Huntingdon journal. (Huntingdon, Pa.) 1843-1859, February 09, 1859, Image 1

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WM. BREWSTER, ED.
THE
GREAT BEAUTIFIER
So long unsuccessfully sought,
FOUND AT LAST ?
Fox it restores permanently gray hair to its
original color; covers luxuriantly the bald
bead; removes all dandruff, itching and all scrof
ula, scald head and all eruptions; makes the
hair soft , healthy, and glossy ; and will preserve
it to .y imaginable age. removes, as if by mag
ic, all I bitches, &c. from the face, and cures all
neuralgia and nervous head ache. See circular
and the following.
Dover, N. 11., Feb. 2d, 1857,
PRO]?. 0. J. Wool) & CO.—Gana; Within
n few duys wo have received so many orders
nod calls for Prof. J. IL Wood's Bair Bettors
tire, that to day we were compelled to send to
Boston for a quantity, (the 6 dozen you for
warded all being sold,) while we might order a
quantity front you. Every bottle we have sold
seems to /ince produced three or four new claimers,
and the approbation, and patronage it receives
from Ric most substantial and worthy citizens
ofour vicinity, fully convince us that it is A
OST VALUABLE PREPARATION.
Send us as soon as may be one greet; of $1
size; and one dozen $2 size; and believe us
'yours very respectfully.
Signed, D. LA 111160 P &CO.
Hickory Grove, tit. Mules co. ?to,
Nov. lit, 1856.—Prof. U. J. Wood.—Dear
sir: Sometime last summer we ware indueed
to use some of your Mir Restorative, and
its efiects were so wonderful, wo feel it our du
ty to you and the afflicted to report it.
Our little ion's bend for come time had been
perfectly covered with sores, and some called it
walled head. The hair almost entirely came
otf in consequence, when a friend, seeing his
sufferings, advised us to use 0 bottle of your Res
torative, we did so with bid little hope of sue
cess,itut tooursurprise, mid that of all our friends
a very few applications relllotOli the disease en
tirely, and a new ard luxnrient env of hair
soon started out, and we can now say that our
boy lianas healthy scalp and no luxuriant drop of
hair its any other child. We can therefore, nod
do hereby recommend your Restorative, us a
perfect remedy for all diseases of the scalp and
lode. We are, yours.trpectfully.
Total amount
EXPENDITURES.
Att'y Gen, Prot'y, Slilf and
witnesses fees en Con pros
Constabl s for making ret'ns
adv'g spring election, &c.
Gr. & Tr. Jurs. court crier,
Judg. Insp. Clks of elections
kss cssor's orders
Inquisition on dead bodies.
Road and bridge views 313 00
Do dam. Mrs. Vundevander 93 00
Do. do. Thos. Crownover 40 75
Do. do. M. Chileote, 80 75 533 50
•For running division line be.
tweet, Tod & Carbon tps.
13ritlge orders :
Wise &Eby, bridge at Hun
: Bond., 1681 00
Do. Mr rep'g above bridge, 38 49
i W harper it Drake's ferry, 276 00
If.B. & AdLansey at Rockbill 100 00
A, S. Harrison,lttivstown Br. 95U 00
A. C. Blair, building bridge
across Tuscarora creek,
Commissioners .-
11: L. McCarthy,
D. W. Matteni,
.3. Baker,
Benj. IC. NOY,
Clk, to Count's in Tull for '57
Do. on amt. for loss,
Atty. fur Comm'rs in full '57
Do. in ftr/Ifor '3B,
County auditors for 1857,
Exuenses of visitors to Poor
by order of Cour , • numw.
Mrs. M. McN. IVAL4II Precerlres , , Publisli'g rep. of Visitors, 10 00
'real:her ol Botany. 'History, Reading Treas'r of Hunt. Cu. Pore 11, 7000 00 7090 50
Rlies E. M Faulkner. Interest on County Bonds t
Toucher of Prilis Work, Drawing. J. G. Miles,
PllB9 1). L. Stanley, I Wm. P. Orbison,
Teacher of Piano Music, Wax Frail, Flare, Exr. ot C. Bucher,
Mrs. Dr. Darwin. Wm. B. C .
