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H e previous v allowedfive
rebel steamers to pass on towards New
Madrid, and they are now between his
batteries, unable to escape. •
Over a dozen vessels, together-with
the floating battery and battering ram,
aro now above Gen. Pope's batteries,
and will be either sunk or captured.
- Mr. 'Beadle; -one of the eldest citi
zens of Memphis, arrived last night.
Ho reports that but three rebel regi-
Yaents are now between New Madrid
and _Memphis, and these are stationed
;at Fort Pillow.
The rebel Government are manufac
turing pikes at Memphis for the new
recruits; but less than 100 men have
responded to the last call of the Gov
The railroads terminating at Mem
phis are being connected, so that all
the rolling stock can be sent down the
New Orleans road, when necessary.
CHICAGO, March 21.—A special de
spatch from Cairo to the Journal says
that a moderate, fire Was kept up by
the fleet at Island No. 10 during the
day; 'Wednesday. and yesterday. The
gunboat Minnesota dismounted a 128-
round gun, placed on the enemy's up
Some of the rebel gunboats tried to
force their way up yesterday- morning,
but had .to retire.
General Popo has twenty-two guns
'mounted at Mount Pleasant, and has
erected a new battery four miles below.
As yet but one man has been killed
by the enemy.
FROM FORTRESS MONROE.
peaufort, .N. C, Evacuated by the reb
els.—Fort ..11acon, N. C.. Blown: up.—
The Pirate Steamer Xashville Burn:
steamer Chancellor Livingston, arrived
from Hatteras last night.
Immediately after the occupation of
Newhall, North Carolina, Gen. Burn
side started an expedition to Beaufort,
but the place was evacuated before our
troops approached. Fort Macon was
blown up by the rebels and the steam-
Nashsille horned. .
On the day that General Burnside
oeettPied Nrew . bern, sixteen thousand
Trebel troops were on the road between
Goldsboro dna Newbern.
The steamer Sawa:ace Aniled for Hat
teras 3-esterday with mailsand passen-
The steamer Illinois returned to
New York. this morning.
The steamer Vanderbilt arrived to
The new gunboat Ohmura arrived
from Boston last night.
Confirmation of the Destruction of Fort
Macon and the Pirate Nashville.
WA Sill NGTON, March 24.—C01. Segar,
the representative elect from the Acco-
Mae District of Virginia, arrived in
this city this morning. lie confirms
the intelligence from Fortress Monroe
of tho destruction of the. privateer
Nashville and Fort Macon by the reb
The TrEpinuel Zouaves, aboult 400
in number, were paid off to-day. The
greater portion of then]. will return
GLORIOUS NEWS FROM WIN-
A Battle on Sunday.—The Rebels 74o
tally Routed.—One Hundred Rebels
Killed.—lfenvy Union Losc.—Tiro
Cannon Taken.—The Flying Rebels
WASHINGTON, Mar. ?A.—Telegraphic ;
despatches, received from Winchester.
dated last night, :it billf-past 10 o'clock,
say : A slight skirmish occurred this
afternoon, about a mile and a half from
Winchester, on the Strasburg road, be
tween a portion of Gen. Shield's troops,
and the rebel cavalry, with-four pieces
The enemy reheated with a loss, as
*loon as our gIITIS opened fire. One
rnan,avas killed on our side, and Gen.
S . hiefil's`suffered a slight injury on the
left artn, froni a fragment of a shell
which burst near him.
A prisoner brotight in to-night, EtaYs
the enemy were under the impression
That our troops had left Winchester,
and that JacksOn's rebel forces were
on the road from Strasburg under the
LATER PROM VirINCRESTER.
IVrcenEs - rEri, March 23-8 .o'clock,
P. M.—l have just come in from the
very_front of-,rthe, battle,- the miles
out. - A eOmplke . Victory h l ag 'been
achieved over Jackson, We have ta
ken two guns and'ealiSons, and killed
at least one hundred, and M'opnded
twice as many. Our loss is heavy . , but
hot more than one hundred and fifty
killed and wounded. Our men did
ravely, and have taken a great many
rauskets. The rebels are .in full re
WiNciir.smit, March 23-10 o'clock
M.—Wo have this day achieved a
glorious victory over the combined
forces of the rebel Generals Jackson,
Smith and Longstreet. The battle was
fought within four miles of this place.
It raged from half-past 10 o'clock this
morning until dark. The enemy's
'strength was About , . 15;000, and the
strength of our division was not over
:8,000.. Our logs in killed and wound
is.uot definitely ascertained, .but it
is lm-try. The e nelny'S , loss is double
that of ours.
IWo - have captured la largo , number
of prisoners, some of theiC guns, and
'the ground is strewn with the arms
they have thrown away in their flight.
The cavalry arc still in pursuit of
the retreating enemy. The particu
lars cannot be ascertained until day
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. ---
A regular meeting of the linntingdon County
Agricultural society null be held In the Court House. in
Huntingdon, on Tuesday evening first week of thu
coming April Court, (nth.)
Tho following eubjecte will be presented for discussion,
together with other business connected with the Associa
t A Report from the Committee, on the best method of
improving tbo breed of sheep.
"Coll gntpe growing and wino mal,ing be made profit
able in Huntingdon county!'
"What variety of Wheat ie bent adopted to the soil awl
climate of Huntingdon county'!"
, An Agricultural Address will bo delivered before the
Association by John Dougherty, Esq., of Mount Union.
• A Report from the Committee; appointed at the last
meeting, on the relations ,of Farmers and Mechanice.
The propriety•of holding an Agricultural Exhibition
during the present year, will also be discussed.
By order awl to behalf of the Society.
' HOWL McDIVITT, I Seoretaries.
A. SIMPSON AFRICA, 1
lluntingtiost, Math 25, 1862.
' A good article, for sale at
On the.l9th inst., in Coalmont, by
Rev. Amos Smith, Mr. CumufEs T.
BRAnr.r,k, of Coahnont, to Miss SADIE
OvEft, of Bedford county.
On the 18th inst., at the residence
of the bride's father, near Alexandria.
by Rev. D. A. Isenberg, Air. ALBERT B.
Irnooif, of Williamsburg, to Miss MOL
LIE A. ISENBERG:
On tlnirsday, 13th of March, 1862,
JAMES TLIEODORE, eldest son of Michael
and Clara E. Starr. of Shade Valley,
Huntingdon County, Pa, aged five
years, seven months and twenty days.
May he rest in peace.
Ills voice was as sweet as the violet's Wrath,
But hie tones are now hushed in the elletice of death,
Ifis oyes were as bright as a gem from tits ware,
But tht it luster is lost In the gloom or the grave;
Ilia chocks were be frogs as the young rases bloom,
But now fated they lay 'teeth the veil of the tomb;
Ilia hrart was as pure as a fountain at rest,
But its life et ream is froze in a cold quiet breast.
