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Wei:lnt:434y morning, June 1,, 1864.
LOCAL & PERSONAL.
The Killed and Wounded.
In no battle of the war have so ma
ny of OlCiluntingdon's sons suffered
as in the battles of last month in Vir
ginia, Almost ©very soldier who en
listed from this place and was engaged
in combat, received a wound, and
some`worekilled. The saddening
news as communicated by letter or iu
the lists of the killed and wounded,
cast a gloom on the countenance of
parents and friends in the midst of
their rejoicing over theconquests made
and the victories achieved by our arms.
Could we render appropriate eulogies
in memory of the fallen heroes, or
speak with hightoned words of praise
in approCiation of the services of those
who haVe- fought till wounded, we
would most willingly and cheerfully
so;dd brit the patriotic motives that
inspired - theta 'and the readiness with
which thoy entered into the conflict
is proof sufficient of the esteem in
which they should bo regarded by
their people, and if they fall, in their
efforts to uphold the union and confer
it unimpaired to posterity, then their
parents and friends should be consoled
in the fact that they died nobly.
. We have a very inconsistent repro
sentative in Congress from this Dis
trict, and that member is Archibald
McAllister. His conduct has been
watched by the people, and both par
ties, that which elected as well as that
which opposed him, have observed his
inconsistency and, severely and justly
censured him. The Union proclivities
which he professed during the election
were only for the time, to secure the
people's favor, and obtain the position.
He has proved unfaithful to the trust
confided in him by working in direct
opposition -to the principles of true
loyalty, and of course neither his re
election nor his re-nomination is a cer
tainty. He is as dead in the eyes of
the opposition clique as he is in those
of the Union party. We regret hav
ing given him our support; but there
is now to be added to the stigma of his
having acted a perfidious and disloyal
part, the painful consciousness of hav
ing deceived the honest and loyal pub
lic. May his sun of ambitious renown
sink still deeper into the depths of ob
livion and obscurity !
A Soldier Gone.
Under the head of "Our Army Cor
respondence" will be found a commu
nication from the Chaplain of the 149,
Itegt., P. V., which - treats upon the
death of Benj. C. Lytle. We were
deeply grieved on receiving this intel
ligence, and not only do we mourn
With the community the loss of an in
telligent young man, and with his
companions in arms the loss of a good
and faithful soldier, but we also regret
the death of our valuable correspon
dent, whose communications excited
interest in all who read them. May
Lie resting place never be disturbed.
by the ruthless hand of traitors nor
the clashing of arms. We repeat, in
thy secluded sepulchre beneath the
cedars of Beverly's beautiful grove,
hero, rest in peace !
It is amusing to see the rapidity
with which the different commodities
of art and nature have ascended in
the scale of exorbitaney in price since
the levy of taxes has been enforced.
Every article of consumption or appa
rel has advanced in. price, and those,
the price of which at former times ap
peared slight and trivial, aro now
made the more considerable—or incon
siderable. if you •choose—by having
the enormous increase of price impos
ed thereon by the producer anc doubly
increased by. the vender. Such is the
disposition Of man to impose on good
nature. The increase of price in less
significant commodities which formg
ly sold for two cents but now for five,
has we think been owing to the want
of change to the amount of three cent
pieces. A decrease in price in the less
costly articles would fellovr if three
cent pieces in hard or paper .currency
The draft for this district commen
ced in Hollidaysburg on Monday last.
The. following list is the number of men
to be drafted in this county :
Jackson township 27
Barree i 4 22
Porter & Alexandria bor. 1
Franklin township 8
Warrior Mark 16
Henderson " 6
Juniata ti •
Hopewell " 3
Carbon - 89.
