnrora 123 8'i
lSi'.l David liratton llealo 3X1 73
lst'.l 11 F. Smith Tu3earor 13 81
l.s.it I.nke Marks Monroe 223 30
lSi'.t Samuel Watts Fayette 184 03
1805 John Anderson Pa-tenon 58 00
lsr,.- .l. A. Christy Miillintown 30 70
1M" Win. Christy Fermanagh 515 IS
isr.5 Pter Hen i'ck Walker ,i' 31
I.;.". Geo, W. Lloyd" Delaware 30.) 2"
18')5 Samuel Markley Fayette 950 0
1S05 John Met'oimell Monroe 23 35
1Si'i5 P Braiiiiisholti Perrysville HI 13
l&!i.i AhrahamTarincrMillord 4!0 03
1H:'.5 J.hn Koous, Tnibctt 717 75
1SH5 John P. Kelly Bealo 202 27
isr.5 1). A. Martin Spruce Hill 81.8 51
Mi5 Sain. R. Zcigler Tuscarora 5U 38
1S;5 Joseph Bell Lack 280 03
'Since pr,id in fill'.
All iif vrliieh is respectfully submitted.
J Mi:S CAVENV. )
THOMAS MiCAM.MON, Auditors
ALBERT (lit AT. ' J
MiFFLtsiowa' January 4, lSiili. J
CO.VMISSIOXEHS- Sl'A TE.VEXTS OF
the. ditburs'iamts of the County Treasurer to
January ,t, lHiJO.or the yrar 1805?
Courts and Jurors' Pay.
S. B. Louden. Sheriff noli
fyiue jurors. Ice $8 00
E. L. Anderson, et a'. Grand
and Petit Jurors Feb Term 377 80
I. D. W.illis, el al. Gran land
Petit Jurors April Term... 2B7 51
0. A. Shermer, et al. Grand &
Petit Jurors, Sept. Term. ...300 S'J
Jo". Ard, el al. Giand and Pe
tit Jurors, Dec. Term. .. ..50lj 04
Alex. Sprdjy, tVurt 1'iyer.... 31 ti'l
Henry WJUi, ct al. Tip-staves 43 00-5 17C6 45
John Dearinget al. constable returns 55 C8
Frothonotaiy, Slieriff, ,rr., Prts.
Geo. W. Jacobs. Proih'o fees. 07 4'i
$. I!. Louden. Sheriff fees 178 4'J
J. A. Miliiken, Distract Attor
ney lets 47 00
George CiQshcn ct !. Consta
ble fees 4f ?.0
J. Middagh, et al. Justices
fees 33 78 40ll 03
Jeffries Ingram et al. witness
es in sundry cases 1 10 88
Pumrny & Sherlock, rebuild
ing r.ryner's bridge....... ..4103 '-"
Stiloufr & Reynolds, balance
on Mifflin bridsrc 020 00
John Landi et al. repairs to
sundry bridges 501 72-5015. 08
" Printing J- Stationery.
3. B. M. Todd, Militia Record
Vk 30 CO
A. G. Boneall, Pub. Printing214 "0
Wnr. J. Jackman " " L'15 75
A. L. (Jus i!0 f " 130 83
F. L. Duller, Records. Tian-
scripts & Duplicates .131 20 722 38
Bounty Debt ,y Interest.
T. B. Landis et al. bounty
claims......... ,2131 00
D. Hcfllyefal interest .' 147 502278 50
Relief to Soldiers' Families.