Like the young tree of the forest laid low by the blast,
All his loveliness lost, he reposes in dust;
Ills seitootmates are mourning Lie premature fate,
For his place once among them is loft desolate:
Oy the book with the leaf he had nicely down turned,
Whorl be marked the last task he hae len here unlearned;
We natieble sweet voice 'mid the glad tones of mirth,
We miss' his bright smilee by the tight of the hearth,
We sigh for the friend who can greet ns no more,
And weep for that tat one ohm aorrown are o'er.
Out none to n father his lore con impart,
Or eupply his lone place inn feud mother's heart.
March 21, 1862.
......... . ........
Finley and Extra Family Flour...
Common and Supertino
Extra White Wheat.
Fair and Pt Into Red
Cum. prime Yellow
Clo% erKeed t G 4 IN
T E. GREEN,
• DENTIST. 441.11111t0
°Mee on Bath old street, or (Pottle th Jet 1:-
son Hotel. Illtntingdon, Pa.
March 2,0, 18°2.
I, I OR. RENT.—
A rotailkrtahle House on It 0110.1.1 street.
1110(11V 14113081te the Be. flange Hotel. is for Rent Thow
uniting the sumo, will ripply at this office, or to W5l.
STEWART. lit log on the premise,.
Huntingdon, March 25. 1062.
Nr imaN Ell STII A W GOODS, C.
I v, have the 1 .1,,,,5ure of informing you
that wo are now prepared to offor, at our (11,111 .
54.111.1. NOS. 100. 105 107 NORTH SECOND Sr ,
ABOVE ARCH, PIMA ,
A well selechil Stock of
mlLList:l:v AND STRAW GOODS.
In ever) variety. of rho I, ftTlIeT IMPORTATIONS, and
of the new eel and loom fashionable styles.
OUR STRAW DEPARTMENT
Kilt comprien every variety of B ,nnetA, flat+ and Trim
mings In he found in that lino, of the latest m 1.1111051 ale
prof rd qip. owl
Sol icitiog on early .111. I remain
March 20. 11662.—A1.
[Estate of Jacob O. Kettcrntan. rfrerl.l
Ixtters of Administration upon the estate of 3AC013
ft. RETTERMAN, Into of Clay township, deceased,
having been granted to the undersigned, all persons
hating dolma upon Ito estate era requested to present
them to the undersigned. and all persons knowing them
selves Indebted mill make immediate payment.
nor!, 25,1562.. AdmlniOnttor.
SP RING GOO DS,
A. B. CUNNINGHAM'S.
A LARoP, STOCK
TO PLEASE EVERYBODY
SILVER AND GOLD,
AND ALL PAPER ON GOOD BANKS & INDIVIDUALS,
Taken at Par in Exchange for Goods
The highest prices pshl in Goods for tdl kinds of
, COUNTRY PRODUCE.
• , FOR BARGAINS,
A. B CUNNEsiGHAM'S STORE
Ifuntinpion, March 25, 1862.
K NOX FRUIT FARM AND NUR-
BOX 155, PITTSBURGH, PA
SELECT LISTS OF STRAW-lIMMUS
For .t 5 we will furnish 100 plAnts each of the following
Undo: Triomphe de (land. Trollopee Victoria, Ihrrell
New Pine, Jenny Lind mid Wilvons Albany.
Foe $lO WO will furnish 10D plants each of the following
choice .kindi: Triomphe do (ind, Trollops's V:etorio,
Vicomiesse Iferieert do 'filmy,' Fillmore, Downer's Pro.
Idle, Bon's New Pine. Jenny find. Cotter's Seeding, Mc.
Avoy's Superior and %Cilson's
TRIOMPHE DE HAND
For deseilption of this supetb and tint 'railed Shun ber
ry, see our circular, Ne n ill furnish this variety and
the Wilanda Albany, the tun leading kinds, at the folltuv-
TRIOMPHE DE HAND
50 cents pot . tlonen; $2 per 100; 5.000 for $43; 1 0 , 0 00
for $75; '20,000 fol. $lOO. For the $lOO Int, the per cent.
will be charged for bolos and pocking.
"Li cents per dozen; $1 per 100; 0,000 for $lO. Larger
quantities et . 60tho rate.
For $lO3 we win furnish 10,000 Triomphe de Gana and
10,000 Wilson's Albany. Five per cent. 0111 also be
charged for this lot, for boxes and peeking.
We will bend to any post office address in tits country,
post•pnid, and carefully put up so an to carry safely, ono
hundred good plants of any variety found in our cata
logue at the prices (het o annexed. For instance. 100 Wil
son's Albany for $1; WO Trollope's Victut is $1,50 100
Triomphe de Cland
re-No orders filled for plants by mall for less than
one dollar's worth, of any one kind, and when less than
100 are ordered, it must bent the dozen price.
Drincktes Orange and Fianconia, Si per dozen, Si per
100,530 per 1000. Fusty llT, Riser's Largo F,olted Month
Knovitt's findsou River Antwerp, Rod Ant
wei p, Yellow Antwerp, Allen's Hardy., 75 cents per dozen,
$3 per 100, $25 per 1000. Improved American Mack Cup,
50 cents per dozen, $7 per 100, $25 poe 1000.
SELECT LISTS OF RASPBERRIES.
For $lO we still furnish 100 Briockles'a Orange, the
finest flavored Raspberry, as moll as one of the largest,
mo-t beautiful, and. productive; 100 Navelmia, a }neva
tail berry, of good flavor, attractive am! enormously pro
ductive; 100 Improved American Block Cap. much lar
ger, morej cloy, better flavored, with fewer sued, and eve.
ry way superior to the common Black Cap. The plant Is
enthely hardy and very productive, and the fruit Is much
sought after in the market.
The above kinds Include the three colors, red, orange
and Mock, and furnish a pleasant variety In flaVer. We
regard them no the best fot amateurs, and the wog profit
able for mat ket culture.
New Rochelle, $1 per dozen, $5 per 100, $25 per 1000,
$lOO per 5,000; Dorchester, 75 cents per dozen, $4 per 100,
$26 per 1500; Nowina Ws Thornless, 60 cents per dozen,
$3 per 100, $2O per 1,000. We vi ill send Ioo , eneh of the
above three kinds for $lO. Each package of Strawberry
and Dlnekhoriy plants *RI Contain printed instructions
for cultivation. , •
/or prices of Gropes, Currants, 0 ooneberries, Rhubarb,
Asparagus, Sc., tee our circular, which will be sent to al
applicants enclosing stamps. .
}So have opened at No. '2O Fifth St., a
SEED STORE AND 11ORTIOULTIJRAL DEPOT,
Where all articles belonging to Yuri an establishment en;
be had, of the boot quality. • ' imar. 23,1862 1
V IAL TFIIOI, 1862
Aticireto Heal° ra Henry Mild/ion, et
Delaloam dtl f .pw ard vs J. Browetres Exes.
Croteley VII M. J. Martin, et al.
Thomas Weston, Jr. Of 'Minas Weston.
SEC IRS EEN
Jacob Creswell vs C. Bniatltletit, el al.
