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THE HUNTINGDON GLOBE, A DEMOCRATIC FAMILY JOURNAL, DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS, &C.
Huntingdon,Wednesday, March 21, 1800
LOCAL & PERSONAL.
LOCALS IN BRIEF.—On Tuesday evening of
last week, our excellent friend, Dr. 11. K.
Neff, presented us with a bunch of prime
cigars. We consider ourself somewhat of a
judge of good cigars, and pronounce them a
fine article. Our thanks, Doctor.
Our young friend David McCabe has re
moved his jewelry store from Wallace's to
George Steel's old building on the corner of
St. Patrick's day in the morning passed off
quietly in this place.
Mr. John Swivel, of this place, started for
Fraser River on Monday morning last, in
search of "ye glittering gold." We wish
The daily prayer meetings continue to be
largely attended. The house is full every
evening. Quite an interest is manifested by
all the different denominations.
At the annual commencement of the Medical
department of the University of Pennsylvania
which took place in Philadelphia last week,
the degree of Doctor of Medicine was con
ferred upon our young friend Edmund Snare.
We predict for him a successful professional
We never knew of an election in this place
more spirited than the one held on Friday
last. There was no party contest on any one
of the candidates—it was every man for him
self and old scratch for the hindmost. David
Snare, Esq., for Justice of the Peace, was the
only candidate bitterly,,opposed by the P. 0.
clique, and if the gentleman they claimed as
their candidate in opposition of Mr. Snare
had not withdrawn from the contest, Mr.
Snare would have received a larger vote.—
Their popularity and influence in the commu
nity, especially when directed against a good
officer, is sufficient to defeat any man they
may claim as their candidate.
Justices' Fee Bills, printed and fur sale at
Lewis' Book Store.
Our merchants are now in the city making
their purchases for the Spring trade. The
arrival of new goods will be announced in
A fine assortment of Window Shades just
received at Lewis' Book Store:—Plain green
and buff, gold and oil figured. Also, fixtures,
tassels, tape and cord.
A friend of ours, who took the trouble to
count them, informs us that there is no less
than sixty marriageable ladies on Hill street
alone. If they will allow us to express an
opinion, we would say that some of them had
better soon be hunting up a " partner" as
age will tell, besides, young men are scarce
in this region. Now is you chance. This is
leap year, and if you do not get married,
you can blame no one but yourselves.
On Saturday last, we noticed a walking
party of our young folks making for the coun
try. They looked " pooty," and reminded us
very forcibly of summer, beautiful summer,
when all around is sunshine and gladness.
Our fellow townsman, E. C. Summers, has
invented a new car braker. It is an inge
niously contrived concern, and is pronounced
by experienced railroad men, to be superior
to anything yet invented for that purpose.—
Mr. S. informs us that he is now procuring a
patent for it.
TEE ELECTION.—The following is the re
sult of the election in this place on Friday
Democrats in italic—Opposition in Roman
—those elected marked with a
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
A. S. Harrison
George F. McCabe
J. Ashman Mille)
JUDGE OF ELECTION
John Bla eh
William I. Steel
J. l3rison ZVilliamsun
E. C. Summers
U. G. Fisher
Peter C. Swoope*
William F. Shaw
GRAFTING WAX.—This being the season
for grafting, we ptiblish for the benefit of
fruit-growers the old receipt for making graft
ing wax, at the same time adding a new re
ceipt recommended by a prominent agricul
tural journal. The old standard grafting wax
is made as follows :—" Three parts rosin,
three parts beeswax, and two parts beef tal_
low. These are all melted together, and the
mixture is usually applied with a painter's
small brush or a wooden blade. It is fre
quently worked up like shoemaker's wax by
being softened with a little warm water, and
applied with the hand. Some also dip strips
of cotton cloth, an inch or an inch and a half
wide, into the hot wax, stripping it through
between two pieces of wood and applying
around the graft." We prefer the first-named
The new grafting was referred to, is made
and applied as follows ;—" Melt two ounces
of rosin slowly so as not to make it throw off its
spirits of turpentine. When it becomes per
fectly clear, add a little less than an ounce of
alcohol, mix well, and at once cork tight in a
bottle. Add alcohol afterwards to make it a
medium liquid, and apply with a small brush
or wooden blade. Like the foregoing, it is
said to form an air-tight covering, which is
the object aimed at by all applications in
grafting." The perfect covering for grafts is
that which will always adhere to the stock,
anh will not crack in cold, high winds of
spring, or run in the hot suns of summer.
Ou Monday evening last a German
entered the house of J. P. Anderson, and en
quired for the mistress, for the purpose of ask
ing charity, we presume, but not being un
derstood, he left the house, and in so doing,
pilfered the hats and caps from the rack ,
and left his own in stead. At a later hour, by
means of a screw driver, he took the lock off
the bar-room door of the "Huntingdon House,"
but did not gain admittance, as the door was
barred inside. Such rascality scarcely needs
comment. The country is full of these law
less, thieving scroundrels, and instead of re
ceiving the charity sought, they should be
kicked into the street.
WHAT ISA REMITTANCE ?-A suit involving
the question whether money sent in a regis
tered letter is a remittance, was decided in
New York a few days since. Edward Mor
rison sued the Farmer's Bank of North Car
olina for $250, the product of a draft collec
ted, and which was sent to hini in a regis
tered letter, but not received. The court held
that as the defendent was not authorized to
remit money instead of drafts, as is the usual
custom, the money mailed to the address of
the plaintiff could not be considered a pay
ment, and the defendant was therefore liable
in the action. The Jury found a verdict fur
the plaintiff accordingly.
I.IOOFLANIPS GERMAN BITTERS.
THEY ARE ENTIRELY VEGETABLE,
!id frec from Alcoholic Stimulant, nail all injurious in
grtylieniB ; are pleasant in taste and smell, mild iu their
operation. will expel all morbid secretions from the body.
give bloom to the pallid cheek, and health and vigor
They will cure DYSPEPSIA.
Tiny will cure NERVOUS DEBILITY.
They will cure LIVER. COMPLAINT.
They will cure JAUNDICE.
