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Huntingdon Globe (Newspaper) - February 25, 1886, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania ntinjjbon lube HOWARD BUTZIDITOH A YEAR Entered at the Post Office at Hunting don Pa a second class mail matter THURSDAY FEBRUARY 251886 PRESIDEST CLEVELANDS salary ii ft day ate six thousand bills pend ing in Congreas THE Philadelphia Bulletin calls Dr Higbee the state poet THE iccent borough prised the Democracy election sur WHEBE are the good times promised during the Cleveland campaign IT is reported from Washington that Garland is desirous of giving hia Pan Electric stock to some charitable insti tution A LIBERAL subscription is being raised for General Hancocks widow Up to the 15th insi was the amount contributed GENEKAL Fm JOHN PORTERS relief bill passed the Lower House of Con gress last week Congressman Atkin son voted against the bill A Fine Tribute to General Hancock One of the finest paid to the late General Hancock was that of ex President Hayes commander of the Ohio Loyal Legion In closing his address he said If when we make up our estimate of a public man conspicuous both as a soldier and in affairs we are to think first and ot his manhood his integrity his purity his singleness of purpose and his unselfish devotion to duty We can say truthfully of Hancock that he was through and through pure gold His death is sorecent and such a shock to xis all that I hesitate on this occasion to enter atlargeon the facts of his life During many years he has at the head of tho military order of the Loyal Legion His presence his prestige his name Las given to this soldiers organization we know not how much of its prosperity its interest and its influence His commanding figure and so impressive inspiring and were the outward symbol of a charac ter and achievements which left noth ing for the most exacting imagination to desire when seeking for the model American soldier patriot and gentle man One reference to his record as a soldier is enough for my present purpose lost or The won single battle which humanely speaking WHAT astonishes the Pension Bu reau is that there are now on the rolls the names of 17212 women widows of soldiers of the war of 1812 It has been frequently asserted says the New York Herald that not one of the 60000 Hebrews in this city is the keeper of a liijuor saloon THI House Committee on Invalid Pensions has decided to report favor ably the bill to increase the pension for total deafness to a proportional amount ONLY 14 Republicans voted with the Democrats on the final passage of theFitzJohn Porter bill Of these Messrs Bayne and Harnier were from Pennsylvania THE Philadelphia Press a ser mon into this Business in this Protectionist country is steadily improving and business in Free Trade England iasteadily growing worse A DELINQUENT subscriber of an Ohio paper stopped his paper recent ly and refused to pay the amount due the publisher He was sued and the jury made him pay 140 instead of 16 A BILL has beenintroduced in the House of Representatives by Congress manPulitzer of New York granting n pension of five thousand dollars a seemed destined to decide the great conflict was Hancocks opportunity Ho was equal to the oucassion Hence forth Hancock and Gettysburg Gettys burg and Hancock are forever linked together in adamant The name of our commander will live in our annals as long as American history is known among men Brave soldier noble gentleman beloyed companion hail and farewell year to the widow cock of General Hzin JOSHUA B LHPISCOTT the noted Philadelphia book publisher left an estate the appraised value of which is set down at for the personal assets and u p wards of 82006 000 in real estate HANCOCK died while Tilden wa celebrating his birthday The race is not always to the swift nor the battle to the strong Mr Tilden has out lived Garfield Hancock McClellan Hendricks Grant Blair and Greeley FROM tables recently published it appears that there were 832884 males in Massachusetts at the time of the last census while thofemalesnmabered 1009257 The percentage of males to the whole population eijcht is about forty A BEAVER FALLS paper suggests that afterQuay is mude United States Senator he should be given the second place on the Presidential ticket Ai this is a good ways off yet there need be no hurry in discussing the merits of the suggestion the Ohio Republicanswent out of office two years ago tney left a cash balimce in the