Clay " 15
Springfield " 12
Cromwell tp., & Orbisonia bor. 17
Shirleysburg . 3
Shirley tp 1
Dublin - 17
Tell • 20
West tp., & Petersburg bor. 1
MT- Our particular friend Robert
Stewart, of Barree, now at Placerville
Cal., has our thanks for California pa
IA.We are always pleased to hear
from our friends in the army, and
when their letters can be read by the
compositors, and aro of sufficient gen
eral interest, we publish them with
We see in perambulating the roads
that intersect the green fields of grain
and pasture that the farmer's are cul
tivating every piece or patch of
ground of their possession. This is a
very good move end will in the end
be productive of many advantageoUs
results. Our husbandmen can do no
thing wiser, and nothing else that
would be of as great benefit. Owing
to the present condition in respect to
the price of articles of consumption,
which no doubt will continue for some
tithe, cultivators can realize a snug
sum from ready purchasers. • Be wise
and industrious, farmers, and reap a
rich harvest of grain and dollars.
The Great Central Sanitary Fair
will open in Philadelphia, on Tuesday,
the 7th of June, and continue two
weeks. Many of our citizens purpose
attending this Fair; wo have no doubt
they will be highly satisfied and
pleased with their visit. Lot all go
who can make it convenient, and con
tribute in aid of the soldiers' welfare.
Such opportunities are not of every
Believing it to be advisable and judi
cious to open a column for a series of
articles upon the mbral training of
children in the Sabbath School, wo
have allowed the same a space in our
paper. The editor of this column, judg
ing from his introductory, will make
it both interesting and instructive.
On the outside of to days issue
will be found a communication from
Dieffenbach to his uncle in this
place, which has boon permitted us
to publish. His friends, and the pub.
lie in general, will find a graphic oc•
count of the author's experience in
the late battles in Virginia.
How are you, Conscripts t
The draft is again in operation in
thisdistrict,after many postponements.
This we think will be the last, judging
from the aspect of affairs and. the spi
rit of our military leaders. If it sh'ld
be the last, on account of the suppres
sion of the rebellion, then how will
the drafted ones feel who could, if they
had been so disposed in the postponed
period, have received the high boun
ties,. "No use crying over spilled
milk," as the saying is, so also there
will be no use repining over their re
fusal or rejection of the high bounties.
Procraetiration has robbed them of a
4657 The slide on the Bedford Rail
road hati been cleared away, and trains
run regularly twice a day from this
place to Mt. 'Yantis. Trains leave at
7.30 A. M., and 5.40 P. M.
A Bandsorile Contribution
We learn that the citizens of Wal
ker township, on last week forwarded
for the Sanitary Fair, $137,00 in mon
ey, and a box of Sanitary stores. This
we believe was the first liberal contri
bution from this county, making about
$1,58 to each . individual on the 'enroll
Mond Top City House
This popular summer resort has
been opened for the season by Jos.
Morrison & r. S. Miller, of this place.
Egli-Joseph Moore, with his wife and
son, haVe departed from Johnstown to
lowa. A great deal of sympathy had
been manifested in his behalf in the
community, but by this unlooked for
act he deprives himself of a great por
tion of it.
rm. Our neighbor, Miss KATE BUTT
will please accept our thanks fel; a
Or Adj. Wm. Cunningham, of the
110th P. 3r., arrived home on Tuesday
last. His wounds are doing well. He
expects to - be ready for service again
in three or four weeks.
Co. C, 53rd Regt.
By a letter dated 16th ult.,. to a
friend, we have the following list of
killed and wounded in this company :
—Killed--Wm. Shontz, Robt. Hood,
Elijah Crownover. Wounded—Jacob
Magill, G. W. Woodcock, J. C. States,
W. B. Dean, W. Coble, and several
others not named.
rew, Air. Isaac Long will please ac•
cept our thanks for an armful of mam
Letter From the West.
MONMOUTH, ILLINOIS, I
May 23d, 1864.
Friend Lewis:—Not having any
thing else on hand for a few moments,
I have concluded to write once more
for the Globe, a few lines, and if noth
ing, of morn importance crowds on
you, give this a place in your columns,
if otherwise, in your stove. It is now
14 years since myself and family, bid
good bye to old Huntingdon and old
and tried friends; to begin life in the
west." Since that time, scarcely a num
ber of the Globe has missed us, and yet
DO other paper takes its place; the
Globe must be first read, let it come
with what other paper it may. And,
oh, how many sad items its columns
have contained, under the head of
Deaths the names of neighbors,
friends, cousins, father and mother,
have - been recorded, and of late, what
harvests death has been reaping on
the gory fields of our distracted coun
try. And yet, we cannot forget that
many brave boys must fall, before this
cruel war is over; but it is useless to
anticipate; God grant that it may
soon bo over, and armed rebellion dri
ven from our once happy land. Since
I wrote you some time ago describing
the different kind of "copperheads" in
our section of country, I met with a
specimen, I think, different from any
I had ever.met with, abd With your
leave, I will describe it.