Ann Cannon, dc. Ts Isaac Grave.
Brice X. Blair, et al. vs Win. 11. Nteotis, et at.
Henry Orledy V 4 Daniel IfonN.
Margaret Hamilton, de. vs James Entrekii4 et al
Coyle & tlreen v 4 Mary Breo, std.
W. W. &D. Entrokin vs Michael Stone.
Thomas Ashton, farmer, Springfield.
Samuel Bowman, farmer, Shirley.
Darby Chilcote, miller, Hopewell.
William Cunningham, cabinet-maker, Clay
John Gregory, farmer, West,
Samuel L. Glasgow, farmer, Clay.
Peter Crazier, carpenter, Warriormark.
John Gayton, farmer, Union,
George W. Horton, farmer, Carbon.
Asahol Hight, laborer, Huntingdon.
James Hutchison, farmer, Henderson.
Enoch Isenberg of E, farmer, Porter.
David Long, farmer, Shirley.
Charles W. Moore, M. D., Carbon.
Robert Morrow, firmer,
Daniel Peightal, farmer, Perm.
Daniel Shultz, farmer, Morris.
John Silverthorn, farmer, Tell.
Samuel Thompson, farmer, Oneida,
William Thompson, farmer, Clay,
Eli Wakefield, farmer, Brady.
Alexander Work, farmer, Porter.
Enoch Walls, farmer, Porter.
Jesse Yocum, J. P., Brady.
imArEtter, Ratotts—Filts'r tVrgtc..
Paul Ammermann, agent, Carbon.
Thomas Anderson, farmer, Tod.
Charles O. Ash, farmer, Barree.
J. Q. Adams, ironmaster, Franklin.
William Africa, shoentakpr, Huntingdon.
Thomas Dell, carpenter, Barree.
William Bricker, farmer, Oneida.
Brice X. Blair, merchant, Dublin.
J. M. Cunningham, carpenter, Huntingdon
Nathan Corbin, carpenter, Huntingdon.
Samuel Doran, carpenter, Dfiblin.
Henry, Davis, farmer, West.
John Davis, farmer, Morris.
Alexander Ewing, farmer, tranklin.
John Eyer, farmer, Warriormark.
Oliver Etnier, farmer, Shirley.
Isaac Enycart, farmer, Cromwell.
John Grove, farmer, Walker.
Matthew Gill, Nvagonmaker, Brady.
Edward A. Green, gentleman, Brady.
,Toseph Gibboney, fanner, Barree.
, Henry Glazier, gentleman, Huntingdon.
Kenzie L. Green, farmer, Clay.
George S. Hudson. farmer, Clay.
Solomon framer, farmer, West.
William Houck, farmer, Tod.
Thomas B. Hyskill, farmer, Warriormark.
Richard Hall, farmer, Shirley,
William Hamer, farmer, Porter.
William Johns, farmer, Clay.
William Lincoln, farmer, Walker.
George McCiad, farmer, Oneida.
H. B. Mytinger, gentleman. 'Morris.
B. E. MeMortrie, farmer, Huntingdon.
Charles R. McCarthy, farmer, Clay.
David B. Along, farmer, Warriormark.
Levi A. Myers, carpenter, Shirleysbnrg.
William McCartney, farmer, Jackson.
Reuben Oaks, farmer, Barree.
John Rung, gentleman, West.
Thomas Ramsey, farmer. Springfield.
Moses Robison, carpenter, Barrett.
Joseph M. Stevens, cl3rk, West.
Andrew Smith, farmer, Union,
George Slack, carpenter, Barice.
William Yocum, farmer, Juniata.
Adam Zeigler, farmer, Patin.
Thomas Hamer, farmer, Walker.
. IMO 015,37 , ./
TRAVERSE JURORS-SECOND ITEEK.
Samuel Allison, 'farmer, Henderson.
John Barr, farmer, Jackson.
Abraham Brumbaugh, fartncr, Hopewell.
Ralph °rotsley, farmer, Cass.
Thomas Carmon, tinner, Huntingdon,
Levi Dell, carpenter, Union.
William Decker, farmer, &urea.
William Davis; carpenter, Penn.
Peter Etnier, gentleman, Stlrleystairg.
Jacob Felmlee, farmer, Tell.
David Gates, farmer, Franklin.
Benjamin GralEms, tinner, Huntingdon.
George N. Green, farmer, Case.
Samuel Grove, farmer, Hopewell.
Daniel Harris, farmer, Penn.
W. A. Hudson, cabinet-maker, Dublin.
Joseph [tarnish, farmer, Porter.
Jacob Ilerncame, farmer, Porter.
David F. Jeffries, farmer. Tell,
Daniel Hyper, farmer f Walker,
John M. Leech, mill wriglit i Franklin,
James Lynn, farmer, Springfield.
Thomas Miller, farmer, Barren.
Thomas Monteagne, carpenter, Dublin.
William MeGarrey, farmer, Shirley.
Evan Nearhoof, farmer, Warriormark.
William Peightal, cooper, Huntingdon.
Henry Peightal, farmer, Walker.
Win. Riddles, innkeeper, Huntingdon.
Henry Robison, farmer, Dublin.
Benjamin Rhodes, farmer, Shirley.
J. Duncan Rankin, manufacturer, Franklin
Peter C. Swoope, gentleman, Huntingdon,
McDonald Stewart, carpenter, Jackson.
John Smolker, Jr., farmer, Shirleysburg.
Jacob Walters, farmer, Morris.
March 2:5, IS&2.
Notice Is hereby given that the follow ing named
persons have filed their petitions with the Clerk of the
Court of Quarter SOe iOll4. praying Gies:rid Court to grant
them license to keep hint or taTel ne in their respective
boroughs, townships and villages in the county of Hun
tingdon, and that said petitions will tie presented to the
said Court on Wednesday, the 16th day of April next,
for consideration, die., when and where all persons inter
ested Coll t!t tend If they think proper, viz:
• Valentine Creme, Huntingdon borough.
John S. Miller, do.
William Riddle -3, do.
George Thomm, do.
Henry Liester. do.
Abralintit V. Westbrook, do.
John Dean. do.
Graffus Miller, do.
'Adam Itothd..y, Shade Oep.
John Jandhun, do.
Henry McGowan, Dublin toWnship.
Joseph S. Reed, Coalinont.
Joseph Morrison, Broad Top Ctty.
Thomas Cook, do.
James Donn. Barnetstown.
James Gleason, Barnet.
Martin Mara, do.
Michael McCabe, Dlairshoro.
George Little, 31cAle3 'a Fort.
Shadrack StelTry, Ste, ensville.
[ John Shuck, MeConnellstown.
Henry Strouse, do.
John D. Boring. Cussville bon - nigh.
James Chamberlain. War: lorstnark.
Samuel G. Simpson, Mill Creek.
John G. Stewart, do.
Robert Minn, Orhisonla Sorotigh.
William Templeton, do,
James Flemming. Smithburg,
Henry Chamberlain, Water Street.