treasury amount to 4618000 The Democrats haw just gone out leaving udeficit pi 05678271 But the precioustnenior ies left by the Democracyare worth millions WASHINGTONS birthday was honored with more than usual recognition on Monday in the civic uncVmilitarypa rades It is the only celebration in the American calendar that takes no tice of individual merit in this case celebrates the grandest man of hu man history ExVicE PRESIDENT and exUnited States Senator Hannibal Hamlin is now seventynine years old and boasts that he can run fastor and jump higher than any young man in his neighborhood He has had three wives who were sisters the last and youngest is now living with him iii Bangor Maine Mu EDWARD ATKINSON shows that in the last twenty years the iron pro duction of the United States has in creased by 299 per cent rail way mile age 270 per cent tho amount of fire insurance 295 per cent the cotton crop 176 per cent und the population 63 per cent while the public debt has de creased by 54 per cent and the per capita 72 per cent The cereal crops have increased about 250 por cent over those of twenty years ago An Obsolete Pension Law There are a few old laws upon the statute books that are obsolete and that ought to be repealed Among is the act of March 19 1836 re lating to the pensioning of the soldiers of thatearly day and which has been taken advantage of byclaim agents of Washington and other places These havrt issued and widely distributed among Government pensioners a cir cular soliciting employment in the1 prosecution of a claim which they say not in the nature of a pension and which they believe is due the sioners from the Government under the actof Congress of March 19 1886 which provides halfpay for five years to widows of soldiers killed or who died of wounds subsequent to April 20 1818 The commissioner of pensions reporting upon the subject to the com mittee on Invalid Pensions uses the following language The act of March 191836 appears to be obsolete as all the beneficiaries are provided for by the more compre hensive act of July 41836 and its ben efits cannot be extended to the sol diers of the late war or Jheir heirs as bv the terms of section 6 of sairl jict its benefits are limited to those who served in the Florida Indian war of 1S36 Commissioner Black asks for the re peal of the act mentioned on the ground retention an the stat utes tends to create confusion and of fers inducements to claim agents and others to introduce claims against the Government resulting in unnecessary labor and costs to the departments even when it is shown as in this case that all the benefits confessed by the act have been fully satisfied Soldiers widows should take notice that the act of March 191836 is obso lete and not pay out any money to claim agents under that act Political Pointers General Hartranft has gone into the life insurance business Joseph G Isenberg Thomas M Oaks George G Hutchison Joseph H Waiteiand Archy Hutchison are can didates for Sheriff in this county We have received from some un known person and quarter a copy of thelifeofGalusha A Grow What does it mean Is the old man paving the way for United States Senator Major A Wilson Norris did not say he was not a candidate for Auditor General when interrogated on the sub ject at Scranton and the presumption is that he will be in the field The opposition to Congressman Bayne 61 Allegheny after canvassing a multitude of names have finally set tled on exMayor Lewis Peterson as the strongest man to pit against him Ada C Sweet formerly Pension at Chicago is said to be the most attractive member of the Wo man Suffrage Convention whose ses sions she has been attending in Wash ington ExState Senator William T Davies who was on the old 1882 seems to haye the call for the Lieuten ant Governorship this year Major Montooth of Allegheny will be his chief antagonist before the convention Fblnta on Prominent People Ellen Terry gets a week fifty two weeks of the year Senators Logan Harris and Spoon er do not tell their ages Senator Vance has 16 relatives on the Government payroll James RussellLowell is the finest Spanish scholar in the United States C W Couldock is 71 years old and he has been acting for nearly half a century Mme Durand Greville says that French ladies are more domestic than the ladies of America The death of General Hancock was largely caused by his persistent high living He loved good wines ancl rich food Work to Be Resumed on the South Fenn