Teacher of En2lish Branches. • Samuel
Miss J. M. Walsh, Ito, It. Gomel),
reacher of Primary English. Thomas Fislitr,
Medicine oral attendance to
The recent success of this school is exit., Prisottars c.... ttnd
,dinary. Besides being the cheapest one of the W.." an d c ool lbc
237.21
kind ever established, it is now the largest
Gas l e'onsuined at Court , 36 71
this seethe. of the Stale. All branches are cup airs Court 11. mid 242 02
taught, and students of all ages, and of bollt sweeping and ;leaning C.ll. 25 09
Sexes, urn received. The expunges kw a,year~Vttshin g for prix. is j a il i n
need not he mom than $9O. Students can en- I full f o r 1857,
ter whenever they' Wi3ll. Address, Do. on account fur 1858, ~
JOHN D. IVALSII, Canny lUle, J. F. Rainey for running and
- Huntingdon Co., Pa. marking line between Hun
tingdon and counties
Penna. State Lun. Iles. for
Nancy Long, 65 00
,ro. • do. 14.13rotherline 212 25 277 25
Stationary & 131 ink books for
county oflicet, 28 51
County Printing—T. A. Nash, 149 75
W. Brewster 68 45
W. Lewis, 97 25
Postage and express, 35 96 379 72
Ono copy standard we ights and
measures, •
Lycoming Insurance Comply
West's Pen'y for convicts,
Hunt. Cu. Age. Soci'y, 1857, 100 00 ,
" '"" , rlB5B, 100 00 200 00
Mdse. for C. andjail, 71 24
County Bonds
Le aid—D. Blair 481 38
Le fur Miller, 1188 65 1670 03
A. B. Crewit's est. 2500 00
11. Glazier transcribing gen
eral index, •
M. F. (3,:i4rb01l rAns'g judg
-225 00 450 00
ment docket.
Do. for his fees and coast as
clerk of C. of Q. S. Prot'y,
Stationary, &c 237 65
~
D. Caldwell,
r.lO. do
do. . do. 134 21
do. 126 65 894 51
F. 11. Lane, Tr. fur deeds to
Count's at Trees's sale and
adv'g land afterwaad direc
ted not to be sold
Refunding orders paid,
School money paid to James
Harper, treas'r of Cromw'll
tp. school district,
Redemp'n money paid out,
fox scalp premiums,
Sbll'. Miller fur summoning
jnrere, boarding and convey
mg convicts to the peniten.
tier in full ter 1827,
2)o. on account for 1858,
Balance due Treasurer at last
seitlemen
Co. Treasurer's Commission
on $48895 84 at pr. ct.
GBOVGE W. liIGaNBOTHAM.
SARAH A. HIGGINBOTHAM.
0..1. Wood & co., Proprietors 312 Broadway
New York, in the great N. Y. wire roiling estate
tislonent and 114 Market St.. St. Louis Mo.
And 501(4 all Druggists.
Sept. 22, 1858.-3 m.
TIIE CASSVILLE SEMINART.
ONLY $22.50 PER QUARTER
THE PRESENT FACULTY.
Itr. SUN. lIVALSII, Principal,
Prot of Languages and Philosophy.
Chas. S. Joslin. A. 1$! ,
Prof. of Latin, Greek, etc.
James W. Hughes,
Prof. of Mathehlaties.
lienlamin F. Houck.
Adjunct Prof. of Nlatheinaiies.
J
BLANKS.—AIways buy your Blanks at th
"Jt urnal Wire." We have now prepared tt Ye
ry saperiorartiele nIBLANK DEEDS, BONDS
J UPGMENIr NOTES, SUMMONS', EXEC U.
NS, &e.
RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES
OF TOO
COUNTY OF HUNTINGDON,
From the 51/1 day of January 1858 to Me
30th day of January 1859 inrlndiny Loth days.
- -
RECEIPTS.
1834 John Leper!, Franklin, S7O 76
1835 John Beaver, Hopewell, 114 67
" A'in Isenberg, ' :Morris, 174 22
" Jim. Thompson Walker 10 00
1856 Joseph Forrest Barren 208
" Geo. Rupert Brady 46 02
" Fred. Harman Cromwell 12 43
" Sol. Hamm Jackson 111 22
" Bciij F Wallace Morris 15 00
"A J Dunlaps Tod 10 00
" 1) Pheasant Union 1 13
" Jos Isenberg Walker 222 45
" Wilhn Moore West 102 59
1857 Alx Stitt Alexandria 184 75
• -
duo R McCarthy 13rady 602 43
" Peter Levingston Barren . 850 59
" George 31 Green Cass. 183 90
" Samuel Smith Cassville 80 10
" Joseph Park Clay, 272 55
" 'Wm Johnes Cromwell 424 42
" Itrice Blair Dublin 569 70
" Win Bice Franklin 1423 25
" George Neuter Henderson 250 00
Samuel S Smith Huntingdon 639 97
0 Geo B Weaver Hopewell 366 02
" John Jackson Jackson 1076 25
" Henry A Murk Juniata 266 26
" Samuel Hernial Morris 488 67
" George Miller Oneida 52 00
0 A S Neff Penn 465 43
" Dl' Henderso u Porter 1313 GO
" James G Doyle Shirley 1049 58
" C Bowersox Shirleysburg 124 87
" Joshua Johnes Springfield 166 45
.."17hos Chine)? Toll 222 63
" Abrm Elias Tod 691 10
", M F Cumbell Union 200 15
" Martin Flea= Walker 416 59
" S Lehman Warriormark 859 80
" Jno Thompson West 1026 15
1858 Win Walker Alexandria 109 30
" P Livingston Barree ' 93 50
" J C Watson Brady
131 16
" Joseph Park Cass 75 50
" John S Gehrett Cassvillo 26 00
" 0 W Horton, Carbon, 7 20
• " George 1.) Hudson Clay 35 30
" Joseph Cornelius Cromwell 52 00
" William M'Clain Dublin 140 00
" John B Thomson Franklin 970 00
" Jacob Hallman Henderson • 162 59
" Peter Swoops Huntingdon 1033 00
" Jacob Weaver Hopewell 100 00
.. v.,....;.1 ...W.... I Intl:ail 65 62
TOR & PROPRIETOR
Nathaniel Lytle --- Akirris 13 0 0 0
4 F George Green Oneida 100 50
" Michael Garner Penn 302 62
a • Daniel ICnode Moder ' 145 31
" Samuel Foust Shirley 379 05
" Benjamin Long Shirleysburg 36 41
" Jacob G Jones Tell 75 50
" David Aurandt Tod 16 00
" Abram Wright Union 71 83
a Henry BwooPe Walker 69 50
" Theme Hyskill Warriersmark 470 02
" Andrew Mattern West 989 85
20619 60
County tux on unseated Lands 428 74
School " " " 431 09
Road " " " " 407 37
Fines & Jury fees rued of M. F.