William Johnston ' Markleaburg.
John R. Gerd, Petel.,bitrg borongli.
Jacob I:impairer, .do.
Smog & 311,reb s ,.M.xneivillo.
Eliza Rankin, Wiinif SI III6 O.
Samuel M. Antis, Mount Union.
Mary Ann Doyle, do.. •
R. F. Hasten, Spruce Creak.
Alexander S. Seeds Smuce
John Dlirew, Dndley.
.7oseph M. Porter, Dudley.
Dennis McHugh, do.
Samuel Trontwine, Fairfield or WilsontoWn.
Jetties Carmont, Manor Hill.
WM. C. WAGONER, Clerk.
Huntingdon, March 25,1502.--lt.
AFARM FOR SALE.
Tho subscribers will sell nt private sale
tho farm now occupied by Samuel Sankey, in
Hendereon township, about four miles from line.
tingdon. The farm contains about 210 Acres—
about tho one half cleated and in a good shit° op cultiNa•
lion. Tho improvements are a good flame two-story
house, log barn and other outbuildiugs. There are funr
goal springs of center on the place,
The terms n all be cos)
Mardi 18, 18624 t
Letters Testamentary upon the last will and testa
ment of James Porter, .late of AVest tom nsillp. Hunting
don county, • deceased; hate been granted to the subscri
bers. All persons indebted ate requested to make imme
diate payment, and those having claims will ra csent them
GEO. IL PORTER,
Much IL IE,G2',-61
Letters tratarpobtary upon ttle loot will and testa
moot of John P. Andefrori; Into of the borough, of thins
tingdow deo'd., limo been granted to mo. All persons in
debted to ' bum are requested to make payment, and those
haring,elaime Will present them i roperlys
S auth en COTT ticated.
Huntingdon, M,!rcli 11, 1862-61
a precept to me directed, dated at Huntingdon, the
at 1 day of January . A.l/.1862, Under the hands and seals
of the lion. Geer go Taylor, President of the Costa of
Common Pleas, Oyer and Terminer, and general jail deliv
ery of the 24th Judicial Disti lot of Pllllllll l / 1 1111,4 comply•
sed of Huntingdon, Blair and Cambria counties; and the
Hone. Benjamin F. Pattdit ;61 William IL Leds his aseoci• i
ides, Judges of the county of Huntingdon, justices as-
Maned. appointed to hoer, try and ileteribine all and every
indictments made or taken fer or concerning all crimes,
which by the Irma of the State are made capital, or felon
ies of death, and other offences. er hoes and misdemeanors,
which have been or shall hereafter he committed or perpe
trated, for crimes atoresaid—l sin commanded to make
public proclamation throughout my m ludo bailiwick, that
a Court of Oyer and Terminer, of Common Pleas and
Quarter Sessions, aril) he held at the Court House in tho
borough of Huntingdon, on the second Monday (end 14th
day) of April next, and [hone who will prosecute the
said prboners, he then nod there to prosecute them as it
shall be Just, and that all Justices of the Peace, Coroner
nod Constablt e wit Wu wild county, be then and there In
their proper persons. at 10 o'clock, a. m. of said day, mile
their records. inquisitions, examinations and remembran
ces, to do throe things which to their °likes re , pectively
Doted at Huntingdon, the 18th of March, in the year of
our Lord one Commend eight hundred and sixty-two,
and the Nth year of Mondani Independence.
JOHN C. WATSON, Al4criff.
DUO CL A MATION.---WIIEREAS, by
x 11 precept to tee directed by the Judges of the Cont
i-111M Picas of the county of Huntingdon. bearing tent the
26th day of Jannary, 1862, I ant commanded to make
Ptlbilti Ptecianiatlnti Hlrdiktplolit 013 *halo trailltelck, that
a Corirt, Of Clintilloll Pli!lis Will be held tit lint Court House
in the bortnigh of Illititlitinion, oil the Gill `)outlay (and
21st day) of April. A. 111.,"1862, for tile trial of all ig
nites in sold Conn it Illtdt remain undetermined before
the inn Judges. obeli Mot II hereon jurors. lt itrlPAsist, and
suitors, in the Mats et r at ipso,oc are required,
Dated at Huntingdon the 18th of March. lit the year of
our bOni oho thetleand eight hundred and sixty.tWo,
and the 80th year of American 'lndependence.
JOHN C. WATSON, Sheri):
SlikatlPlPS SALES.- , --By virtue of
adntirk *tits of tend. Exp. and Ft. Fa. to me•di.
11111 tilkise to public Kale or outcry. at the Court
llontso, in Mb borough of Huntingdon, ON MONDAY
THE Um DAY OF APRIL, 1862, at tau o'clock, P. M.,
the fol tou lug deettibad property to nit:
One lot of ground situate hi tile borough of Huntingdon
fronting on Washington street 50 feet, toil extending
back' 200 feet to Mifflin !meet, adjoining lot occupied by
George CMG on tiro east, nod tot of George Mat k's hetes
on the west, having thereon erected one too stilly hence.
Seized. token In execution, nod to be :told do propel ty
of Levi NVeettnook.
ALSO—Four nerviof ground in jarkson township, about
one mile in nano 3leAleN y's Pot t, one duelling house and
other buildings, thereon an cted. Aleo. one ft Owe grist
tont, with two p.dr of btu is, plaster num and smut ma-
Chine, adjoining lands of !IMMO jliittlotl , Also, oncarre
of land in said toll nslniry timing thereon erected a log
lmuo and stable, adjoining lands of &mei Yocum, Thos.
Wah+oil, John Brooks, I the waters of Stoun Creek.—
Also. tour acres of land in said township. meadow• land,
adjoining land., of Simnel Johnston and Vim. lloi s and
the water Of little Creek, s.!eivAvh taken in execution,
and to be sold ae the rturet ty at liiids Mitt Win.
ALSO—Defendant's right, title and Illturest in and to
one half lot of ground situate in the borough of Ifunting
don. Pa.. fronting . 50 feeton Chord, tot yet, extending
back 100 feet, and bonneted on tliu east by land now or
late belonging to the heirs of tool Schoebol, and en the
west by lot of James McCabe, and 00 the not th by other
half of the same lot. Also, one half lot of ground situate
In same borough, being the north end Cl the above de
act abed lot, fronting .50 feet on) Moore mitred. and boumled
on the east none or late the heirs of Paul Schooled, and on
the west to lot of Jas. McCabe, awl en the south by the
other half of 'the same lot. Beirut, taken in execution,
sad to be sold as the mope; ty 01 Dan id Blot het limy nnith
notice to Jomea Saxton, time committee.
ALSO—Defendant's right, title and interest in and to
all that part of n tract of land situate in 'rod township,
surveyed on n warrant granted to Joseph Highlands, da
ted January 2,1. 1705, commencing at or near the Chest
nut corner, at or near Mach the part of the same tract
conveyed to James Steel cornets; ideated sooth 41 degrees
nest perches td a twist I thence setath 50 degrees east
30 perches to a maple; thence smith 41 degrees west CO
perches to a chestnut; thence south SI degrees east along
the Fr ands 'dorm survey, to the point n here a port Of the
tract in the name of Joseph Highlands. conveyed to Ben
jamin Tramline cornets,- thence along the line dividing
the tents of the said tract conveyisl hero tofu] r to Benj.