CHAMBEBSBUJIO Feb 23 A con tractor of the South Penn Rajlroad was in town today iniaearch of Blinds He says wqrK is jtoj be resumed on TuBcarora tunnelson MarchVf 9 anil New ToPay LEGALOTICES New ToDay that the work will be putihedjij rapidly as to who was going tKe road but said that it made known befcra many days A number of colored men and others engaged to work for him but several Muddy Crossing oerthe street Need that couple cover allthe Flagstones with theirfeet J Do they shoyr the best of breeding And tlie bluest blood Wheu they crowdthat lonely Off into the mud If a couple meet abody i Would it mailtheir Shouldthey take single crowing v OF VARIABLE IT of Joseph Watson deed By directions In the will of Of the boroiighof Huhtingdori be exposed to public ule at th Court House in t borough of Huntingdon on the i otice is Jnercby given that cmFriday tho lotti of March ercby given that cmFriday tho lot A wlllbomiide toHls EitcallencyrHobert K 1KUlMn doTcnior of the Commonwealth of Pcnnnylvmla attlid Execu tive Chamber Hurrlsblirg for u charter und loiters patent for the incorporation The Hunting don Light and Hunt Company for the purpose of supplying electric or any other light except manu factured gas light and steam hcitt or any other hent to the public at he borough of Huntingdon aiidto persons partnerships and corporation or transacting business therein or adjacent thereto F V RBRUCE METR1KIN C fi Solicitor UDITORS NOTICE Estate nT Wm Lew The undersignedauditorunpointed by tho Or phans Court of Huntingdon Co to make distribu tion ofitliebnliuiee In lie Imiuls of HughLindsay executor of Wm lute of the borough of Hun tingdon deed hereby gives notice tlint ne win at tend to the duties of hl appointment At his olllce No 1121 Fenn streetHuntingdon Pa on Friday the Ifltlldny of March A U at10 oclock am when and whore all persons Interested must present their claims or be debarred from partnklngof wild R A OHBISON Auditor OF THE STANDARD SEWER PIPE COMPANY HUNTINGDON 18th 1880 i SPECIAL NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS TheBoard of Directors of this company called a special meeting of Its stockholder to be hcldatthcofrlccof the company at Huntingdon oh tliclOthday oclock n1 m for the purposeof voting for or KRiiInst an InuroiiM of lliucapltnl itoclt n CiBLAIR Fubl80t Secretary i UDITORS NOT1GK of Frederick Snare e auditor appointed bjr tho court of Common Pleas of Huntingdon county to distrib ute tho fundi In the hnndi or CharlcsG Brown Esq aialirnee of Frederick Snare will attond to the duties of hii appointment at bin oflluc 403 Penn itrcet Huntingdon raj on Jrldny the 5Ui of March 1886 atlO oclock a m when and where all perwni Interested muntpreient their orbo debarred from partnklng of said fund JOHN DOBR1S Feb Auditor OFtiyALUABLE ExGovernor Lucius Fairchild ex Minister to Spainsays he found it toliye in that country than in the United States Jay Gould has expressed his pleasure over the management of his by his son George George drinks nothing stronger than milk punch Great Sale of Railroad Stock NEW YORK February Vanderbilt estate has sold to President FB Philadelphia and Reading B B 1thestockof the corn at 10 oclock a ra the jdbictlbcd real ei1 to The undivided half of allthat i bertiilni lot of ground fronting 188 feet on Washington of borough Imvtiig thereon the HUNTINGDON OPERA HOUSE Mr Randall and The Governorship According to the Inquirer an es teemed New York contemporary again states as if by authority that Mr Randall proposes to accept the gubernatorial nomination of his party His alleged reason for resigning his prominentand certain position in Congress is that beinga candidate for the office of President of the Unitecl States he would occupya stronger position in the office of Governor of Pennsylvania that being a goodplace to start from in the presidential race If Mr Randall had been born yester day or had embarked in politics to day it might be reasonably assumed that he believed he can be elected Governor of this Commonwealth But having been born a long while ago and having a ratherprotracted ex perience in politics no one probably knows better than he docs the abso lute impossibility of his election to the chief executive office of Pennnyl viinia If any Democrat could be elected to it undoubtedly Mr Randall would have a very much hotter chance than another but it ia no more possi ble for a Democrat to succeed Gover nor Puttison by the votes of the people than it