They will cure DISEASE OF THE KIDNEYS.
They wal cure CONSTIPATION.
They will cute PILES.
They will cure HEARTBURN.
They will cure SWIMMING OF THE HEAD.
They will cure FLUTTERING OF THE HEART.
They are prepared by Dr. C. M. JACKSON, 41S Arch
street, Philadelphia, Pa., and sold by druggists and store
keepers in every tom n and village in the United States,
Canadas, West Indies, and South America, at 75 cents per
REASON AND COBIDION SENSE.
Our readers may remember we have on several occa
sions spokmi in very eulogistic terms of a preparation
which Dr. Smm S. DANCE. of 10S Baltimore street, Balti
more. dd.. ha , : discovered Sr the cure of Epileptic Fits.
Now. in doing, so, we have been actuated by thever.) best
motives, viz: the alleviation of human suffering. From
circumstances w hick have lately coins to our knowledge,
we fear t here is a certain class of persons who are not dis
posed to try this remedy in a common sense Manner. Ire
allude to the fact of selecting a particular case in a town
where perhaps there are six or eight cases, and trying it
on one case. Now. perhaps the case selected might be the
only one of the whole number that it would not cure.—
This is neither doing themselves nor the medicine justice.
if a dozen persons were stricken down with cholera in
one town er neighborhood. would they all send for a phy
sician. or would only one employ him, mid wait and see if
he cured the first patient? That plan of procedure would
be itio , ;t, absurd, So in the case of Dr. Ifance's remedy,
every one, who has Fits should try it for a reasonable
length of tills% It Will not cure in a day or a week. noth
ing worth doing can be accomplished at once. What is
easily done, is as easily 'undone. The growth of time is
enduring. From the most respectable testimony we have
exantin: 1, We fuel assured that by a proper perseverance
in this remedy. nine cases of Epilepsy out of ten may be
cured. The fills are sent by mail free of postage to any
pail of the world. Price one box $3; two $3: twelve
si4. You will find the address above.
PULL 11.131i1LPII. IA MARIE TS.
Monday. March 10.—Thor: is little demand for flour,
1,210 blifs superlitn• sold at ;:,-`5 81;4 and 500 extra at 6 2‘i
per bbl. Some holders refuse our lowest figures for stand
ard bramls, but there is little inquiry for export. and the
retailers and bakers ore buying to a moderato extent
only, at from the above rates up to 6 50 07 25 for super
fine, extras and fancy brands as in quality. Bye flour is
soiree at d Jinn, at 437 per bid. Corn Meal is also very
scarce and reillla is held at 3 63 1 /, 100 bbls of a better
brand suit at 3 70 per bbl.
Wheat.—There is a little doing—the receipts are light
and buyers are holding off, and a few small sales are re
ported at 1410140 c Sr reds and 1.00(i . :063c for 1,000 bus.
rearm sold at 93e. Corn is in better demand and 5,000
bus yellow sc)id 04c. afloat. including damaged at 01®70c,
as to conditim. and white at 70c. Oats ale steady ; with
sales of 2.000 bus Penna at 40e.
Seeils.—Thcre is not lunch doing, and a few small lots
of Clove: seed sold at 6:23.4 for common to prime
()TICE hereby given that the fol-
lowing named persons have filed their petitions
with the Cleric ot. the Court of Quarter Sessions, praying
the said Court to grant them license to keep inns or tav
erns in their respective boroughs. townships and villages
in the county of I luntingdon, and that said petitions ill
be presented to the said Court on Wednesday, the IStb
day of April next. for consideration &c.. when and where
all persons interested can attend if they think proper,
A.J. Cisney, Nossville, Tell township.
Thomas Newell, Petersburg borough.
Henry 11c1frite, Petersburg borough.
Abram Lewis, Mt. Union, Shirley township.
Joseph Morrison, Broad Top City, Carbon township.
Dennis McHugh, Coalmont, Carbon township.
Michael McCabe, Coalmont, Carbon township.
Joseph S. Reed, Coalmont Carbon township.
James Dunn. Barnett, Carbon township.
Martha McMurtrie, Green Tree, West township.
Samuel Troutwine, Fairfield, West township.
John Dell. McConnellatown. Walker township.
John McKelvey, Orbisonia borough.
James Baker, Orbisonia borough.
John Jamison, Shade Gap, Dublin township.
Adam Holliday, Shade Gap, Dublin township.
James Flemming. Saulsburg. Barree township.
James Carmont, Manner Hill, Barreo township.
George Lytle, MeAlvey's Fort, Jackson township.
Samuel Stelfey, Jackson township.
Samuel G. Simpson. West Mill Creek, Brady township.
John G. Stewart, Mill Creek, Brady township.
Henry Chamberlain, Waterstreet, Morris township.
James Chamberlain, Warriorsmark, Warriorsmark tp.
William D. Robison, Alexandria Borough.
Philip Crouse, Cassville Borough.
Thomas IMcGarvey, Shirleysburg Borough.
John Dean, Mapleton, Union township.
Jane E. Hay, Barree Station, Porter township.
T. K. Simonton, Huntingdon.
Christian Cents, do.
:John S. Miller, do.
Henry Leister, do.
Patrick 'McAteer, do.
Valentine Crouse, do.
Henry Stotts, Illarcklesburg. Penn township.
Mrs. Eliza nankin, Warm Springs. Oneida township.
D. CALDWELL, Clerk.
March 21, 1660-3 t.
10 , 3
TRIAL LIST FOR APRIL TERM,
John H. Stonebraker. vs Stewart Sr, McClelland.
N. Kelly's Exre. vs Daniel J. Logan.
Elizabeth Keith vs Asaph Price, et al.
D. Logan vs Brice X. Blair.
James Wall vs Jona. Wall.
John Hutchison vs Michael Funk, et al.
Miller Wallace vs Mary McCauley, et al.
Morrison's Cove T'np'k co. vs Hacker & Co.
Lyon, Shorb & Co. vs Thomas & Huston Ewing
Win. H. Briggs vs Washington 'Vaughn.
C. 11. Schriner vs A. Lewis.
H. &B.T. M. It. R. &C. Co. vs Jacob Cresswell.
A. A. Jacobs vs James Bricker.
Millikin, for use vs John McComb.