Trueman, Jacob 51ai tell, (none J. 11. and James
Start, Baq , form the remainder of said tract to the place
of beginning, containing 100 erten. More or less.
Also—A certain Id or paled of land situate in the
ton ifsllip of Tod. leditg pint of n tract of land surveyed
i in the name of Joseph Highland. adjoining land of Israel
Baker, Jostles Steel, Benjamin Trneman and others, be
ginning at a gain Corner adjoining hind of Israel Baker;
thence smith 75 degrees east 200 perches to a stone; thence
north 3",34 degrees west 03 perches to a stone; thence
north 75 degrees east 200 perches ton post; thence south
3534 degrees east 63 perches to a guns. the place of be
ginning. containing 00 acres Seize,i. taken in excention,
.aid to be cold us the property of Joseph It. Flanigen.
Notice to reirth,orr m at Sheriff's sales 0 ill take
notice Chet iinmediatefy Upon the property teeing kwicked
down, fifty per cent, of all bids under $lOO, did twetity
hoe per cent. of nil bids over that Rom, must be paid to
the tdieriti. or the property will be set tip ageht noted
to other bidders 0 ho 0111 cotnply with the abote terms.
Sherifrs Sales lt ill hereafter be Made nn Wednesday. of
the first week of engirt, and the Deeds acknonledg,el ou
the foliow hug iVednesday.
.1011 S C. WALS'ON, She. iIT.
Huntingdon, 31 ar. 18, 15112.1
it, Notice is hereby glues, to all persona interested,
that the following, named persona hays settled their ac
counts in the Itegistur's 011ie°, at Huntingdon, and that
the Paid awninte. m ill ho presented for confirmation and
allowance, at am (hokum' Cons t, to be held at Huntingdon,
to and for the county of I tun tingdon, on Monday the 14th
day of April next. (18O2,) to wit
I, The moonlit of Palld Wohdi and James Cree, 1:o
-ctants of David Croc, tato of Dnbillf township, deed.
2. Tho Administration noel - nut of Samuel 13. Thump
son, Administrator of William Thompsoh, deed.
3. The account of the Hon. Janice Owin, Administra
tor do bolas non testanton to mimeo, of the estate of Ruh.
art AMAMI, decd.
4. The account of Samuel Itowniati and (Icor& M.
Executoi el of the List Will and Testament of
,Georgo Bowman, 1103.1' Shinny dee'll.
• in. The account of Win. W. French and Wm. It, Mc-
Clain, Atintinlntratore of AsarLdt McClain, Into of Tod
6. The account of John U. need, Administrator of
James Reed the younger. lato of West township, deed.
7. The account of Philip Garner and John Beaver,
Adtninistratory of John :‘lorningstar, late of Hopewell
8. The account of John hioluir and Sinned Reeliee,
Adniltiktrators of Samuel hlooher, late of Cromwell twp.,
deed. Partial account.
9. Thr snpplrmrnt.J anti Goal account of John
'solo Ailininistrator of &moot bolter. Into of Cromwell
township. deed, alter tho Juciiargo of his co-ailininistra
tor. Samuel lloolwr,
10. The account of John Rooter, Ti lisle° appointed by
the Otplmno Court of Huntingdon county, to make sale
of the Heal Estate of Samuel Booher, late of Cromwell
township, deed under proceedings in partition.
11. The Administration amount of Eva M. Beck, Ad•
Ininistratrix of John Book s late of Morris imp., deed.
12. The Guardianship account of Kenzie L. Green,
Guardian of Latina Lovell, a slaughter of Amon Lovell,
late of Cass toss nship, deed, she 'being non deed, sifter
intermarriage with George A. Heaton.
13. The Guardianship accounts of Kenzie L. Green,
Guardian of Kenai° A., Albert (1., and Henry C. Lori!,
minor children of Anton Loren, Into of Cass toirindlip,
doe'd, now in their majority.
14. Account of Wm. Moore, , Adntini,trator of neorge
S.Crptcr, late of [lrian :we county. in t Ito State of Ohio.
DANIEL W. WO3II.A.DORP, Iteginter.
Kill be ' , old nt roblie Sale, at tine late tesidenee of
WIN SMILEY, doCIL, to fluny . towleildp,
On Saturday, 22d day of March, inst .)
The filth:ming property; to nit: 2 head of work horses
and harness, 2 cons, f, head of )onog cattle 7 shoats, 1
sow and U pigs, 1 wagon, plops and harrow. 1 sleigh Nod
sleigh or buggy harness. xb ds. 1 man's gaddle. 1 buffalo
robe, 1 log chain, Inumag mill, 1 elating box, noel a va
riety of flirmlog titen•ola too nuniermsQ to Went-lon.
Silo to ...1111111.1/110 at 10 o'clock. A roctundbte credit
ill be given by
March 11, 18G2-2t
CIOLEMAN & CO.'S Variety Envelopes
rki nro supeteeded by their now and IntantifUl UNION
VARIETY CASES, much superior and much to be pre.
toned. They are certainly cheap and very desirable, We
wish our friends to exit at laswie' Book and Stationery
Store, and see them—to see to to buy.
COLEMAN A CO.
Philadelphia, Feb. 11. ISO.
P g riV RY47,
• • - -- •;:e• • -
PENNSYLVANIA RA i
TIME OF LEAVING OF
117sR 11 A RD.
.. t ......
,lIOAD.—CIIANGE OF SCIIED
ter Monday, Dec. 2d, 1961, Des
od deltas t ac
Oil and a
Iluntingdon at 7.30 A. M. & 4 10 P. M.
Sax ton o 9.30 A. M. & 6.10 P. 31.
nt iiolloWell 10.15 A. M.
/101V31 Tit AINS,
Lemo llnpowen xr 10.36 A. M.
Saxton IMO A. 31. & 6 30 P. 31.
Arrive at Huntingdon 1.10 P. M. & 8.30 P. 31.
4. J. b.4.4.E4;sicE,
TPyon want Carpets anal Oil Cloths, call
at D. P. ditlirS littera you ulll tia,l the.
Fefilipent in toe r. . • • •!
SHERIFF'S SALE.-By virtue ol'a
kj writ of Loy. Fi. Na to ma diroctod,l will exporio to pub.
lic ealo or outcry, at the Court Homo, In the borough of
Huntingdon, on SATURDAY, tho 22d day tit - MI. oi, 1862,
at 10 o'clock, A. M., tbo follolviog'ilescribed real estate, to
The following described lot of ground situate in the
borough of Alexandria, comity and State aforesaid. boon
led on the north by the Penns) Ivania Canal, en the west
by a twenty feet alley, on 'the south by an alley, on the
east by Ilartslog street to the Canal aforeadil. thence by
the said canal to the plied fit Begin qing, having thereon
erected a Tannery containing twentjafour lay-away vats,
two limes and rout handle's under roof, the tannery be
ing twenty-four by forty-cite feet, and frame, two stories
high, and bark haute thereof sixty by tutrltY-futir feet,
mah a water privilege fore'Ver.