Campbell 64 00
Fines & Jury fees reed of D Cold
wetl 12 00
76 00
'he'd of AA J Port for Toll House 100 00
" " A Jttcoba root "55 56 50 00
Rent recd of llontiogdon Baud for ---
Court house - 15 00
Root reed of Continentals 4 00
19 00
Redd of Henry Glazier for old privy 10 00
Ree'd for aak of stray steer 00
Redemption Received 68 52
Balance due County Treasurer 6770 43
40 00 3085 49
160 00
65 00
100 00
57 50
80 00
275 00
20 01)
40 00
68 70 866 20
9 00 •
180 00
60 00
60 00
45 00
41 43
114 00 509 48
15 00
15 00 570 04
225 00
81 52
550 00 631 52
28,983 35
In testimony of the correctness of the above
wo hereunto subscribe our names, and affix the
seal of the said county, this 3d day of January
A. D. 1859.
IL L. McCARTIIY,
H. W. MATTERN, Comm'rs
JOHN FLENNER,
We, the undersigned Auditors of Huntingdon
county, Penns, elected and sworn according to
low, report dist we mot, d d audit, settle and
adjust according to law, the accounts of F. H.
Lane, Treasurer of the county, and the orders
of the Commissioners and the receipts of the
same, for and during the past year end find
balance due V. H. Lana, of six thousand seven
hundred and seventy dollars and lorty-threo
cents.
Given under our hands at the Commissioners
office in the bormigh of Huntingdon, the third
day of January, 1859.
JAMES CREE,
I'. I), STEVENS, 4lttl'rs
T. W. GRAFFIUS,
APPEALS.
The County Commissioners will hold
their appeals fer the present year, at the
following times and places in the several
townships and boroughs, to wit:
Tell township, Monday 28 Feb. 1859, at
Union School House near the Union
Meeting house.
Dublin towp. Tuesday Ist March, at' the
Pleasant Hill School house near Joseph
Nelson.
Cromwell, Wednesday 2nd. March, at Or
bisonia, nt the house of David Etnier.
Shirley tp. & Shirleysburg Borough,
Thursday 8 d. March at the house of
Mrs. Praker.
1269 20
Brady, Friday 4th. Morel], at the Public
hoisSe of V; Crouse at Mill Creek.
Warrioimark, Tu eday Bth. March, War-
riormarlc at the house of J. Chamberlain.
Franklin. Wednesday 9th, Mechanicsville
School Ilouse,
Morris, Thursday 10th., Waierstreet at
the house of John Seeds.
Huntingdon, Friday 11th. at the Court
House.
150 00
Henderson Sat. 12th. at the C. H
Cass tp. & Cossetlle bor., Tuesday 15th
at the Public School douse.
Clay, Wed. 16 at the School hoube in
Scottsville.
Springfiela, Thursday 17th at the School
House near Hugn Madden.
Union, Saturday 19th at the School house
near Ezekiel Cotbins.
28983 35
Jackson, Tuesday 22 at the Public House
at McAleveys Fort
Barree, on Wednesday 23d, at the Public
House in Saulsburg.
West, Thursday 24 at tri, Public School
house on the farm of Miles Lewis.
1359 57
381 23
21115 51
810 70
432 00
67 34
Porter town : and Alexandria bur Priday,2s
at the Public School House in Alex n,
Carbon, Tuesday 20th. Broad Top city at
the Public House.
'Pod, Wed. 30th. at the School house near
Eagle Foundry.
38 50
Thursday 31 Mar, at the house
of James En triken.
Penn. Friday Ist April at the l'ublic
[-louse in Markelsburg
Oneida Teusday sth April Centro Union
School House.
Juniata Wednesday 6th April at the place
of holding Elections.
We:her Thursedey 7th McConnelstown
at the place of holding the election.