A. S. Harrison, for use vs Mary Ann Shearer.
John A. Wright & Co. vs Samuel Shadlo.
James Wall vs Joseph & Isaac Wall.
James Bricker vs David Whitsell.
Hartman Bro. & Co. vs J. H. Dell & Co.
John Watson vs G. W. Patterson.
County of Huntingdon rs .7as. Saxton, Committee, S:c
Huntingdon, March 21, 1860.
In this place, on the nth inst., by Rev. M. Crownover,
Mr. JonN Murat to Miss MAr.rnA KING, both of Hunting
On the 15th inst., at the residence of David Corbin, by
the sonic. Mr. minor lino.k.Ds to Miss Mumma: Corm's, both
of this county.
In Walker twnship, on the oth of March, of scarlet
fever, ELLIE M., aged ii years and 20 days—and on the Nth
March, Minty S., aged 2 years 2 months and 20 days—
children of Wm. S. and Mary Lincoln.
- DROOLAMATION.--WEIEREAS, by
a precept to me directed, dated at Huntingdon, the
21st day of January, A. D. ISGO, under the hands and seals
of the lion. George Taylor, President of the Court of
Common Pleas, Oyer and Terminer, and general jail deliv
ery of the 24th Judicial District of Pennsylvania, compo
sed of Huntingdon, Blair and Cambria counties; and the
Hons. Benjamin F. Patton and John Brewster, his associ
ates, Judges of the county of Huntingdon, justices as
signed, appointed to hear, try and determine all and every
indictments made or taken for or concerning all crimes,
which by the laws of the State are made capital, or felon
ies of death, and other offences, crimes and misdemeanors,
which have been or shall hereafter be committed or perpe
trated, for crimes aforesaid—l am commanded to make
public proclamation throughout my whole bailiwick, that
a Court of Oyer and Terminer, of Common Pleas and
Quarter Sessions, will be held at the Court House in the
borough of Huntingdon, on the second Monday (and 9th
day) of April next, and those who will prosecute the
said prisoners, be then and there to prosecute them as it
shall be just. and that all Justices of the Peace, Coroner
and Constables within said county, he then and there in
their proper persons, at 10 o'clock, a. m. of said day, with
their records, inquisitions, examinations and remembran
ces, to do those timings which to their offices respectively
Dated at Huntingdon, the 14th of March, in the year of
our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty,
and the 83d year of American Independence.
JOHN C. WATSON, Sherij:
EIJAW CLAM — AtiOi\r---WHEREA S, by
a precept to me directed by the Judges of the Com
mon Pleas of the county of Huntingdon, bearinm test the
21st day of January, 18GO, I am commanded 'to make
Public Proclamation throughout my whole bailiwick, that
a Court of Common Pleas will be held at the Court House
in the borough of Huntingdon, on the 3rd Monday (and
16th day) of April, A. D., 1860, for the trial of all is
sues in said Court which remain undetermined before
the said Judges, when and u hero all jurors, witnesses, and
suitors, in the trials of all issues are required.
Dated at Huntingdon the 14th of March in the year of
our - Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty,
and the 83d year of American Independence.
JOIlls; C. "WATSON, Siter(F.
Huntingdon, Mar. 21, 1860. 1-
SALES.—By virtue of
kJ sundry writs of Vend. Exp. Fi. Fa. and Lev. Fa. to
me directed, I will expose to public sale or outcry, at the
Court House, in the borough of Huntingdon, ON MON
DAY. THE 9Tu DAY OF APRIL, MO, at '2 o'clock, P. M.,
the following described Real Estate, to wit :
All the right, title and interest in and
to one hundred and four acres of land in Clay town
ship, bo the same more or less, forty of which is cleared
and has thereon a two and a half story house, twenty
eight feet by thirty feet, and cabin barn and other out
buildings, and bounded by lands of David Iligher on the
east. Joseph Shore on the south, Jacob Wolf on the west,
and Wm. Keith on the north. Seized and taken in exe
cution, and to be sold as the property of William Itichart.
Also—All that tract of land situate in
Hopewell township, adjoining lands of Peter Trees, John
B. Weaver and others, containing one hundred acres, and
having thereon erected a log house and bank barn. Seized
and taken in execution, and to be sold as the property of
John A. Weaver.
ALso-180 acres of land, more or less, sit
uate in Hopewell township, adjoining lands of Jacob Rus
sel on the west, Wm. Weaver on the north, Jno. T. Shir
ley or others on the east, and Jacob Russel on the south,
about 100 acres of which is cleared, having thereon erec
ted a two story log house, 30 by 32 feet, a frame overshot
barn, 30 by 63 feet, and other outbuildings.
Also-60 acres, more or less. situate in Hopewell town
ship, adjoining lands of John Beaver and otners, about 20
acres of which is cleared, having thereon erected a two
story log house, 25 by 30 feet.
Also-100 acres, more or less, situate in Hopewell town
ship. adjoining lands of Leonard Weaver on the north,
Jacob Russel on the west, Rough & Ready Furnace lands
on the south and cast, about 60 acres of which is cleared,
Lacing thereon erected a two story log house, plastered
outside. 18 by 24 feet, a log barn, 28 by 3S feet, and other
outbuildings. Seized and taken in execution, and to be
sold as the property of John Green, William Stone, Ar
nold Russel and John Russel.
Also—All defendant's right, title and in
terest in and to two lots in the village of Scottsville, Nos.
2S and 39. No. 2S has thereon a two story frame house
and other outbuildings , and used as a storeroom, and now
in the occupancy of Benedict Stevens; and No. 39 has a
two story frame dwelling house, linty by twenty-two feet,
more or less, and fronts on Hudson and Ashman street,
and has other outbuildings thereon. Seized and taken in
execution, and to be sold as the property of James E. Glas
ALso—All the defendant's right, title and
interest in and to about sixty acres of land in Oneida
township, be the same snore or less, about forty acres of
which arc cleared, and has thereon a two story log house
and a double log barn, and other outbuildings, and boun
ded by lands of Charles Green on the south, and Elisha
Greens heirs on the west and north, and George Green
and others. Seized and taken in execution, and to be sold
as the property of William R. Smith.