Also, all thole certain lots, or parts of lots of ground,
situate in the borough of Alexandria aforesaid, bounded
time Beginning at the welt COrber of lot No. 10 In the
town plot of void borough on the eolith side of Pennsyl
vania Canal In plan of iota told out and sold by Mary
Ann McLain, and running thence along said Canal, one
hundred mid tiny feet to a cross strget; thence south to
eu alley tWeutS feet wide; thencesoufb 6st one hundred
amid fifty feet to an eleven feet alley; thence north east
along said alley to the place of lieginning. Together
with all and singular, the find leriprovements,
ways, wittetl, water courses, rights, liberties, privileges,
Improvements, iteredlEnatents and attunrteifahcol whatso
ever thereinto belonging or in any who appertaining., and
the revenilons and remainders, rents, Issues and profits
thereof. Seized, token in execution null to be sold as the
properly of Peler Kean.
JOHN C. WATSON, Sheriff.
SIIERIFF . B.Oericr-
Huntingdon, Mar. 4, 1862. f
iLNotice is hereby given to all persons interested,
the undersigned Auditor appointed by the Orphans'
Court of Iluntiogdon county, to distribute the Monte
'mottling in the bends of James McCall and Abraham
States, Executors or Daniel Buckaalter. deed., amongst
these entitled to receive the ensue. alit attend for the pur-
pose aforesaid, on Thursday, the 2ith day of March, A. D.
1862, nt one o'clock its the afternoon, at his oftice In the
borough of Huntingdon, uhen and utters all persons
having claims upon said fund should pressat them before
the undersigned, or be Mercator barred from receiving
any part thes oaf,
Feb. 27, 18C2.-7t..
'Notice in limeby given to all persons interested,
that the undersigned Auditor, appointed by the Orphans'
Court of Huntingdon comity, to distribute the balance
remaining in the handa of George Heard and Elizabeth
Hearn, Administrators of Willinnt Hearn, deed., amongst
those entitled to terntve the sanie, will attend for the pur
pose aforesaid, on Friday, the 25t11 day of Match, A. It.
186 . 2. at 01a) o'clock in, the afternoon, at his office in the
borough of Huntingdon, when and ahem DP poisons,
hating claims upon said fund lutist fllesefd them before
the Undersigned, or be thew:titer barred fiffiti retelling
any pal t thereof.
}ds. 27. i961..-4t. 4 Auditor.
The Insurance Company of North
America, at Philadelphia..
IXCORPOR A TE D 1794.
Capital and assets, • $1,254,719
ARTHUR G. COFFIN, President.
CHARLES PLATT, Secretary. .
OFFICE, NO. 232 WALNUT STEEP:T.
rIIHE undersigned, Agent for the above
well Iznown and reliablo company, will maku in
bUlaners agniuet It-fir or dining,, by the for periods
Ono month to perpetual, on 'invert') in bruit or country.
J. ;11.11.rdi.EN AFRICA.
Ittinlitlenn, Fell. 21, 1602-Ctit.
KOLLOCIVS DANDELION COF
The, preparation. made from tile TWA Jain Coffee. P,
recumnb•rided by bbygtb... n hullo:11ot' thfitrrious
11EVElt Atilt for Ileum al Debility, Dyspelisia, and nil
baton, dlaordem. Thormando aho have been compelled to
abandon the use of coffee n ill nse Ode or ithout indurious
effeetx. One earl contains the Mrcogtft of trve poundo of
ordinary colfoo. Nice 25 cents.
Thr purrat and BAKING VOIVGIN: known, for
making llgl,t, so rot and nut 'Blow. mead and cakea.
Price 15 runt,
M. 11. R 01.1,011(, CureAt
Curlier Uru at and tit , dant Mreett,
An I , 01,11,3 nII Dit%gints and Unice:,
Fel, 24, 1861-1
A UDITOR'S NOTICE.-
Tin; undersigned A editor, appointed by the Orphane
Court of llttidingdon nnny. to dish 'bate the ,fund in the
bend, of SIO*IIII, Ailtriilitstrattir of the estate of
henry Whltcsell, bote of Mu rec, ton nehirr, deceased, will
attend at his Itnutingdon. on THURSDAY, the
lath of NIAIICII next. at one o'clock, D. M_ for the pur
pose of snaking the said distribution, a lien and deers all
person., interested, are ieiptired to pre'oot their claim., or
be debarred from coming in for a share of the said fund.
'ill I:0.11. Ott) ißic.
Feb. 20, 1662.4.1 t.; Auditor.
SCOTT & BROWN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Office on 11111 e•rcet, ht dm butt ling fornterty occliplnd na
the ' , Journal Printing omen.
lithatingdau, jail. 14, 1562.
FOR PENNSYLVANIA REGIMENTS
NOW IN THE FIELD
The ittiderdgned, itt accordamm with General Orders
No. 105, Illead-Qiiartere of the Army, and under the di
rection of Captain It. I. Dodge General Survintentlent ot
Recruiting Forme for the than) of Pennlylvanin, hove
opened a Recruiting Office at the Post Office, in Coalmont,
Huntingdon county, Pa.
'They are authorized to onlist men for any Pennsylvania
Regiment now In tlio field that Is not already full.
inhsistoneo and pay to eutnmenvs flan data of enlist
Lieut .I. ADDISON MOORE.
Sergt. M. M. VANDEVANDER,
E. McCA BE,
Mimiclan (IEO. W. (ADDS.
Zan Hvg,i)lleht, P. V,
Oli Ileumling Service,
1.13 Manta ni of 3fajor Ocootal McClellan
Coalinont, Morel. I, 1062. .
FOR PENNSYLVANIA RtGiIVIENTS
The undersigned, in accordance with General Orders
No. 105, Head Quarters of the Army, and under the
rtotion of Captain It. T. Dodge, General Superintendant of
Recruiting PcrYice for the Plato of Pennsylvania, have
opened IL Itoccuiting 011Ico in no building formerly mu.
pier) irt Ilenol.Qoarters f fna,li Crosnmn, opposite tho
Exchange Hotel, Itaih oad atceM, Iluntiugdon,
They are authorized to enlist Men for any Pennsylvania
Regiment now in the field Oat is unit already full.
Stiltshitenee and pay to commence from date of mind
Lieut. A. G. DICKMY,
11. 31. GIIERNE,
4.9211 Regiment, P. V.
On Recruiting Sart lee,
Tie oninvunl of Major General McClellan
Huntingdon, 3larcl, 1, ISG2.