EI L, 1
S. W. NIATTERN. Com.
WILLIAM GLASGOW, Steward, in
ac *1 with the Iluatingdon
. ligaigr a ,Milth o Mttse, frott Js
Jane'. To Ball. at last . Settlement •
+a Co. Treasury for Orders drawn
at sundry times. 747,73
" Cath'r Praiser, Shoats sold her 4,18
" Blair Co. A. House, cash reed 41,71
Bare ,k McLaughlin, cash paid
them through Co. Draft 18,85
" K. L. Creen,Groceries sold him 10,84
" John Lutz, Sr. Fish & Salt
801,1 hint 70
" .I.l3.Kidder,.this acct. ott Books 6,70
'• K.L.Green, 4 dos Bread Bask. 1,10
" Cr. McLaughlin, Gro. bought
for private use 5,37
" Cambria Co. A.House, Ch. rue 20,57
" I Clugstou, Bal. of his acct. on
Books 28
" Cash rue A.S.Harrison, (found
ott drowned persons 42
" Ch roe, Harrowing Corn 1,00
" Lane's Est., Ch rec 80,87
" Wm. Johnson, Hides _ 510
" Ceti]. Praker, plowing &c. 2,40
" Westm'd Co. A. H. cash rev 1,48
" Private use, 4bu Potatoes 50 2,00
2 bu Corn " 1,00
,s 3 gall Molasses " 1,50
•
220 lbs Beef 5 11,00
.300 " Pork " 15,00
10 " Coffee 12 1,20
$1185,63
By Sundry Expenditures for use of House
230 00
201 60
26 00
361 30
in. By E. Doyle, for palm%
to him. Statement No. 1. 8 56
By Jos. Cornelius for ox
en Case. Stat. No. I.
13y Cumb. Val. F. 1. Co.
Cash per Ag. Ins. fees.
Statement No. 1.
B. Graffito], Tin Ware pr
Receipt. Stat, No. 1.
Win. Jennings, 1 plow
tatoment No. 1.
Cash exp. Sundry purpo
see during mb. No. 1. 4 00
Ch. exp. going to Cambria
Co. No 1. 920
do. Harrisburg, No. 1. 475
?eh. J.W.Galbraith Cabbage
Statement No. 2 1 00
S. Heins, plow pts, bill " 1 90
Wright &C0.,1 br faucet" 2 50
J.Palmer &Co, 6 ids fish" 45 77
F.Harmony, pumpkins." 3 00
Jon.Montasue, cash pa
id him per order. "6 52
Jungerick & Smith, gro.
Per receipt- " 22 84
Mrs. Goodman, making
pantaloons. " 1 00
Epraim Doyle, making
coffins on acct. 43
Mar. Jungaric & Smith, Gro.
per receipt stat'in N 03.171 13
J.C.Seckler, freight " 28 82
John Read, garden seed" 90
Win. Jordon, keeping N.
Kelly. " 267
B.McMalien, cash paid
on account. " 200
S.Bolinger, hauling rails" 1 25
Wm. Brown cats in Ox ,
en CUB
Apr. G.Flautt work done at
the house. Stat'm. No. 4 3 37
W.l.Steel, 1 wag. whip " 1 60
Luta & Harris, mortising
locust post " 7 GO
- S.Kurts, altering hogs G 2
G.Meguly, 14 bushels po
tatoes " 6 50
G. Flault. work done ut
" 4 00
house
J.B. Kidder, parsnips &
ashes " 1 79
E. Doyle, malting coffins" 4 00
28 28
49 24
3 62
65 16
398 94
1567 00
7p3 43
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" LIBERTY AND UNION, NOW AND FOREVER, ONE AND INSEPARABLE."
NGDON, PA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1859.
Andrew & Dixon, for cook
range per bill 132 00
Fisher & McMurtrie
chandise rec.
Caen paid for traveling ex .
penees & other , rurposes" 41 2,1
Cash paid, errantry use of
house. r• 8 64
riky Dr. R. Baird, attending
0, D. paupers Nod 5 00
J. Murphy, (rash for send
ing paupers to boas° 75
Cass paid, expenses go-
ing Co Huntingdon 3 82
Juno Ch. paid snndry travOlug
expences. No ii 8 80
July J.C.sechler, freight paid
per receipt. No. 7 6 30
F.&.Franciecus, 2 pairs
homes 2 00
Jos. Harris, harvesting 500
C Atherton, manure Ac 100
Cash paid, SUndry trav
elling expenses. , 22 46
Aug Jungaric & Smith, °ash
paid them pr receipt.
8 10 00
M.A.Doyle, house labor 10 00
Jos. Harris, painting &c. 3 75
A.A.Shannon, repairing
harness t 90
Abm. Lutz, apples cab.
bags &c. 2 20
Eliz. Zelch,one years rout
of lot. 1 50
S. Karts, altering hogs 1 00
Cash paid, Expense of at.
tending Court &a. 9 84
Ch. - pd. removing, patp
pers to house . 6 50
Ch, pd. travelling
flees • 5,40
Sep. J.C.Seckler, cash paid per
receipt Stat. No 9 4 92
11.1tobison &Co. do, , 65 31
J. Burns, shaving paupers 75
Cash paid, travelling exp.