ALso—All the defendant's right, title and
interest in and to the following, viz: A tract of land sit
uate in Juniata township. Huntingdon county, containing
one hundred and fifty acres, with the allowance, adjoining
lands of Martin Speck, Jacob Hefner and others. about'
ninety acres of which are cleared, having thereon erected
a two story double log house, weather boarded and plas
tered, a double log barn. a stable and other out buildings.
Also—About twenty-five acres of land adjoining the
above, and now being part and parcel of the same, sold to
the aell,udant, by Jno. B. Given and wife. Seized and ta
ken in execution, and to be sold as the property of Stew
ALSO—AII the right, title and interest of
the defendant, of in and to a tract of land in Brady town
ship. adjoining lands of Elizabeth Plowman, Thomas
Fisher, Elliot Robley and others, known as the Bridgeport
property, containing ninety-three acres, more or less, and
having thereon erected a *tone house,
warehouse, and a
large two story weather boarded frame house. Seized and
taken in execution, and to be sold as the property of Ja
ALso—All that piece of land situate in
Barre° township adjoining land of James Stewart, John
Hoist, Peter Levingston and Charles Duff, containing
fifty acres, more ur less, and having thereon erected a
frame house and barn. Seized and taken in execution,
and to be sidd as the property of tleorge Jones.
Also—All those several tracts of land sit
uate in the townships of Clay and Tod, to wit: Beginning
at a post corner of John Hooker, now David Price; thence
by land of John and David Stumbaugh, S. 27 1 ,4' W. OS
perches to a post; thence 519 X W. 253 perches by Lind of
William Ewing, now E. D. Anderson, to a post; thence
519 0 W. 267-5 perches by James Johnston, now John T.
Shirley & Co. to stones; thence S. 73° E. 17-5 perches to
stones; thence 5.23 perches W. 268 perches by land of
John Deight to a post; thence south eleven and a half de
grees west SO perches by laud of John McLain, to a white
pine; thence by the same S. 30 1 / S W. 172 perches to a white
oak; thence by the same S. 35 - W. 125 perches to a post;
thence by land of Dr. More, in right of John Howard,
south eighteen degrees W. 100 perches to a stone; thence
by same S. 34° W. 25 perches to stones ; thence S. 24 0 E.
23 perches to stones; thence by W. Pearsire, now W. W.
Edwards, 5-SS° E. 262 perches to a dead pine ; thence by
land of Adam Black, John Shore and Andrew Hoff. N. 1 30
E. 4:37 perches to a white oak stump ; thence N. 32° E. 80
perches to a white oak ; thence by laud cleared by Andrew
Shore, being part of a survey in the name of Abraham
Green, and the whole owned and claimed by John Savage,
N. 20 3 4 0 E. 167 perches to a chestnut oak; thence by the
same N. 12 0 E. 73 perches to a chestnut oak ; thence N.
28° E. 82 perches to a post ; thence 70° W. 59 perches to a
post; thence by land claimed by William Stapleton, being
Part of Thomas Green and Isaac Green's surveys, and
owned by said John Savage, north twenty-two degrees
east one hundred and fifty-two perches to a hickory;
thence south 70° E. 38 perches to a post: thence 20 %° L.
00 perches to a white oak ; thence by land of Jacob Kituff
mall, north one degree east 264 perches to post; thence
John Hooker, now David Price, N. 52° W. 151-8 perches
to a post, the place of beginning, containing sixteen hun
dred and fifty-two acres and six perches and allowances,
being several tracts of land surveyed on warrants in the
names of Abraham Green and Thomas Green, Sr. ' and
patented to john Savage on the 26th, 27th, 28th and 30th
days of July, and 3d day of August, A. D. 1855.
Also—The following described tracts of land situate in
the townships of Cass and Tod, beginning at a post corner
of Joshua Greenland, Esq., thence by a survey in the name
of NaomMight, south 83° E. 151 to stones op line of
Daniel Turners: thence by same S. 15° W. 200 perches to
a post; thence by same S. 86° E. 22 perches to a post;
thence by land of Jacob Taylor's heirs S. IS° W. 256
perches to post; thence S. 64° 4 perches to stones;
thence by the land of Andrew Park, S. 29° W. 171 perches
to a hickory; thence by land surveyed in the name of
William Hooper, now Peter Kurfman, N. 33° W. 197 per
ches to a chestnut oak on the north-west side of sidling
Hill : thence by land of Kurfman ' and other lands of John
Swoop° and Robert Speer's heirs,N. 21%° E. 542 perches
to a pine stump. and thence by lands surveyed on a war
rant in the name of Dorsey Bell, north thirty-four de•
grecs W. 50 perches to the place of beginning, containing
five hundred and eighty nine acres, forty seven perches
and allowances of six per cent &c., being surveyed on war
rants in the names of John and Edward Nash and paten
ted to John Savage on the 26th and 30th days of July, A.
Also—A tract of land situate in the townships of Tod
and Clay, beginning at a pine stump, corner of Jacob
Long and Peter Kurfman's lands, thence by the lands of
Long S. 41° W. 59 perches to stones; thence south two
degrees west 91 perches to a pine stump; thence by land
of Chilcote, S. 12° W. 112 perches to a fallen white oak;
thence 54 1 ,;',° W. 2714 perches to a poplar: thence by lands
of John Chilcote, Jesse Smith, John and David Stumbangh
B. 12° W. 400 perches to a post ; thence by other lands of
John Savage, S. 53 1 /,'° 95-7 perches to a locust near
stones; thence by Isaac Morelands lands. N. 253,4 0 E. 293
porches to a post; thence by lands of Robert Gill, N. 14 0
E. 251 perches to a post; thence by land of George and
David hong. N. 22 0 E. 91 perches to a post: thence by
James Rankin, now Peter Ilurfman, N. 4d° W. 16 per
ches to the place of beginning, containing five hundred
and seventeen acres and one hundred and :-.eventeen per
ches and allowances. being lands snrveyed on warrants
in the name of Joshua Cole, tachariah Cheney, and pat
ented on the 26th and 28th days of July, 195, to the said
Joint Savage, as by reference to all the several patents
more fully appears, together with all and singular the
buildings, ways, water and water courses, rights, liberties,
privileges, improvements, hereditaments and appurtenan
ces whatsoever thereunto belonging, or in any wise ap
pnrtainiug. and the divisions and remainders, rents, is
sues and profits thereof.