RC)IiORUITS FOR PENNA. REGI
IL, MENTS NOW IN THE UNITED .STATES SEA-
O.—The node' signed. In accordance with General Or
ders No. 105, Head-Quarters of the Army. and under the
direction of Caplan, it. I. Dodge, Gone] al Supet ,ntendent
at Recruiting Service for the State of Pennsylvania, have
established a Item Siting Station at Marklesbitrg, Hun
tingdon tonnty, Its.
Subsistence and pay to commence from date of enlist
ment. For further information apply to
Capt. J. IL WINTRODE,
tiergt. J. S. COULTER,
.1. T. CA It PliNTElt,
s:3tl.l7eatnient, P. t.
13.Ptr, Ii D.
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Cs. C 2
ca 0 "
NEW MARBLE YARDS
ON 31IFPLtN STREET, HUNTINGDON, PA.
TAMES M. GREEN respectfully in
t, form. the public that he is fully prepared to furnish
lo the best style of a orkinanship. all kinds of TOMB
STONES, at prices cheaper than they can be bad in
tho county. Ile hopes, by strict attention to business, to
merit and receive a Aare of public patronage.
Huntingdon, Jon. 24,1862.
The New Spring Styles
At Lewis' BOQk Store.
We deal 'direct with the mantifactu:
rer, ar,d will have on liand at all times
the West styles ; and sell at fitly prices
NOW IN THE FIELD.
IL 0. CORBIN; -
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office 1 StrCe,
Iluntingdon, Jan. 14, iko7v.
REVISED ARMY REGDLATID#S
BY AUTHORITY OF TfIE Alt DEPARTMENT.
The book is an octavo of 660 pttges, in elegantly printed
on fine paper, with new bold type, and Hai an admirable
exhaustive mats, for uhlch every officer will be gratefu l,
the moment his eye rests upon it, no no former editioft
hes ever had an index, and tho wont of one has bees long
felt in lho Army.
The Appendix embraces the Articles of War. contain
ing ninny important corrections; also, scloctions from the
Military Acts of Congress, including those passed at the
PRICE $2, 00. FOR SALE AT LEWIS' ROOK STORE
By Majot William Gilham; 11. S. A t
Jolt publieße . o nut) . for sal. 3A , LEWIS ' BOOK STORE.—
Complete in oho folutfig. illbe $l.OO.
UNITED STATES INFANTRY
For the inetructinh. eterclee, and manoettited
nf the United States Infantry, including In
fantry . •
of the Line. Light Infantry, and Rifle.
mon, prepared under the direction of the War
Departnient, and authorized and adopted by
the Secretary of War, May 1et,1861, contain.
ing the lichee' of tile doldier; the school of the :,I
company ; instriiction for akirmiabord, and the
general e lite; MO calla for and the
Khoo] of the hattalion; including the articled -
of war and n dictionary of militarY tends,
Complete in one volume. Price $1.2,",. For - •
Cale at TAM la' Molt Store. .
THE HANDY BOOK
UXITED STATES SOLDIER,
On coming into senice: containing a complete syStent of
instruction in the School of tho Soldier, with a pi al Wane:
rs explanation of the formation of a Battalion on Parade.
the Position of the officers. g.c., to.. being no first book or
introduction to authorized U.S. Infantry Tactics, lust pub
!Thee 20 cents. For sale at _ .
LEWIS' ROOK STORE
Hardee 4 s Rifle and tight Infiniti'
Complete in 2 role. Price $1.r,0. For Bale at
.lAW- Tiro Hooks sent by mail to any address on the rc
eipt of tho price. -
Huntingdon May 2S, HU. •
P. 1 b ASP TriNTER,
H. ROMAN'S '
For Ostittemon'm Clothing of the Volt nuitertd,aint made
in the best evoi k manlike manual., call at
11. ROMA N'S,
opposite the Franklin House in Market Square, Hunting
dolt. [Oct. 7, 181.1.1
REMEMBER ELLSWORTH !
FISHER & SON
SI; IV GOODS:
THE PUTILIV ARE INVITtiD TO CALL
EXAMINEPint ti cobs.
FISIITIt & SON.
ENVELOPES AND PAPER
FOR SALE AT
LBWIS' BOOK STORE.
TEltt WAS. GOES ON
D. P. OWIN
HAS JUST QTENED
' I , lllt
FALL ASID WINTER,
CALL AND 'EXAMINE THEM
Oct 3, ISGI
A BATTLE FOG 111"
A BRILLIANT yICTOIty WON
ADJUTANT GEN. LEWIS:
After a revere engagement nktel, Lulea for nearly flint.
dam I have at heat routed the enemy, and captured a largo
camber of Gone, Revolves, Howie Rakes, and a groat
quanilty of camp equipage, anti °Oyer xaluable articles
which I immediately shipped by railroad from the field of
action, and now an acolare , •;: „
lIIGII PRICES DEFEATIM.
On opening . and examining On valuables captured, they
vro found to comp iso such nu endless variety of Hard
ware and Cutlery of every kind, that I Can atipply the
people of all.sges and •classes; evert from a toy for nn in
fant, to a supporting cane for the feeble ',old man. Boys
or girls, Lords or Ladies, Soldiers or Ctitkens, Housekeep
ers or Boarders, Farmers or Mechanics, Lawyers or Doc
tors, anybody and everybody mny be furnished with a
useful memento of this es maul battle by calling et, the
Hardware Store of "
JAS. A. )311OWN.
OFk. 1, 1861.
NEW GOODS : NEW GOODS!!
•, G. 451151A3, , 1 MILM.
Has just received a new stock of
ROOTS S SAGES.
Call and examine any new etnek.
G. ASIVIAN )ULCER
October 31, 1861
NEARBLE YARD. The undersigned
L would respectfully call the attention Of the citizens
of Huntingdon and the afkiolning conuties to the stock of
bcantifol marble now on, hand. He is prepared to furnish
at the shortest notice, 31onumental Marble, Tomb, Tables
and Stones of every desired size and. form of Italian or
Eastern Marble, highly flaiklied.? naitl carnal atthiappro
print° devices, cr plalik es Sony suit.
Marble; Door and Window Silts; will be
furnished to order.
IV. W. pledges himself to furnish material and wink.
manship wall° any in the country, at a fair price. Call
and see, before you purchase elsewhere. Shop on Still
Ntmy i O , use
etALL at tile new CLOTHING STORE
of OUTII/IN & CO:, if you *ant a good artici of
Clothing. Storo roomin Long new Luilaingr (wan. Dla
monde }tontine. . • - Popt. 9,1,857.
OMR TO THE NEW STO4E:g011:
CHEAP BAllO4Hg t. t- :
NZAT : 4pCIER.Y.