Broad Top 507
do Spruce Creek 2 15
do various places 4 64
Oct. 11.Robison Cush paid them__
_-
Per recipe No 10, 3G 97.
lil.A.Doyle, house labor 32 4I
Cash . paid traVelling
Hopewell, Greensburg 26 25
do Huntingdon 2 25
do sundry places 607
Nov. Jungarie S Smith Cash
P
J J . .B P a t i a a d per r l r . , o 4 i i ., r r e ß c c tl e h ll i e pt
d : N
sundry No.
25
rUt
3 2
7 61
Cash paid, Expenses to
Huntingdon 2 90
do MeConnelsburg 425
do
Mary
do
sllea s l ' n e t g lit ti n 14 2 2 4 2 3 3 2 . 1
Q-fi , paid, sundry exi,en
Dec.. rUgPelil;t'_: . ,'c , titli paid
freight &c. bill. ':o 12 31 15
Mint Hoover, hous'e la
-12 SG
' 147tii
Cash 'paid travelling to
Huntingdon 231
1859 do sundry expenditures 3 52
Jan. 4. Walt, robe purchased
for use of house. 7 50
I.evi Evans, note returned 12 39
3. McElwee, do 9 00
Mrs. Glasgow, extra ser. 100 00
2G yds of carpeting far
tu,e of house.
1 bedstead, do
By balance of acct. to
square
224,67
1859
Jan. 4 To balance at settlement as
per contra. I
18, \Vrn. Piper, for order overpaid
(Nov. 2nd 1858.) 28 50
In testimony of the correctness of the a•
hove statement and exhibition, we have hero
to set our hands this; 4th. day of January, A.
D. 1959 , JOSEPH
CLARKSON.
GIBE 3NY•
JAMES MURPHY.
Receipts and Expenditures.
Of the Ifuntiagdon County Alms House
from Tan. Gilt, 1858 to Jail. 4th, 1859 inclu.
DR. To County Treasury for amount
drawn therefrom 7014 09
William Glasgow late Stew hall
of his Root at last settlement 224 67
do t for sundry items detailed itt his
hect. Aggregate 213 23
CR. By sundry persons 10,787
lbs. beef No. Ito 14 in. ar 81
Do. 3,557 lbs. pork No 1 2. 3
6 and 9 177 37
David Stoner 101 be. Wheat,
No. 15. 101 00
Thos. MeGarvey meat, No. 16 1 61
T. E. Orbison 30 bit wheat
95 cts 17
A. Heiner 75 bu do.
• do. 2 bbl. Flour
do. 8 It. rye, No. 18 '
David Etnier 26 bu. potatoes
No. 19
A. L Funk 7i " " "50
No. 20
Jacobs & Long meat per bills
No. 21 & 22
John Jacobs meat Si sund
No. 23, 16 56
Thos. MeGarvey meat No. 14 107 97
David Ricks Esq. 1 yoko ox
en made into beef No. 24
A. MM.- 60 be. wheat 1 25
No 25 62 50
Abm. Lutz 23a bu do. 1 25
No, 26
Samuel Bolinger 18 do. 1 25
No. 27
Cath. Frakor 37 lbs. Bacon 10
l r: l h ° e; r.
FiMeMurtrie 10 bbl flour
No. 29 03 .17 1391 83
Merchandise and Groceries File M.
By. W. B. Leas for merchan
dise per Bills No. 1. 2. 3. &
' 325 64
4.
W. A. Fraker do. No. 5 to 11,.238 91
Geo, McLaughlin d 0.12 to 14, 102 48
Bare & McLaughlin, do No 16106 40
A L Etnier, 16 &17 2 96
- Doyle Foust &Co. 18 to 20 75 56
11 A Robison &Co. 21 44 32
T E Orbison 22 12 11 978 38
Out Doer Paupers. marked file 0. D.