Also—All tic right, title and interest of defendant of
in and to the following lots in the town of Mount Union,
in the county of Huntingdon, purchased by him at trus
tee's sale, of Wm D. Leas, Esq., on the 202 day of June,
1552, to wit, in the recorded plan of said town, lots No. 3,
5, 11, 12, 15. 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 24, the same being
uated in said town, as set forth and describeed in the deed
of Wm. 11. Leas, trustee aforesaid, and each one contain
ing in length and breadth the several certain quantities
of land as mentioned and set forth in said deed of Wm.
B. Leas to James J. Mcllheny, duly recorded in the Re
corder's office at Huntingdon in Book J, Nv. 2, pages 541
and 2, &c., to which reference may be had for a more full
Also—All the interest of defendant, James J. Mcllheny,
of, in and to a tract of land being the ono undivided third
part or interest in the same, situate in Tod township,
Huntingdon county, adjoining lands in the name of An
thony Cook. land claimed by Wm. Houck, and land claim
ed by M. J. Martin, land of N. G. Horton, containing in
the whole, 408 acres and 40 perches and allowance, more
or less, being a tract of land surveyed in pursuance of a
warrant granted to John Dougherty and George IV. Speer
on the 24th of duly, IS4S, and afterwards patented.—
Seized and taken in execution, and to be sold as the prop
erty of James J. Mcllliony.
JOHN C. WATSON", Sheriff.
Huntingdon, Mar. 21, 1860.
All persons indebted to the estate of ARTLITJR
ADAMSON, deceased, late of Brady township, Minting
don county, are requested to make immediate payment,
and all those having claims against the said deceased. are
requested to present them properly authenticated for set
tlement to the subscriber,
Administratrix of said deed, in Brady tp.
March 14. '1860.*
MERCHANTS AND DEALERS
Are invited to call and examine the large9t assortment
of WELL MADE TIN WARE to be found in the Stat,.,
which we are prepared to cell at Lowr.n Pnices than infe
rior goods are generally sold for.
Sign of the Large Cqice Pet,
7:23 Market street, PIIILIDELPIIIA.
_March 11, ISGO-3m.
.REGisTER , S NOTlCE.—Notice is
hereby given, to all persons interested, that the fol
lowing named persons have settled their accounts in the
Register's Office at auntingdon, and that the said accounts
will be presented for confirmation and allowance at an
Orphans' Court, to be held at Huntingdon, in and for the
county of Huntingdon, on Wednesday, the 11th day of
April next, (1850.) to wit :
1. The general and separate guardianship accounts of
Hon. James G win. guardian of Ellen I'. and Mary M.
Dorsey, minor children of Greenberry Dorsey, late of the
borough of Huntingdon. dec'd.
3. Final accounts of John Rung. guardian of Mary It.
Lightner and Sophia Lightner, minor children of Henry
Lightner. late of West township, deed.
3. Accounts of James Steel and James 'Entrain, ad
ministrators of William Steel, Req., late of the bm ough
of Huntingdon, deed.
4. Account of Brice Blair, trustee to make sale of the
real estate of Geo. Wilson, the elder, late of Dublin town
5. Account of James Cree and B. F. Neely, executors
of the last n ill and testament of Thos. W. Neely, late of
Dublin township, deed.
G. Account of Nicholas C. Decker, executor of the last
will, of Paul Orlady, late of Brady township. dec'd.
7. Account of Thomas McLain, guardian of Mary Jane
Morrow, a minor child of Robert Morrow, late of Warri
orsmark township, dee'd.
S. Account of Elijah Chilcote. surviving administra
tor of Mordecai Chilcote. late of Tod township, dec'd.
9. Trust Account of John Norris and D. 11. Campbell,
Trustees appointed to sell the real estate of Joseph Norris,
10. Administration Account of John Norris and David
Campbell, administrators, with the will annexed, of
Joseph Norris, dec'd.
11. Administration Account of John Norris and D. IL
Campbell, administrators of Elizabeth Norris, decd.
12. Trust Account of David Rupert, Trustee appointed
by the Orphans' Court, to sell the real estate of Joseph
Dorland, late of Henderson township, deed.
13. Account of James Steel. Executor of the last
Will, &c., of Christian reightal, late of the borough of
Huntingdon, dcc - d.
11. Account of John Cook. Administrator of Janice G.
Madden, late of Springfield township, deed.
15. Account of James Muiphy, Administrator of-Samuel
10. Administration Account of Peter Livingston, Ex
ecutor of the last Will, &c., of Sarah Livingston, late of
B:u•acc township. decd.
17. The Guardianship Account of Abraham Cresswell,
guardian of William W. Borst, a sou of Jacob Burst, late
of West township, decd
lIENRY GLAZIER, Register
ihnitingdon. Mateit 14.1860.
g M. IRVINE, PHYSICIAN AND
e 0 SURGEON. Office and residence opposite Wm.
Moore, & Sons Store, in Alexandria, Huntingdon county.
Pa. [March 7, IS6O-3m.]
DIE! LIME!! LIME!!!
Respectfully informs builders. farmers and others, that
be will have constantly on hand at his kiln at McConnelltown, fresh burnt Lime, which he will furnish in any
quantity on order, cheap for cash. Lime can also be had
from Thos. 0. Strickler, in Huntingdon, in small quantities.
McCmlnellstown. March 7, 1860-:_:m.*
To the. Creditors of the Ilantingdon, Cambria and
Indiana Turnpi 7 :e Road Conzpany.
The Court of Iluntingdoll C 011111. 3 -, at January term I SGO,
directed to be paid to Creditors, one antra half per cent.
on their claims, on which former dividends have been de
clared, which I \Nil I pay on the presentation of their cer
tificates of deposit, by themselves or their agents.