would be for a Democrat or Republican to stop the overflow of Niagara with a handful of sandMr Randall is one of the shrewdest of politicians and he knows aa well as he knows his alphabet that the next Governor of this State will be a Re publican and his name is Adams Beaver of Centre county uv held bv the late W H erbilt from 50000 to 120000 shares valued at a share They were sold at per share The sale was consummated yesterday ut the Grand Central Depot The transaction is important in view of the proposed organization of ihe Reading road syndicate headed by Drexel Morgan President Gowcnsaid that he could prevent foreclosure of the general mortgage as he had secured the money to meet the overdue inter est By his stock purchase he regains possession of the property of the road and the receivership will be discharged immediately Pittsburgh February gylvnnia Railroad of this city give aa authoritive that in addition to Presi dent Gowens purchase of the Vander bilt Interest in the Reading Road he also bought the Yanderbilt interest in the South Pennsylvania Rpadl They assert roadwill certainly be built In which building there are Iflvpi splendid rooms the auditoriumthe Masonic hall club room and offlco rpornii Rll occupied by responslbli ionantt and yielding NTOurieratlverentsiifl 2ALSO AH that certain lot fcet on the south Hide of Allegheny streetW aid 1 borough 200 febt totheJuhiiiii rlvor having ithercori arlarge t and i A NNUAL FINANCIAL STATE MENT OF THE KECBIPT8 AND EXPEND ITUItES OFHUNTINQDON COUNTY PA FOB TUB YEAR ENDING January B 1880 RECEIPTS 01 3CM Received of U Richardson bal ancc In Ills hands ut last settle ment Itocclvud Irom collectors for 1881 and previous years Stutu and county tax 856114 7 RECEIVED FOR THE YEAR IBMCOUNTY TAX Alexandria Borough SMS 22 Barree township l81 ffii Brady township 1000 BO Top City Borough 115 M Carbon township GSS 82 CHss DOS ill CassvilleBorough 122 01 Clay township ion 29 Coulmont Borough Si si Cromwell township C2601 Dublin township IliDO Dudley Borough 1211 M Henderson township 380 23 Kouctvell township 6 Huntlngdoiilst ward 1603 88 wanl 240i 41 ward 1092 DO ward MD W Jackson l2Tj5 tunluUi township21D 01 Lincoln 31 Logan township i 21 Mapleton Borough GO Miller township 4ftO JO Mt Union Borough 7M 79 Morris township 967 47 Olicidn township 3M 21 OrulSonlR Borough 455 88 Penn township 1184 00 Porter 81 171 Salllllo MO 41 Shade Gap ISO ltd Shlrleysburg Borough 170 72 Shirley township llol 17 Springfield itSG W3 Three Springs Borough Tclltownshrp Tod township Union Walker township Vnrriorsmark township Wcsttowniliip J28710 The undersigned will offer at public sale on the premises on TUESDAY MARCH 2 1886 at two oclock i in the following described real estate to wit Lot No 66 on the east side of Wash street between uth and 10th in tho borough of Huntingdon hnvlng thereon largo Four Men urownedjlu the Susque V hanna HABRISBURG February 20jThir morning while four men and V boy were attampting to cross the Suscpei hanna capsized andithei tour men were drowned The boy succeed ed in clinging to the boat and war rescued about two milis below The names of the unfortunatemen are as follows John and Frank Mastaged eighteen twenty irespectively single j Lewis Dierict ayoung married man who leaves a wife and one child Charles Matthias aged fortyfiye married leaves a wife and four chil dren The wife of Dierict is of the Masts The ing from theirwork at SteeUqii and going to their homes at New Cumber land The boat was toid heavily laden to live through the windstorm1 whichj was prevailing An effort is being madeto recoverthe bpaies but it is not thought this can be accomplished as the river is still several feet above the average j ilcnry 3 ALSO Thei undivldeduhalfof all lot of ground frontingSOjIect OB Mlfflln lot numbered 21 intlie of West BKICK DWELLING T W Montgoniory andK ScottMcCarthy pv IiLSO Tho niidlvldcd liaif of ajlVjiW p ilot of ground fronting 50 rfect idrt tweenflth and 7th being the half of lot Kosai8iii the rdcordcd plan of ho boronghofiluntlrigdon having thereon a by Kurtz 5 ALSO utrlp of landultuateilnithe borough of lying between the Canal and thc JU iilata river and occupying the Whole breadth be twecn the Canal river from 4th to 6 lALSO The whole of of ground corner of 14th and Uooreiireet In West Huntingdon frontingabout 100 ftet on Moore itreetand corner of jlotNp 288 having thereon a Brick Dwelling HOUM now occu pied by Kllpatrlokarid Qrafllui j 7 ALSO