By Danl. Mel
toe
for keeping R
Chancy 1 lO for keeping
87
R DRughoubsugh, S Daugh'bh 1 I to 11 52 00
18 00
14 00
J 2
Geouge Miles, for keepin for F That-
cher 19 to 22
Rich. Ashman, do .T Banks, 23 to 26
Margt Wales, keeping McLaughlin
27 to 33
J Stensia, relief afforded 34 to 36
Baml Houpt, keeping, Atary Weam
" 3 20
37 to 39
D Houck, E Peight kecping 40&41
B Hopkins, DI Hopkins, do 42 -3
0 W Matters, .Wm Firran, do 44-5
J W Matters, Mrs Wharton, do 46-7
1 Liniuger, coffins, 48-9
E,Orbison, furn's, for 0 D P 50
Ann Walters, do P Quinn, 51
T Kough, do do 52
Ann Donahoe, do do 53
S Reed, making coffin 54
W K Wimer, burial expenses 2
children 55
J Chamberlain, furnishing sundry
paupers 56
G Guyer, do 57
S Cisney, do for Wilson fam• 58
JIM Stoneroad, do Risely fam 59
J Clark & Son do do 60
A Willoughby, do A Hicks, 61
W K Ralim, burial of person
found in dam 62
El Rickets, furnishing for Ferner
family 63
B Stevens, do Wm Abbot 64
H Brewster, do J Thompson 65
H C Weaver, sundry 0 D P 66
A S Harrison, services per drownd
• ed man 67 1 00
Knode & Westbrook, do 68 5 00
R B Wigton, for fern sund 0 D P 69 '2B 50
S B Donalson, making coffin Wm
Allan 70 4 00
0 Etnier fern sund 0 D P 71 15 61
D S Barkstresser,&Co do P Quinn 72 2 97
Barkstresser & Moore do W Allen 73 3 '25
M McCabe, ferns J Murry 74 31 05
Hudson & Wallace burying Wm
Abbot 75 6 00
Long & Miller, furnishing D Han-. _ _
0
8011 76 2 31
Id Hamilton, atten'e D Price 77 1 25
8 fries dig grave. D Hanson 78 3 00
W Sneel keeping &c NV Roberts 79 38 00
Rennet & Bolinger, tug grave J .
G Lane 80 1 75
Eliz Ennis, keeping J Grinder, 81 15 00
J Shaver, coffin for J G Lane 82 400
N C Shaver, keeping " 83 15 00
E Dal:as, nursing " -84 10 50
I Baker, furnshing for " 85 5 21
-11 D Stevens, making coffin for
W Sneet 86 4 00
NV E MelJurtrie, house rent 87 300
I Neff, furnishing 0 D P 88 1 75
A Estep, do NV Roberts 89 18 00
H Kelly. do do 90 48 00
Louisa Sneet bal purchase money
of house Ac 91 15 55
Sarah Decker, for furnishing for
Mrs Martin 92 14 110
W Roberts 93-4 96 . 00
H Orlady, dp J Franer 95.-6 7 75
J McCulloch, do 3 cases 97 to 99 15 75
'JH Dorsey, do sand cases 100-1 22 00
Voi s o h rtblo4 8t76 e„.iggo, zrz
JNV Harvey, do Thus Magee 108 825
1) F Bair 1, do NV Abbot 109 18 25
" visiting send 01) P 110 15 00
4 NI J McKennon, mad & atten
E Price 111 375
• J R Mats, do NV Gooden 112 10 00
20 00
22 50
3 :3 P BCEO A I h oker ?o rded t n oro b ,
Cdl ,
uro d r
j o t,: A rmlr
1 1 ,, e 41g n 1t60 1 , 1 , 3 11
5 1 1 8 2 0180
47 29 1185 0
Bemusing ,Ir. Delivering Paupers, inarkeaile It
By Jacob Porter, (or delivering poop.
ers, at sundry times No Ito 4 inclu 31 50
V Harnisb, do 6 and 6 13 80
J Stoneroad, do I pauper 7 II 10
S Coen, do do 8 12 00
J S Africa, do sun pauper 9 580
J Decker, do 1 pauper 10 2 50
IV Bice, do sundry pauper 11 12 40
.1 Alexander, do I pauper 12 4 00
NV Win*, do sun pauper 13 4 50
I Ashton, do do 14 600
H Creamer, do 3 paupers 15 990
B F Chilcott do 14 do IG 9 00
N Decker, do paupers 17 4 50
--
47 29
75 70
FARM. stAnn an mu F.
By Wm. Piper, for Cash paid
at sand. times. No. I to 9 in. 268 12
Joint Wicks for Belittling, No. 10 27 15
H. Myers, It 22 21
W. Long,tanrs , 57-812-13 29 60
1. Steel, c illa s t raps, 14 550
Jno. Gifford, locust p
sbu. osts,
outs 38 00
S. B. Douglass, 2 seed
at 33} 18 833
G. Garber, 20 bu. do. wheat 17 90 00
Luta & Wakefield threshing 18 32 00
G. Wakefield, 600 chest. rails,
9 33 00 483 9
si, 1
Incidental and Miscellaneous, Marked File I.
By E. Doyle for coffins, vou
chers no. 1 to 3 in.