JOIIN S. ISETT, Sequestrator.
Spruce Creek, March 7, 1560.-3t. 1
Standard, Hollidaysburg, Democrat ct nd,
Ebensburg, and Record, Blairsville, insert the above ad
vertisement three times and charge this °thee.
SHIPPING FURS !
The highest Cash prices paid for
MUSKRATS, ae., &c.,
415 & 417 Arch Street, Philadelphia.
March 7, IS6O-2m.
AL EXA.NDRIA FOUNDRY.-
ROGER C. McGILL, manufacturer of all kinds of
castings, forge and rolling mill, grist and saw mill, thrash
ing machine, sled and sleigh soles, wagon boxes, stoves of
various kinds, kettles, plough shears suit all kinds of
ploughs; also, car wheels and railroad work, and has
new and improved plough that rendbrs satisfaction to all
farmers that have used them. I will keep all kinds of
plough shears and ploughs at Messrs. Fisher R McMur
trie's, Huntingdon, and at Mr. George Eby's, Mill Creek,
and will fill all orders promptly. The farmers will save
money by getting slicers and ploughs of McGILL, at the
foundry head-quarters, the place to buy cheap. All kinds
of produce, old metal and lumber, taken in exchange.—
Bring the pay and save ten per cent.
IL C. McGILL.
Alexandria, March 7, ISilo7ly.
SONGS AND BALLADS, &0.,
The Gentle Annie Melodist,
The Dime Melodist,
The Dime Song Book, No.l,
The Dime Song Book, Ko. 2,
The Dime Song Book, No. 3,
The Dime Song Book, .21ro. 4,
The Dime Dialogues,
The Dime Speaker,
The Dime Cook Book,
The Dime Recipe Book
For sale at LERTS' BOOR, ST.kTIGNERT AND Music STORE
A All persons knowing themselves indebted, e
by note or book account, WILL SAVE r•Zrf end
intmediatcly and settling up.
SPRING STOCK NOW OPEN.-
Full Stock of SILKS,
Full Stock cif SHAWLS,
Full Stock of DRESS GOODS,
Full Stock qf LINEN GOODS,
Full Stocky' COTTON GOODS,
Fall Stock of BLACK GOODS,
Full Stock of IaTITE GOODS,
Full Stock of LACE GOODS,
New Materials for DUSTERS,
11,evelties in, FRENCH G 0 ODDS, &c. cf-c.
EYRE & LANDELL,
Fourth & Arch Ste., Philadelphia.
N. B.—Storekeepers may at all times find Cued Bar
gains, daily from New York and Philadelphia Auctions.
P. S.—BLACK SILKS, at nett prices, decidedly cheap.
Feb. 29, Pi eo—:3m.
DR. JOHN LOCKE having opened an ofF2e in Hun
tingdon for the purpose of practicing in the line of his
profession, where ho may be found the first Monday of
March. (sth day,) to spend the week.
Dr. LOCKE would say to those in need of the services
of a dentist that he has spared no time or expense in ac
quiring a thorough knowledge of his profession in all its
various branches; add to this the fact that he has had
fifteen years experience in actual practice, and can safely
assert that he is prepared to give the best advice mid ren
der the most satisfactory service that can be expected of
Proper advice, with a little attention to the natural
teeth, «•ill often save the patient much suffering and ex
Dr. L. would say to those who have been unfortunate in
their selection of a dentist, and consequently find their
mouths in an unhealthy condition, or filled with artificial
teeth badly adapted, that they should lose no time in cal
ling on a dentist qualified to remedy the evil.
To those who have not their work done yet, lie would
say be careful in your selection of a Dentist, and save
yourselves the pain and expense of the experiments of
those not qualified to practice.
Dr. L. has the honor of referring to the following from the
faculty, and would respectfully refer to all persons for
whom he has operated:
This is to certify that JOHN LOCKE is a regular graduate
of the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery; that after at
tending two full courses of lectures in said Institution. he
was unanimously voted, aftera trial examination, worthy
of the highest honor of the College by the faculty.
In addition to this testimony of qualifications in his
profession, it gives us pleasure to state his habits of study,
attention and punctuality, and therefore cordially com
mend Dr. LOCKE as a safe, skillful and faithful practitioner
to all those. who may entrust him with the management
of their teeth.
W. R. HANDY, M. D.,
Professor in Baltimore College of Dental Surgery
C. 11. LIARaIS, M. D. D. D. S.,
Professor in Baltimore College, Author of Principles
and Practice of Dental Surgery, Dictionary of Dental Sci
P. S.—Charges moderate.
Office one door east of the Back—tip stairs.
Huntingdon, Feb. 20, ISW.
N )TlC (E ll st . ate of P7icholas Pcifita7, &ceased.)
Letters of Administration, on the Estate of NICHOLAS
PEIGLITAL, late of Oneida tp.. Huntingdon co.. deed.,
having been granted to the undersigned. she hereby noti
fies all persons indebted to said Estate, to make immediate
payment, and those having claims against the same, to
present them ; dnly authenticated. for settlement.
Feb. 20, 15130. Admit, idratri.r.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Nos. 103, 105 and 107 North Second Street,
We are now receiving our SPRING STOCK, uliich will
comprise a large and desirable assortment of all hinds of
STRA ..YD LACE GOODS.
Our stock of FLOWERS and RUCHES will be unusual
ly large this season, and we would invite your special at
tention to that department. Please call and examine
them before making your purchases.
Nos. 103, 103 & 107 North Second St.
Feb. 29, ISGO.—lin
The undersigned Auditor, appointed by the Or
phans' Court of ifuntim.!, - 41on county, to distribute thebal
ance in the hands of the Administrator of :James Gardner,
late of Franklin township. dec'd.. gives notice that he will
meet fur that purpose, at the office of Scott & Brown, in
said borough, on Tuesday the 20 th day of March next,
when and where all persons interested will present their
claims, or be debarred from coining in on said fund.
T114.)4. P. CAMPBELL.