and adjoining loti of ground in Wert Iluutiugdoti known as the Brick about 12 acretibelng comprlied of 14 lottof groiunddeilghat edby numbers 301 S02j8W31I 316337 and the letter A in the map or general plan of the tamo eight and onehalf D 10USE wlti good stable and other outbuildings Good wellumdiclitont water OB i the premises together with a number of choice fruit trees This property Us located in tbo moat desirable section of town and commands a high rental Formerly owned aud oc cuplodbyjProf JamusH Stephens deceased Bale on easy terms For further Information id dross VifUf Veb i Huntingdon Pa 2Story EogFrame purchased of IIonQeorge Taylor and Jacob S Africa1 This property will be Mid in the whole or In February The one hundred and thirty fpu rth anrii versnry of birthday was celebrated as a national holiday here the departments schools banks and courts being Closed arid there beinjja partial suspension of A na tional salute was fifed at sunrise by1 the regulararmy batteries and atnoon national airs were rendered on the church chimes A local military com pany in the uniform of the continent al army made a trip to Washingtons tomb at Mount Yernon accompanied by nearly one hundred members of Congress The tomb was decorated with flowers and speeches were deliv ered by Commissioner of Pensions Black and Congressmen Cabell ofVir and Crompton of MarylandV price ijri vrit 8 The whole of all that certaintract and parcel ofwoodlarid iltuatelri Hendaritonitownihlp near tiie borough of Huntingdon adjoining Undrof John Rhoads JohnNumer Wm Rupert met otheri and allowance 9 ALSO The whole of all that tract or two parcel of land township Huntingdon county on the south tide of the Junlata river near the hetdof jacks Narrows known al the Mansion FropcrtyVadJolnlng lurreyi Iii the name of Thomas Fisher and others containing SO Acrei more orlewi aboutib of Ing thereon in eacellentiorchard ofappleatidother tree vineyard ic and a Duelling House Barii arid other iuproVeinento The whole of all tliatlcertaln tract of lying along the railroad In Brat ton township Mlfflin iounty adjoining laridsbf jihir MlllerJ helrij and otheri or leu having Stone Quarry r Uv ALSO The bheitndlvldedhMf otalltHow five adjoining lottfofground jiUuate in tlye bor ough of Petersburg Huntingdon fronting160 fleeteach1on the ofjKlhg jitnetoand nun1bered J120 jl21 and 122 hi the nmnbered plan of laid the being a plece orparcel 6f land iouth Midloti22 street and adjoining ground ot rail the south Kingstreet Shavers creek i on the west haying itherebnijarge Brick pwelllng Rboma threeitoryJBriek Store Roomi Wateillouie and Coal YardTnli valuftble and wellpajrlng Adrninistrators Sale jOI VALUABLE Real Estate OP DAY 11 Sy MM KRS DECD The uiiderslgnod1 Administrator of David Suni mers deceased will ut public sule on the prom Peim townsliip on Saturday March 131886 one oclockp iii thefollowing described rta Thatjyaluablc farmknewn uSitho MARKLESBURG STATION FARM on the it Bl T H U 12 uiiles soiltli of HuiitliiK doiijicontiiililng 108 ACHES aboutionehalf of which arc cleared ami in u good stato of cultivation Fmnia Wash Kounc Large Bank Darn Corn Crib HogPenandSuw falling Kjirlug of good water 1hls onoof the best located faring In IJentiitowhihlp being convonlcntl to churches ichools market and btilng In n good locality in n IJentiitowhihlp being convonlcntl to churches schools market and btilnir In n good locality In wcllsultedforrHlBlngstock thlsfariu ailjolns the vlllftKeofGranUvllloon three sides of the It i T In time town lots interest In tho cron will for eiUo at thenatnoitimciand place of tjio purchase money Imhandthe balance In two equal annual thereafter with interest to be aumircd by Judgment lit HHSUMMERS 11 Adnilnlstrktor FirstClass Stating Saloon 1 iAtKMfttexpemevI havcreflttcdiny Barber Shop Checkered Front OH Fpitrth Street two doors below TAX Received from dimeftowiishlpi and borought State tux COUNTY TAX Received from Justices for 18SS county Alcxiiiidrla bori Peter Kane Barree twpMartin Wnlkqr Brndy twp John K Metzr Broad Top City C K liorton Carbon twp Patrick Cass twp J C Khafler Cassvllle E BHlssong Glay twp J C Hoffman CoHlmoiu H C IJitop Cromwell twp B F Ohilcont Dublin twp W A Price Dudley William Brown FranklinJohn MIxecli Henderson twp J L Berguntz HupuHcll twp William Stone w J 0 Jluriay w id W JRPatioii W J R Patton Jackson twp J L McHIwulne Juninta twp John llawn Lincoln twp J E Kcttcrmun lUKiin twp John Gmfltus Mapleton AAV Swoopc