Abm. Lewis, sundries, 4 to 6
McKinnon & McNite, drugs, 7
and B,
M. Harrison, tinware and rep,
9 and to,
36 53
D. Snare, 'Esq., official fees and
suud's, 11 to 13, 26 21
Henry Brewster, do. 14 and 15, 13 93
C. Bowersoa, carpenter work,
16 and 17, 43 75
3. Brown and Co., hardware. 18
and 19 8 78
Bergstresser, leather, 2-21
B. Brindle, meat vessels o and 13 94
coopering, 22 and 23, 21 00
S. Ricketts, lumber, 24 and 25, 15 92
Toter Myers, tailoring, 26-27,
5 00
S. A. Myers, 28-29, 975
W. Lows, pub. an. rop. 27 50
" visitors, 10 00
statiour7 5 24
7451 99
28 50
71 25
8 00
4 00
13 50
88 38
90 00
29 38
30 to 32, 42 74
J. Nash, pub'g An, Rep. 33, 27 40
Bur e aus & Grim, for 70 pipe
rings, 94 5 80
P. IL Lane, for commission, on
$5080,35, 50 80
C. Price, I milch cow, 36, 20 00
B. Lutz, plank, 97, 75
D. • Mcßarcey, lime & wood, 38, 12 95
J. Slattern, 811 s. st'g yarn, 39, 600
B. M'Malion, boring and laying,
64 perches, 40, 32 00
Taylor & Cremer, sundry fruit
trees, Or., 41, 28 17
Jos. Harris, 'whitewashing, 42, 7
18
Ricketts & Boohet, tobacco, 43, 5 50
W. Rill' eland, one coffin, 44, 350
W. McNite pipe timber 16 trees,
10 00
45,
R. B. Wigton, do. 30 trees, 46, IS 75
11 11 Johns'u 20 tons coal 53, 100 00
Jut). Read, drugs, 47,
22 60
. 1
:
OUTSTANDING BALANCES
Due at the Settlement of the Auditors for the year ISSS.
Totvn&bor. Collector's Names. County Tax. State Tax Militia Fines.
West, Charles Green, 37 81 70 58
Walker. John Coulter, 49 34 4 35 52 50
__...
Cass, Joshua Greenland, - 6 5 0...-
Henderson, Luke Voorhees 123 56 77 08 75' 05
Barree, William Couch, 39 64
Cromwell Michael Myers, 900
Porter, William B. Shaw, 10 00
Barree, John Smith, 877 03 51 50
Walker, John Thompson, 18 06 28 50
Brady, George Rupert, 16 97 87 50
Jackson, Solomon Hamer, 293 12 83 75
Morris, Benj. F. Wallac,i, 77 97 28 28
Warriorsm`k, Henry Grazier. 18 30
Walker, Joseph Isenberg,
Cassville, Nicholas Corbin,
Alexandria, Alexandria Stitt,
Brady, John R. McCarthy,
Cass, George M. Green,
Cassville, Samuel Smith,
Clay, Joseph Park,
Cromwell, William Johns,
Dublin, Brice Blair,
Franklin, William Bice,
Hendersen, George Numer,
Huntingdon, Samuel Smith,
Hopewell Geo. B. Beaver,
Juniata, . Henry A. Mark.
Morris, Samuel Harnish,
Oneida, George Miller,
Porter. D. P. Henderson,
Shirley, Jas. S. Doyle,
Springfield, Joshua Johns,
Shirleysburg, Charles Bowersox,
Tell. Thomas Cisney.
Tod, • Abraham Elias,
Union, M. F. Campbell,
Walker. Martin Flonner,
West, John Thompson,
Alexandria, William Walker,
Barree, Peter Le vington,
Brady, • Jno. C; Watson,
Cass, Joseph Park,
Cossville, John S. Gehrett.
Carbon, Geo. W. Horton,
('lay, Geo. D. Hudson,
Cromwell, Joseph Cornelius,
Dublin. Win, McClain,
Franklin, J. B. Thompson,
Henderson, Jacob Hallman,
Hopewell, Jacob Weaver ;
Huntingdon. Peter Swoops,
Jackson, Samuel Steffey,
Juniata, Isaac Heffner,
Morris, Nathaniel Lytle,
Oneida, George Green,
Power, • //lintel It - node,
Shirley, Samuel Foust,
Shirleysburg, Benjamin Long,
Springfield. David Wible,
Igo, lacob.o..hines„ .
Walker, Henry Swoope,
Warriorsm'lc, Thomas Hyskill,
Went, Andrew [Vattern,
54 06
72 00
70 50
41 25
1852
1853
13 25
27 02
2 OG
23 00
24 63
2 90
1 00
1857
9 00
18 00
1 70
2 90
827482 64 $14890 57 $lOB7 97
Bonds due and owing by the county :
To Wm. P. Osbison,
C. Bucher's, Est.,
Samuel Wigton,
Joha R. Gosnell,
Thomas Fisher,
Balance due A. 13 Crewit's estate,
Unpaid on Jury orders,
" " Comth,
Elec'n
1400 40
Assessor's orders
" Constable's "
" r, Inquisition. "
Deficit to the Commonwealth for 1850,
1857,
Given under seal of of4oe, Sd of January, 1859
H. L. McCARTY,
G. W. MATTERN, Commissioners
JOHN FLENNER, "-
128 00 I Attest:—llenry W. Miller, Clerk. -
Wm. Colon, stationary, 48, 5 8 48
Wm. Drake, repairing, 49, 6 25
Abu, Varna, masonry, 50, 4 87
David Shaver, lumber, 51, 7 38
Jno Temple, whitewashing, 52, 4 37
W. Barvey, wood ladders and
repairing, 54, 6 12
H. M'Monigal, doz. Sanford's
Invigorator, 55, • 5 00
J. HertzlarmanN 381 wool, 56, 9 62
C.V.M.F.1.C0. assessmit 8, 57, 21 60
T. M'Garvey, 5 days butchering
58, 7 50
Sundry persons, official fees, 59
• to 61, 3 20
Do. do, small items, 62t066, 9 28
A. Heffner, lumber, See File P,
No. 3,
L. Evans, apple butter,
No. 6
Doyle, Foust & Co., stone coal,
6:c., M. IU, 22 75 809 24
Salaries.