Feb. 22, 7 1500-4 t
Take notice that the note given by me on the 31st
day of January. 1560. in favor of Jacob Miller of Hender
son township. for twenty-five dollars, will not be paid un
less compelled by law, as I have not received value for the
same. NICHOLAS SHANK.
Feb. 15, 1550.
VTATCHES, JEWELRY AND SlL
v.' TER-WAR E.
We would respectfully inform our friends, pa-
trona and the public generally, that we have now
in Store and offer Wholesale 1, Retail. at the low- ":4-
cot Cash Prices, a large and very choice stcck of v.:t,
ralches, Jewelry, Silver and Plated Witre, of every variety
Every description of Diamond Illn* and other Jewelry
made to order, at short notice. .CZ- :111 goods warranted
to be as represented.
N. IL—Particular attention given to the Repairing of
Watches and Jewelry, of every description.
STAUFFER & ITATILEY,
No. 022 3Lvascr streiot, South Side, PIIILLD'A.
Feb. 8,1860-3 m.
STORE ROOM TO RENT AND FIX
TURES FOR SALE.—The undersigned offers fir
rent his Store Room in Market Square—it having Gas and
other conveniences connected.
He offers for sale his entire Stock and Fixtures at re
Any person desiring a good situation for business, can
have au opportunity of getting one by calling on the sub
scriber on the premises. _
T. P. LOVE.
Huntingdon, Feb. S, 18G0.
TAYLOR & CREMER,
Sell Fruit and Ornamental Trees, rlne.q. a7c., of better
growth, larger size, and at lower pi ices, than any of the
Northern or Eastern Nurseries, and warrant them true to
Standard Apple trees at cts. each—slG per 100.
Peach trees at 15 to 20 cts. each—sl2,so to $l5 per 100.
Standard Pear trees at 50 to 75 etc. each.
Dwarf Pear trees 50 cts. to $1 each—sBo to $OO per 100.
Dwarf Apple trees 50 to 75 etc. each.
Standard Cherry trees 3734 to 75 etc. each.
Dwarf Cherry trees 50 to 7 - 5 cts.
Plum trees 50 cte.
Apricot 40 to 50 etc.
Nectarine 25 etc.
Grape Vines 25 etc. to $l.OO.
Silver Maple trees 644 to $l,OO each.
European Ash 75 etc. to $l.OO.
European Larch 75 etc. to $1,50.
Norway Spruce 50 cts. to $l,OO.
American Balsam Pine 75 etc. to $1,50.
American and Chinese Arbor Vitro 50 cts., to $1,50.
Strawberry Plants $l,OO per 100, &c., &c.
Huntingdon. Jan. 25, IS6O-om.
GOLD WATCHES !
The undersigned gives notice that he has two su
perior Gold Watches. which he will offer at private sale.
They aro both New Hunting Case Johnston Watches.
Also, a new Silver Lever Watch.
HORATIO G. FISHER.
Einntingdon, Jan. IR, ISOO.*
JOHN SCOTT. EAMHEL T. mows. .T. 11. 0. CORBIN.
- IF kW PARTNERSHIP.-
.T. Comm:: has, from this date, become a mem
ber of the.firm of
SCOTT & BROWN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
in which name the business will still be conducted
Huntingdon, .Tan. 2, MO.
11 - 1 -I XC ANGE HOTEL,
MAIL PENNSYLVAMA lUiLROAD DEPOT
Dec. 2S, 1859
Then I shat, ..I,—-_.,;rJ. LOCKE & J. G.1:6"
cast of tho
^"' Never say " I can't."
MIL AD ELPIIIA
T. K. SIMO.NTON, Proprietor
r =-1 -
T3ENNSYLVANIA RAIL LOAD
TIME OF LEAVING OF TRAINS.
WE S7' WA RD. I EAS TWA RD.
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5 10 6 56' 6 28 Newton Hamilton, 12 2.3 10 11 1 57
5 19 7 03 630 Mt. Union, 12 16 10 04 1 50
5 35 7 17 644 Mill Creek, 12 02 9 50 1 35
5 40 7 30 656 Huntingdon, 11 52 940 1 20
600 7 43 1 7 10 Petersburg., 11 37 9 251 1 03
6 14 7 501 7 37 Barren, 11 35 9 17112 53
0 21 7 55 , 7 23 Spruce Creek, 11 23 9 11 12 45
6 3S S 09 7 41 Birmingham,— ...... . 11 09 S 55 12 25
13 47 S 10 7 50 Tyrone, ll 02 8 4S 12 15
6 58 S 24 8 00 Tipton 10 54 840 12 03
7 03 8 2S S 05 Fostoria 10 50 S 30 12 00
7 OS 8 32 S 10 Bell's Mills, 10 48 S 30 11 55
7 25 S 45 S 25 Altoona, 10 331 S 04 11 20
P. M. P. IT. A. 11. P. M. 1 A. If. A. M.
TT - UNTINGDON
RAlLROAD.—Passenger Trains arriv
For Hormr.u. S.: intermediate Stations, leaves at 7:10 A. M
Returning : arrives at llustricnoN at 12:34 P. M
For SAXTON and intermediate Stations, leaves at 3:50 P. 51
Returning, arrives at 111.7NTEWDON nt 7:35 P. If
JNO. J. LAWRENCE,
Huntingdon, Nov. 10, 1850. Superi endext.
1 7 .tANO FORTE, ORGAN AND MELODEON TUNER,
Respectfully informs the citizens of Huntingdon and vi
cinity, and of the county, that he will be in Huntingdon
regularly twice a year, in Juno and December, for tie pur
pose of tuning and repairing Piano Fortes, Ot•gmis
Melodeons, and musical instruments. of all descriptions.
ATS-- All orders left at tho Book, Stationery and Music
Store of Wtn. Lewis, will be promptly and faithfully at
tended to. [Dec. DB 1859-Iy.)
BEAUTIFUL HOLIDAY GIFT,
THE ALBUM OF MUS,IC FOR 1860,
Containing a choice selection of music and fines
limits. For sale by
LEE S.: WALKER, Dublibhers,
No. 722 Chestnut street. PHILADELPICIA
Price $3,00, sent by mail, free of postage.
Dec. 14, 1559.