Marklcsbnrg ABuaver Miller twp W French Morris twp David Wilson MtUnlon J G Stewart Oncldatwp Henry OrbiHontaj Jacob Conrad Penn twp Hamer Porter twp H G Nod SRltillo Philip Flulier Shnde Gap H C Zclglcr Shlrleysbunt J HMghtncr Shirley Ki B Springfield Samuel Weight Three Springs N K Kovcrt Tell Samuel Totld Thomna SHall Union Dnvld L Smith Wulkcr Joseph IwinburK Wurdorsiiiftrk D Ii Fry West Henry Davis STATK TAX licceived StnleTaxforlS85from the fame llislicev COUNTY TAX County Tax on unseated SqhoolTiix Road Tax Kecctvcd on tax judgments RccelvuiLoljrC Blair lixonuralcd tax Received from salo of bridge anil lead Received of HellnerBroa Sheriff ifcAlevy fines Costa inHoueor colic n Leathers case S3S 05 116 42 82226 436 14 1W 14 776 87 14300 M 16 337 89 59 00 OS9 Sfi 195 82 130519 288 67 fiOOO 450 00 45867 500 00 1277 67 82 25 228 00 988 BO 116 40 60 818 S5 28046 327 20017 477 3U J381 15 CO as er 165 80 1010 lJ5 71 IIK 09 CO 00 4011 02 22J 75 621 25 1250 34 1080 8S R8805 172 69 37 200 1 89 Reimbursement from Insane Borrowed money In 1SS5 1370 U3 1670 70 68 28 EXPENDITURES 05 Iuld grand mid trnverso jurors COltlt criers tlpstiivcs etc 6617 89 furnished it wltlr property anrt and oommandthe highest price willbe sold If desired Inpinsrti ThnwKolelof all that or parcelof land No 5 on the Petmiylvanla railroad In rnnUin toVnshlpHuntlngdoiioqiinty oh the iilttie Sunlata1 River1 more orlediiall There wlllalso be publictale In the city Jflli i Tliorbomishuatcdiby steam and provided with lights affordiiiK IncrcRsed facility for hairout desiring the luxury 01 aliith will not regretthe J01IN D ECK Commonwealthorders on prnse cutions Prothonotury Attor ney witnesscsctc Klcctloli orders Constables for holding elections Constables for making and Hond nnd bridge views TowiiBhlpiCnd election views Inijnisltlons on dcud bodies 1ruinittmx wild cats skunks hawks and owls 1688 58 Directors of the poor for use of Almshouse 9SOO 00 House rent fuel etc tor holding elections ii 4808 09 3059 72 3U Qfl 68829 11X 90 57771 91 30602 M 81 ID GO Paid rodemptiou money M aBrumbmigh for use of Co Inntitutc 200 00 County auditors for 1881 294 00 audltorsattorncy 20 00 County auditorswitnesses and in is Child for CaitorU VlIlMilMelmiftoCNtotU The Oldest Inhabitants Association ancl the Washington Monument Soci ety held anniversary meetings with ap propriate exercises THE latest from Washington it that there is a Elaine boom for the Repub lican Presidential nomination in 1888 being pushed with great vigor that Mr Elaine himself is at the pole and that one of the points to be made is the re turn of Conkling to the U S Senate from New York in place of Miller with the aid and active cdoperution of the Plumed Knight in this manner har monizing thefactions in that State and making it easier to carry its electoral vote for the Republican But this is gossip and the nomination ia jet along way off THE court hoxise which cost the taxpayers of Chicago nearly 83000000 is surrounded by an unsightly board fence to prevent pedestrians from be ing hit from falling pieces from its stone cornices The structure is built of a soft Illinois limestone and the porticos and corniceiwill have to be replaced with granite at nn expense es timated at Huntingdon can congratulate itself on the charac ter of the court house erected here EVERV now and then gome of the journals of this introduce the subject of who shall be the S Senator But as a general rule the Republicans recognize theiWisdom of letting the subject rest until we have carried the next election and secured the Legislature Firtt catch your hare Wore vou cook it r Don Cameron Ailing February 227The Sunday CopJtoZsaysit is infonnedthat Senator DonCarneron is and has been in very poor health all this winter and that he ii contemplating a Southern trip to last until the warm weather returns to Washington Senator has apparently been in ex cellent condition during the present session and besides attending to his Senatorial duties with unusual regur larity devoted considerable attention to social matters A brother Senator who is on intimate terms with him tayshe ii sufferer from an organic disorderwhich gi yes him much annoyance at regular in tervals Viotime of i r at 10 oclock RmV the following to 1 Theiundlvlded ground on arid Eleventh Iri the city of thereon erectedthe1 JJH itvilj This a most valuableand wellpayliirpippertyi Terms made khownon days lalei For applyto M J t i x ELIZA Huntlhldonr1 Or B Huutlngdon