By IC. L. Green, for services as
director In full, 61 00
Joseph Gibboney, do., to date, 156 80
James Murphy, do. do., 106 60
])avid Clarkson, do. do. 27 20
W. Glasgow, sore's as steward 400 00
Dr. B.Baird, as atten'g phys'n 150 00
Honry Brewster, as clerk, 50 00
D, Blair, Esq., as counsel, 20 $31:1 971 60
Jan 4,1859.
Jno. Thompson, steward. for or
drawn of this date, 100 00
Wm. Glasgow, lam steward for
sundries detailed in his acct 1185 63 1285 63
43 83
33 64
17 50
Jan. 4, 1859.
To Jno. Thompson, pros stow, 100 no
L. Evans' note transferred
from pro iourstewa d,
1)o. J. M'Blwro's do. (Judgm't
on Esq. Hicks' docket,
1)o. Jno. lions note, taken for
one yoko of oxen, by previous
steward, 75 00
Do. Woe. Johnson's note, bal of
acct.
132 bus wheat, 56 bus rye, 250 bus oats, 1500
bus corn,
(in ear) 300 bus. potatoes, 90 bus.
onions, 2 bus, small do., 9 bus, soup beans, 1
bus japan peas, 15 bus beets, '5 bus turnips, 6
bus parsnips, 5 bus cloverseed, 3000 heads cab
bage, 19 loads bay, 20 loads corn fodder, 3457
lbs pork, 2388 ills bee, broom corn for 10 doe.
corn brooms, and 50 bus screenings.
VOL. XXIV. NO-6.
125 32
23 37
70 51
545 20
'47 11
100 00
43 11
ARTICLES JIANUFACTURE'D.
10 pairs drawers, 85 smocks, 41. skirts, 8Q
dresses, 2 dos towels, 47 pairs stockings, 75
napkins, 56 aprons, 15 sheets, 18 comforts, 14
caps, 150 lbs hard soap, do 1200 gal soft do.
200 lbs butter, 300 lbs candles, 6 bbls sour
krout, 6 doe corn brooms.
STOCK ON HAND
3 horseJ, 10 milch cows, 8 head stock cattlo,
15 hogs, 17 sheep, 81 bus wheat, 25 bus rye,
150 bus oats, 1000 bush corn, (in ear) 5 bus.
cloverseed, 75 bus potatoes, 5 bus beets, 800
heads cabbage, 4i bbls sour krout, 6 bus onions
2 bus small do., 15 loads corn fodder, 12 loads
hay, 0500 lbs beef, 8000 lbs pork, 5 bus soup
beans, 400 chestnut rails, 225 locust post.
19 52
MONTHLY TABLE.
•
:';.1;i...-.i..;- 7 r...'.F . ,...r
ci.
555. 3..3 -3 .3 ..3 V. gl (suopiqupv
_ 3......: co ~., ,_all 7 Po
--,--- 5-• 3 J.40.1CL
t.'
_ .3 .3 3,3 3.,. I. tr, t g ` maw
law ~, i., b. , ... \ tirej -----i i
'..' C. P. ,' b 2 ....
it t Oni T. t e3 a WS tt it IS WI
211
OD i int ve.. 2lt T.. it t.l 2'. 4 *n0... 0 m F, ,
blitttS:.'stitist-'8: 3 ." j. '..pnito a l
X. 3 V, A .i; 81
t,".. --- ';,ltststVF'o ll4 l_4l4 ---- .\4 1
........,........2 5:1:1 ..011...1 . li t •
Number of insane, 10. Idiotic, 18. Oat
door paupers now on support and relief eboo
45 Cabe , During the year relief has been af
forded to about 115 e ases of outdoor paupers.
Meals given away to weyfarlng persons about
200
We, the undettigned Auditors, of the county
of Huntingdon, do hereby certithat we have
examined the orders, accounts, ~ of the tn.
rectors ef the Poor of said county, mid find'the
same, together with the vouchers, to be correct
as above stared. Witness our hands this 19th
day of January. A. D. 1659.
JAMES L'REE, •
I'. D. STEVENS,
THOS. GRAFFiIIS,
7451 99
19 39
7 42 203 81
PROCEEDS OF FARM.
28 77
7 50
5 00
3 22
22 00
42 60
59 00
T 50
2200 000 1 i •
9 00
7 5(4 7 2 tl
903 18 •
S3SOQ 00
1000 00
750 00 ,
690 50
1900 00 7840 50
448 05
88 50
302 71
228 86
106 60
8 55
44 18