NEW GOODS I LATEST Milli
Fisher & Mclfurtrie have just received another large
supply of Winter Goods. comprising the newest and most
beautiful styles of DeLaincs. Plaids, Merinos, Prints, Ging
hams. &c. We solicit a careful examination of our stock,
and feel satisfied it is the most extensive and attractive in
the county, and will be sold at prices that will induce all
to purchase. Give us a call.
Jan. 4, 1S61:1
DISSOLUTION of PARTNERSHIP.
The Co-Partnership heretofore existing- between
Isenberg, & Connor, is this day dis.,olved by niutpl con-.
The books and accounts of the firm Neill remain in the
hands of Nicholas Isenburg for collection.
Alexandria. Feb. 18, 1860. FRANCIS CONNOR.
The undersigned respectfully inform the public tha;
they have purchased the ALEXANDRIA BREWERY and
will continue the business, and endeavor to give general
All orders will be promptly attended to.
Alexandria, Feb. 22. 1860. WM. N. KIRBY.
VALUABLE TAVERN PROPER,
TY FOR. SA LE.—The Tavern property situate at
the west end of Huntingdon, on lot No. 215 in plan of said
town, together with the dwelling house and other build
ing on said lot are for sale. For particulars, &c., inquire
of Messrs. Scott & Brown at Huntingdon.
If not sold at private sale previous to Thursday the .
Twenty-ninth day of March, it will on that day, be expo
sed to sale by public outcry at Huntingdon.
THU. M. CONPROPST.
Feb. 22, 1860.
E 1108 EN E & COAL OIL LAMPS !
A HEAD QUARTERS - and MANUFACTORY,
;No. 114 South Second street : below Chestnut, and .No. 1
Carter street, PHILADELPHIA.
EXCELSIOR KEROS'ENE &• COAL OIL BURNER
MERRILL & JONES' Spring Burner. initial' other good
burners for Coal Oil, together with the largest and luttul
sourest variety of LAWS, of every description. CHAN
DELIERS, from two to fifty Burners—Glasses, Wicks,
Shades, and all articles pertaining to the business, togetlit
er with the best linttosENE Oil. in,the country— Whoic,sate
and Retail—at the Manufacturers' lowest prices.
Merchants and others will save money, by examin,
Lug our Stock and Prices. M. B. DYOTT'S
LAMP and GAS FLYTURE STORE and FACTORY, No.
114 South Second & No. 1 Carter stint, below Chestnut;
[Feb. 22, IW-3m.]
HAT EVERYBODY WANTS
COUNSELLOR IN BUSINESS
B Tells You Hew to draw up PARTNERSHIP PAPERS and
gives general forms for AGREEMENTS of all
kinds, Buts of SALE, LEASES and PETITIONS.
It Tells Thu How to draw up BONDS and MORTGAGES, Ar,
FDIACITS, PolvErs of ATTORNEY, NOTES and
BILLS of EXCHANGE, RECEIPTS and RELEASES.
It Tells You The laws for the COLLECTION of DEBTS. with
the STATVTLS of LIMITATION, and amount
and kiwi of property EXEIICT from ENECIT-
TioN in every State.
It Tells Thu How to make an ASSIGNMENT properly, with
forms for ComPosmos with CREDITORS : and
the INSOLVENT LAWS of every State.
It Tells You The legal relations existing between Gym'
DIAN and WARD, MASTER and APPRENTICE,
and LANDLORD and TENANT.
/1 Tells You What constitutes LIBEL and SLANDER, and
the Law as to MArannor.DOlVEß,tlie
RIGHT IN PROPERTY, DIVORCE and ALIMONY.
It Tells Mu The Law for MECHANICS' LIENS in every State,
and the NATURALIZATION LAWS Of this coati
try, and how to comply with the Caine.
It Tells Thu The law concerning PENSIONS and how to ob,
Min one, and the PRE-EMPTION LAWS to
B Telle'You The Law for PATENTS, with mode of proce,
lure in obtaining one, with INTEurnaExcrs,
ASSIGNMENTS and TABLE or FEES.
It Tells Yo - u How to make your WILL, and how to ADMIN
ISTER ON AN ESTATE, with the law and the
requirements thereof in every State.
It Tells Thu The meaning of Lew TEmms in general use,
and explains to you the LEGISLATIVE, EX_E-.
CUTIVE and JUDICIAL Powers of both tho
General and State GOVERNMENTS.
It Tells You new TO SEEP OUT Or LAW, by showing how tq
do your business legally, thus saving a
vast amount of property, and vexatious
litigation, by its timely consultation.
Single copies will be sent by mail, postage paid. to EVE
RY I?ARMErt, EvenT IlircuaNte, EVERYMAN OF BUSINESS, and
EVERYBODY in EVERY STATE, On receipt of $1 00, or in law
style of binding at $1 25.
$lOOO A YEAR can be made by enterprising men every,
where, in selling the above work, us our inducements tq
all such are very liberal.
For single copies of the Book, or for terms to agents,
with other information, apply to or address
JOHN E. POTTER'', Publisher,
No. £l7 Sansom street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Nov. 2P, 1850-6 m.
.eG5— Everybody's Lawyer is for sale at Lewis' Book Store
P. GWIN has just received a new
lot of Delulus, Shawls and Wool Hoods, &c. Call
ifT is a fact that Fisher &11.1eillurtrie are
selling the genuine Hanover Buckskin Gloves, which
cannot be found at any other store in linntingdon.
WRAPPING PAPER !
A goad article for sale at
LEW] S' BOOK STORE
UTCHER-KNIVES and Carvers, in
a_ great variety, for sale at the 'Hardware Store of
JAMES A. EROWIC.
Call at S. S. SMITIrS GROCERY for everything
fresh and good.
BOOTS & SHOES, Hats & Caps, the
largest assortment and cheapest to be found at
D. P. GA VIN'S.
ME T A I;o T be, F t
i U n T ui T s E . l . l . S try and
h T e a p Fr
h v e S ;
BROWN'S HARDWARE STO44,
M. B. DYOTT'S
BY FRANK CROSBY,
OF TRY, PHILADELPUIA nAn