• n orms the citly.ein, hf Tiontlngdon and ad,
cinity, that ha has'opetied a now (M x% and Confection.
ory StorTrfit fltottiotemen t, nndeF Onf ;tali & Co.'s Clothita
Store, in the Dininund • and would moult respectfully re,
quest a share of public patronage. His stock consists of ,
all kinds of the
DEFT giv . 9E4kEs,
CONFECTIONERIES, ic 4r
Fish can ho had at wholesale or
ICE CREAM will be tarnished regularly to parties and,
individuals, at his room. -
treat:WO/an, Sept- 24,1860. •
Now is Ule‘7 4 inie to buy Cheap eloihing 4
Respectfully inform the' public generally that he has
Just received a large and selected stock of rarthionnbp
FALL AND WINTER
to which ho sea s the attention of all:Who are lu want of
e neat and colt fOrtabla•cont, a Vest or ripOn of Punta—
Ilia stock will bear atablination, and Itereqbatfulty
requests all to call alid stlit tot themselves. , 114
should gentlemen liestro soy particular kind or chi i,
clothing not found in tiirstobß 44,12ang,ftrjeaen, g ode
measure they can be accoaamodited at' hort notice.
A good assortment of_ , _ •
BOOTS AND MOBS., RATS AND CAPS, &C., &C,,
will also be found on hand. All of which st ill he sold de
Ply, if not lower. than the
r attnis duality of paella can'tfe
had in the county.
Call et the corner et the Induiond,Ltong'n new building.
M. OUTMAN. •
Iluutngdon, dept. ID, 1961
Arch Street, Ahbvil Third, Rhilallei;,
UPTON-S. NEWCOMER, Pfartietor.
krir-Thik 'tow la team, Bou4WWlont By4aseetiiet
Cara to all parts of the City. and fu every particular adap
ted to the comfort and wants of Via intaipast publ . lc.
&if-Tern., $1.50 per day. - WeYX
Sept. 10, 1861.-Iy.
F Olt EVERYBODY
THY THE NEW STCIEE,
On MU ...VOycl oppottle CUPtlfdlin , 20ft,
SUGAR and MOLASSES.
'• • COWEE, TEA and citocor„vrE.
FLOUR, FISIL.SAVE and VINEGAR.
CONFECTIONERIES. CIGARS and Tormitco, • ,
- sinoEs' THE,zDEST, , AND ALL IVINDSF. .•-••••
and every other artMe tumidly found in a GraFery,Stoie
Drugs, Chemicals.-Dye Stuffs,
Paints, Vat nishes, Ode end Spts. Turpentine,
Fluid. Alcohol. tiless:litaLltitk;-* • Lt' •
BEST (PINE 6/10 BRANDY for [Realm! pnePthiee.
ALI) VIE lIEST PATENT-lIETICINMS ' 4 •
and a largo uumbor articles too numerous to mention,The piddle generally will plonee cull and eiziratne for
tbomeolvea and kith' my price!. . •
S. S.- WITH.'
Huntingdon, Mrts flli, ISZS. •
t- , o'i
T LIE NEW STOlir,
Alch. - ;
.11'1' IV GOOD&
WALLAC4 & CLEMENT;
Have just received another stack of new goods, such -as
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, QUEENSIV,IRE, •`
in the stoke rtioih at the southeast corner of the Diamond
in the borough of Ituntingdon.
Their Stock tins bean carefully selected, add *lll be
sold lqw for cash or country produce.
Iluntlagdon, April 15,1881. - • •
WINDOW CURTAIN. -PAPERS,
A LARGE STQCW
• .- t•iT • •
Window Curtain Papets;:i‘
JUST ity,6invEb "'
LEWIS' BOOK STOItt". •
• ' '
.A. • •
TTOR Y A, NE IV
- thhi FLAG: 'STILL WAVES. •
:CE' GOOP3I I NEW OCkiAl!tl
• At Ifp.elton :Stalion;and.Altetura,
SIMO;i COHN has just received (corn t)lo,Etetern C,it
lelf, a large assortment of - . '-. .
" Pry coorls,)Groceriei. , -• ; , "
&thing, Bonnets, Shein.qt... •
and all other m ticks kept in country.stores,whisbille is
offering at his Illannnoth Stores. at Collbe lino Station pad
Newburg. at ilmisnkily low prices. Tlie ladies chtlebilglyf
Ire Welted to call and oxamino his Fancy Ganitt.
' flaring arrangements - with large firnift.in Plifladelphia
and other eastern cities. he is able to buy his goods Asap.
er than other celintry inorchatits, and cairbenserttleialy.
undersell them! In exchange for goods, Ito takes all
kinds of earrntryprodnce at the highest ouslisprldteCrily
strict ratention.to the wanks of customers, he ,hopes to
reeelte a` continuation of the liberal pat rOna,ge-iiitll which
he has been beretokno favored.
' Mr. Cohn is Agent Of the Broad Top R. R. Co.; at Coffee
Ran Station, and Is prepared tnshipalf kinds of Grain to
the Eastern markets. Raving a large - Itrarii Itobin,,far
mera can store with t Lim until ready to , Ertl mn.
eanience will be afforded them, - • : • -
Attnet 29.'18G1,. • 7 7 . „
NEW NATIONAL LOAN.'
' develi and Three 7 Tenths, ' Per 'dent.
`TREASURY. NPTES,.; ""
NOW ItE.6Yrioli. DE VERY Ault: 01-Fmr.
oY • ;1 .
JAY COOKE SL' 00.,
No. 114 South Thifilktl'els
Pursnant to lustructioha • frolic the Secretary of the
191lasury, tile Subscription. Book to, the NEW NATIONAIC
LOAN of Treasury Notes, bearing interest at thB Fite of
eceenntid thccodenthe pep .apt.:Pef
open,at plyl ”
' NO. 114 S. THIRD STREET,' , •
until tut ther notice from 8 A. M. till 5 P. M. anti on
Mondais till 9P. I. • • •
These notes will be of the demonination .of FIFTY
DOLLARS, ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS. FITE 'MON
DICED DOLLARS. OND TIIOI.ISAND DOLLARS. and
FIVE TROUSAND 'l,olBLAlts, and are all dated 19th of
August, 0551, pliyable in gold, iu three years, or converti
ble into a twenty years' six per cent. loan, at the option'
of the holder. Each Treasury Note has interest coupona
attached, a hich can be cut off and collected In gold at the
Mint sooty six months. and at the rate of one .cent per
day on each tlfty dollars.
Payments of subscriptions may be made in Gold or
Checks, or Notes of any or the Philadelphia Make.
PAIITITS AT A DISC cccr can remit by their friends.through
the mail, or by express, or through Banks, and the Tkeaa ,
ury Notes will be immediately delivered, or scut to each
nubeertber as they may severally direct. • ~
Writes remitting most add• the interest 'from 19th of
August, the date of all the notes ' to the day the remit
tance reaches Philadelphia, at .the , fato of one cent per
day, ou each dtty dollars. . . ,
Apply to or address . • • ,
. JAY COOKE, Sunbcn;;l:iuN
Care of Jay Cooke 11' Co:; Booktite,
No. , lll . Sentia Third treet, Philadelphia.
Oct. 7, . . ;..,td 1. 'I, •; • ; A •
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'clitoatea of LadiCs'll , reed Goods at
T HE best Tsbacco in town, at ,';
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