Pa ii JjCL IN THE SPRING t should top dress i f from nervous debilityilrtck of aeltrconfidence impaired imemqry and kind red symptoms should send 10 cents in illustrated treixtise giving means of certain cure with numerous testimonialsAddreBs Pigpensury MedicallAssocia tion 663 Main street Buffalo N Y v Silver excellent quality ii exist near the iFalla FrenchCreek in Cheater county Pa The undersigned Commliwionen of Huntingdon County herebygivenotlceVotlfie taiabie1 ants nonJetldents owners of real and personal taxable for State and County1 purposes within the couhVyofHuntingdonVthat aii appeal for the benefit of all persons Interested Will be held for the several nud borougns within said coiiutyi between the jiourt oclock am and 4 oclock pm 1886 as j Alexandria Borough Marchi jri UJ Porter township AlexaildrlaMarch3 MorristownshlpWateritreet March i Morris township and pait of Krunklln Spruce Creek March 5 i township Fraiikllnvllle March Warrlorarnark townnhlp WtirrlorsmafkMai Birminghftm March 9 r Petersburg Borough and togan townihlp burg March 10 and 11 r t Barree townshlpSauliburg March iai Jackson township March 151J I Miller townsh IP Conprqpsfi MlllB UnionMarch17 School HoUM March 18 i j Lincoln township CoffeeiRun March 22 i Hopcwell township Cove Station March 2S Carbon township Coalmont DuJleyiand Broad Top Cltr Dudley March 24 j Todwwhshlp Chestnut Grove March 28 Canstownship Clay township SaHllloand Three SprlnflThree Sprinw March 27 V H Springfield township Meadow dap MarchWL t i Tell township Nowvlllo March 31 Cromwell April1 OrbWiilaliorough April Shlrleysburg BoroughaudShirley towuihlp Shlr leysburg April 6 r MountiUnion Borough and Mount Union District Mount Union AprU Junlata township Hawns School House April 8 Walker Penn townslilnGrafton April 10 i Huntingdon FirstH iffoU lowed by lkH of always Jf your dealerLhas none of our goods on hand send your order di rect to ship hient whehyou ijlie goods 1 For BAUGHS PHOSPHATE GUIDE and further inforrhatiqn call bh or i 30 South Delaware t 67 COMMISSIONERS SALAUIKS J MJohnston in full Ml M J FHoover IM 00 D A Clsney In full SOO 00 Coiiiniissloncrs1 714 82 Commissionersattorney 165 CO JmyCommissloiiersmid ulerk 183 M Janitor courthouse 00 Court Reporter WFvHcber Ml 80 Prothonotury office fees 880 70 l Sheriff McAlcvy boarding prison ers rtimnioningjurors foriSSS 27l 63 Maintenance of convicts in Wes tern 137 88 Penna StatoLunatlc Asylum at 801600 Sheriff McAlevy for conveying three persons to Xuimllc Hos pltftl M 83 HherhTMcAlevyfor destroying Paid borrowed money in 1885787468 Paid interest on borrowed 1 12S 42 Paid Interest on bridge bonds 302 50 Court 2MX 00 Interest on Court House 293000 Short 6SOOO Interest on short loans 10940 I14W1 Road damages 40 00 Jr Shock auditing Prothono nccot nts 1500 I DKunlOTlinnn indexing as ner6rdcrofthe court 276 00 Johns Dare for recording bonds IM JamesKclljvfor assorting and tiling old papers in baseincnl 7500 J P for certifying ro ports of County to Secretary of Internal Ami Irs etc M 00 Refunding orders 131 65 Telephone for use of Court 18 2fi Costs on appeals 21 School Tax on unseated land RoiidTax SM and Clifton for board ing jurors 108 SO Costs on Transcripts of delln quentcpllecton V 77 32 l BitraFlourVbbl Family weight ClomoniTi Fulte Rje1 Corn on cob vbuihol Shelled pa la Flaxseed 1 Bark per cord new 1 1400 VfiO w iao 45 M IM 100 800 v ib1 Flaoter Vtonf PRINTING J1 A HqwardE Bute S K Hugh Repairs wood lime etc at jail DrWm Jackson services to Jurors Biilldlng anil repairing bridges 2i Stationery blanks blank etc 20 5 20 13 90 33f 88 084 90 300 833M 55 COURT HOUSE EXPENSES uud Wool unwuhed Hay Hard coalV ton Brond Top coal do 1000 feet100095W08 I JJJQ IfttoM IWolO 1500 4 OOtoS 00 Folatoen per buihul Furtiituro WIlllamReed carpet Coal and wood for court Cleneral repairs and unppllef Freight on coal Hauling coal etc Portage express charges box rentctcv Filling water tank atconit house Gasbill for court houtt A W paid State W Swope1 for1 collection and quick Pr WARD Trim Addrww A Ob Louisiana Mo Huntingdon Second Court 18 tf 1 luntiinrtloii Fourth Ward Court House IB vt wanted for The1 History ofChrlii J tlaulty by Abbott A grand chance price of 1175 Liberal The rellglouipapfiri mention It M one of Refunded toH Richard IOD County collecting peract of Assembly County comtolsslon on J677D22r ut per cent By balance in handsof A at tlili stawnicnt 40 SR 00 16078 167752 25 W 9879 CO Wo the undprBlgned