Amanda J. .Simmers & others ,.15'Ju 40
R. P, MsWilliams. recording
Treasurer's bond 5 10
R. P. McWilliaras, Chi a and
Stove Grate for Office 2 70
J. A. Christy, Auditing Pub.
Account 18 00
R. p. Mc Williams. Presses an J
seals 74 50 100 30
General J- Spring Elections
G. W. Campbell et al. Judges,
Inspectors and clerks 589 OO
G. W. Jacobs rec'g election
returns 34 00
R. S. Tamer et al. constables 03 4'i
Jiunes Jartin, et al. assessors 0 00 723 4t
Levi Ileehf, blankets 1 1 00
S. B. Louden boarding pris
oners, &c. ....... ........ ..189 25
J. V. Walts ct al. repairs 17 50
S. Basonr, pbinl'g & popcrrng 75 90
Mrs. M, A. Louden, m.ikii g
bed clothing 0 00 $n- 7
For maintenance of convicts. 528 SI
S. B. Louden, Sh iff convey
ing prisoners 'li 00 .'V oj 1
S. Beshoar ct nl. for mink, skunk &
wildcat scalps 395 70 j
John A Rowe et al. Jurors 23 00
E D Crawford & Leight, post
mortem examination 10 00 S3 00
Assessors and Assessments.
David Haslett, Beale, Asses
sor, 1814......... 30 00
Triennial assessments, Nov-
i Dc, 1SC4.... -578 f.3
Extra assessment Aug. '05...57 7
S B Louden, notifyuig Asses-?
orof Walker Iwp , 1801... 1 50
V Beecher et al., room rent
for. triennial nppcls 21 25 C89 1
Commissioners' Ojpet ,y Court House.
J S Cox Commisaioner's p iy..l01 75
John Foltx " 88 00
John Kanawel " 191 50
Wm. Logue " " 25 (Ml
John Huiiard, Clerk -100 00!
A J (ireer .'....850 0(
It Weiser, clean'g court hou. 30 00
Wm II Rase insurance ' .. 50 2J(
E Horning etal. wood, &C..-- 3 50,
H Heck, et al. clan'g gutters- 8 50
J Middagh, swear'g cemniis-
ioners 2 75,
Siilouff & Stamtugh coal..- 93 00
A Speddy, freight & crying
sale of old fence 10 75
J II Orne & Co., Matting 115 13
J (J Finn, paper for CQurt room 84 tiO
G Goshen, et al. scaffolding,
plastering, &c SI 7
Sandoe & Martin, repairing
G Wi e, et al mason work ic II OO
0 B & C Bariley work to court . . ,
house -510 50,
C W Weiliel, Settees 45 00
A II Martin Fence 25S7 5!
J Winey repairs to spouting- 0 4
P It Paiiuehaktr, work to
L'ourt House - 40 W)
D Trout' work to Court Yard
Fence 18 W
pinccll A Clanchy. putting up
CVuit Yard Fence "2l 'M)
J C'avcny pa'.ut'g ' pnperinglOO 00 4S50 85
I) Haslet ct al exonerations... 70 47
It P M' Williams, oval 8 (
J ; M Todd ct nl merchandise 92 80 .
J Siilou'lVmiiitta funds overp'd2iVi l
S It Aouden, Mercmtile App'r 3 0 .
F Kepncr postage stamps da 5 45
D Partner, et al, percentage
as Collectors :...3'i5 02,
1 North, keeping prisoner 1 ."
J A C'iristy, procuring records ,
c - 10 00
li W Jacobs, et al, draft of fence
&j 3 00 707 81
L. . Ve the Cimmissv.ners of Jnaiata
county, ia compliance vith the law, do put
lish the foregoing as a full statement of the
Receipts and Expenditures of the County
aforesaid. f'T the year lfc '5, Given under our
hands ai ibe C(nimis-ioners' Oltice. in Mitllin
town, this Is'h day of January, 18(S.
J.HIN KANAWEL, )
M ITT1IEW CLARK, Commissioners.
WILLIAM LOGUE, J
A TTEST ?