Auditor of Huntingdon county elected and sworn do certify that we have met did audit luljustand settle accordlnpto law tho accounts of A W siwoopc Troanirer otHuntingdon county and the orders of the Conmiiwslonert and colpta for thosamci for during tliu past year andllndabulttnce haiulu ol nliiothoiuand eight hundred and seventynine and j tfcorr J R IEKFAKD 8PECK B A L A N C E S due tlie county ntlasl noltlamenl with tlio Au ditors lor thu yeiu1 ending Jiinnurv fllj JSSO ami previous vuurs TOWNSHira AM P P 1H81 1881 Logan I HIM Barrce Lounn Tell Wiilker Alcxandiiii Jinrroe Dradv nTCHy Cuss Dublin Dudley Krntiklln Henderson Ilopewell Iluntg i w 1881 ISSt 1885 Huntg w Jiinlaiii Uncon lnpm Morris Orblsonln Ienn Jorlev Markiesburg iittlUllo Shcdo Gup ShirlcysbuiK Springlleld Toll Tod Walker West COLLCCTORI NAMES Win Stewarl lcwic Henry I ry Rudy Wutterst luden Norrls Peicr 18W Martin Wulkcr ISfiA Ino K Mclz IKWilC K Hoitptl KMjlC Slmllor Win A 1rlco 1881 IKM ISKi 1885 ItMi 18M 188T 18STi issr 1885 188B 1885 18Sri 1885 1880 1S85 ISffi 1885 1SS5 Win Drown J SUorgnnw Win Stone JnoO Murray JR 1jitton John llawn 112 Kctternwn John David Wilson Jacob Conrudt Moses II GNcfT A Heaver Illllli Flfilior 11 C 1 If Mghliier Snml Weight Snm1 Thou 8 Hall Jos Iscnbergt Henry fSlnce palO in full Since in pnrt 8 101 Off 5 S8 05 314 87 85 110 SO 2M 15 115 63 1 00 Oil DO 88 277 Ti6 105 10 00 141 rtl 00 81 1712 12 01 2A niu TO 00 21 GS 2 60 as aio 80 OS 05 118 M aco MOSS 31 COUNTY INDEBTEDXES Short 8 Sl 33 Btldef bonds gjoo yo Court Hoiiso IxJiKlH 63 000 00 AVAILABLE PUKDS 0879 CO 71 Bnlnncc In hnmls Of Treasurer Imnds of Justices Balance showing real Indebted ens 0520 OJ 101J 33 00 JO 33 SUKCHARGEb BILLS We Billcharge the prcwntbonrd of Commissioners wjth the luiionnt that or should Jiave been col cated from W J tor the ainonnt him by the settlement of Ilia account by the Audi Janufiry 1881 being 910D21 and bcltlcmcnt of Auditors January 1885 being 83876 toifil We BUrcliuKO the Commissioners with the amount collected or should haic bcetr collected torn the setllenieut of the of X Jsetilwrg Henry Davlsand S P Smith exCommissioners of Hun tingdon county per the settlement of their accounts made by the Auditors January 1885 being in amount J31078 Henry Davis nnd N Iponbcri apncalcd from the Auditors settlement of January Tie tod of our The findings of theAuditors with respect to the oltlm lreasurir and Commissioners which are containedin tlie above account and schedule to which they iimlco a part of their report JliHtthe moneys Hiithorlffid KJ he expended by the Commissioners wbre legally and Judiciously expended and therefore In refer ence to the method In which the books or the diller cut oftlccs nie kept wedesire to state that the sys tem pu sued by the WKl Treasurer with tho exception of the bond meet with our approval Our excentions to tills b ok arc that it is very irregular In order and mistake can easily be made and tlmt a much better system can be adopted Wo would suggest that the Commission CM procure a iiuwnnd more book tlmn the one How In use and cause to be transcribed an accurate account of the bondsthat arc now out standing T J CHILCOTT ATTK8T IT HCCHILCOTT Auditors BIT SAL1 Is rapidly reducing our n LARGE STOCK OF GOODS and the rush of customers still con tinues aud they are tiot which is an assurance that we mean just what we say that we are SELLING OUT to quit the DRY GOODS NOTION CARPET Ladies and Childrens Coats Men Boys Childrens cro Ul Notwithstanding bur Urge sales we still have an Immense slock of Goodi to select from in all the above depart Our ReadyMade Clothing is going off like hot cnkeg about Talk Percheron Ladies i Childrens Coats Wraps Circulars We have the Best Goods Latest Styles and at the reduced prices is it any wonder they are selling so fast Only left We do not advertise prices and only ask you to call and examine them aud if we suit you in Fit the Price will bo satisfac tory Now is the Grand Opportunity to SAVE MONEY Grain Seeds Beef Poiitry Fork Potatoes Cabbage Butter Eggi Ace taken in exchange for Goods at Ke duced Prices Dont delay but come right along and secure bargains nt the Mammoth Store of r y i French 11 tery In lions nnlbv able Ciiir i lllnstmto1 M Island Home Stoct rat tiroau hit Hick All stock from eL of film und iliuiiN of lltihcd Rls In the SI n il Hooks1 M e linpoiiid utiil en liiuiii IHcos Mill clieil Send for lirgc fnc by mull AddTHi Ilttril Midi OPERA HOUSE Huntingdon Pa ;