A. G. Greek, On-k, febT-lw
'"Pfte American Mine fhint
Jl Tne iindT-i;n'l haviug been exien.-ive-!y
engaged in growing Plants and Manufac
turing Wine for the last f..ur years'," al1 now
prepared to furnish Plants the coming Spring
at the following rales ': $15 HO per hundred,
or if 1 2.50 per hundred when a thousand "f
more are ordered. Each Plant will make
from one to two gallon.- pf Wine the first sea
son, eiiial to the best Sherry Wines of
Europe. Sample Wines forwarded by Ex
press at the wtiolbsulo r.ricc.'SS.OO per gallon.
All letters of inquiry orders for Wine and
Plants, promptly intended to by a-Mressmjj
KFLLY & K1.ECKNER, ,
Buffalo X Roads,'
Feb. 7,-2m. Union comity, P-
ATOTIC. The person that took my
iN RATTARR1ER DOG from my residenco
on the 19th iust., will please bring him back
immediately and save public exposure and
costs, aud oblige
JO:iN" BE ALE,
r.c.iletev, nship, Juniata county, Pa.
ADMIN1STR VTOl'.S' NOTICE. Notica is
hereby given t Eu: r letters cf admiiiilra
tion on the estate of UENRt MOIST, late of
Fermanagh tuwnsiiip, deceased, hav bet
in-onta.1 t., fliA ii il..rui.r,i0.1 riui.litifV in Mltf-
h v .-.j...-., ----
Iiutown. All persons knowing themselves in-
lente't to sain estate win luiKe inimrti iai
ii,vmunl .i,.il tliuu li -i v i n tr M-iinw will ArP
... .......... ,
sent them duly authenticated for settlement.
r.. s. lyi ill, .Aui r.
Oan. 3I-0t. .
Dissolution of Partnership.
"VrOTlCE is hereby given that the co-part--L
neiship harelolore existing between Jas.
B. Souder and Samuel M. Elliott, doing busi
ness under (he name pf Souder & Elliolt, is
this day dissolved by mutual consent.
Patterson, Jan. l'.i-l.t
TTK u:lve on nand a good rptalily of H.ard-
ware, cniprisiug a full assort iiie'il 01
CARPEXTER JOti.S & BLACKSMITH
TOOLS, such as Anvils, Bellows, Sc., Shoy
maker 'fools. Saws, Axes, Augers. Iron. Steeh
Nails, Horse Shoes, and Horse Shoe Nails by
the keg and pound. Ropes of all sues from 2
inches down to J inch by the pound. Buggy
and Wagon Springs. Grind Stones, and Grind
S!one Pictures, .at
S ULOUFF. PROW & PARKER'S.
AViM'AItl.i: PROKEUTY AT
Pkivatk Sale. The undersigned offers
at private sale the following Real Estate, to
wit : A tract of Loud belonging to S- P. Blair,
Eso., situated in Walker township, Juniata
county. Pa., adjoining lands of Moses Kyle,
Joha Wright, Joseph Tyson and others, con-
t.uiiirg M.t fc.Ml ACKLS, more or less,
about 55 acres of which ar cleared, in a good
stale of cultivation and under good fence.
The ballancc, about 15 acres, is well covered
with the very choicest timber. The improve
ments are a good LOG DWELLING HOUSE,
an excellent new BANK BARN, with all the
necessary out-buildings, n! an excellent Or
chard of GRAFTED FRUIT. The abov
fann is beautifully located about half-way be
tween M ilH t'ni own and Mexico, (the Turn Pike
leaning from the above named places passes
tbrough it,) and with a very little improve
ment can be made one of the pleasant est boniest
n the county, rot particulars inquire of
Joseph Tyson, Esq., or
Jan. 17, 't''6-2m.J Mexico, Pa.
pure Liberty white lead,.
Will do more and better work at a given Cost
than any other! Try it! Manufactured only
Wholesale Drvj, Paint it- Glas Dtalrrx,
No. 137 North THIRD Struct., PillLAD'A.
Jan. 24, '0t-1y.
Plain ami IVjtcy Job Work,
At thh Oft -0