First, he wants the rebellion con-
quered, and don't care anything abont,
Slavery—would just as soon that it
would be killed by the war as not.
But ho is opposed to the President and
his plans, and wants the rebels whip
ped, in a constitutional way, and is ptir
titularly opposed to changing the ob
ject of the war, as he says, the Presi
dent has; front preserving the Govern
ment, to destroying Slavery. He believes
the result of the war to be, to save the
Government, and nothing else, and let
the result be, to kill Slavery. And be
cause the President has perverted the
war into a crusade against Slavery,
(those aro his words,) ho considers It
his duty to oppose the Government all
Ile reminds mo very much of an old
fellow, named Fogy, who lived in the
village of Bigotry; his house joined
hard on to one Progress, a go - ahead
young felloW. Well, one night, old
Fogy heard an alarm of fire, and rush
ed out to find his house on fire, his
neighbors rushed to the rescue,
soon all hands were busy, and Prog
ress was working for dear life, and ur.
ging the others to put out the fire, for
as he said, if old Fogy's house was
burnt, his would go too; at this, old
Fogy hauled off, quit work, and pitch , -
ed into Progress, swearing that if the
object of putting out tho firo, was chan
ged from saving his house to saving
the other, they might both burn, and
be d—d, for all he cared.
The weather has been very fine here
for some timo. There has been nt
rain now for two weeks—before that,
the weather was rather wet. The
prospect for the coming crop is good
now, and fruit promises well again.
The farmers aro busy planting corn,
and are in great hopes of a good crop,
as last year was the worst corn crop,
raised in this county since I first saw
it, and the oldest inhabitant is of the
same opinion, Our town is improving
rapidly this season, and business is
very brisk; there is rather a poor
shoW for lawyers and constables, as
everybody who is worth anything, or
can, or who will work, has plenty of
money. Day laborers of the poorest
quality, can got , 1,150 per day; me
chanics in proportion.
The 100 days men, aro filling up in
this State, rapidly. The move is a
hard stroke on the "cops;" poor fel
lows, they don't know just what to do
but they will try to study up some
mischief. Our State I believe, can
boast the strongest secession newspa
per in the United States; the Chicago
it beats tho Richmond Enqui
rer, all hollow.
The following is a copy of the Mus
ter Roll of Co. L 19th Pa. V. Cavalry,
which we are requested to publish.
The company was at Camp White
Station, Tennessee, on the 19th.
Captain, David Ross Miller
Ist Lieut. Wilbur B. Blake
2d Lieut. Jas. A. Rothermel
Ord. Sergeant, Robt. W. Davis
Q. M. Sergeant, Samuel Baker
Com. Sergt. Saml. B. Blake
let Duty Sergt. Eli 11. Myers
2d do Alban G. Knodo
3d do James Morrison
4th do DanieMlicks
sth do Alexander Funk
Ist Corporal, Thomas Wolfkiel
2d do Thomas Taylor
3d do Miles L. Davis
4th do Anthony W. Saltsman
sth do And. J. Knipplo
6th do • Howard G. Starry
7th do John Myers
Bth do And. Dodson
Saddler, Jos'ab M. Hite •
Wagoner, Samuel Dodson
Farrier, John Aungst
B. Smith, Andrew - G. Partchey
Bugler, Wm. H. Bidaman
do Abraham Lucas.
Allen George ill' James
App Christian Longenecker Jas.
Arnold John A. Lewis James
Alspach Wm. H. Lingfelter Michael
Baker Henry McClure Wm. A.
Burket Wm. McLaughlin Cor.
Bryan Isaiah W. Moore James
Boyles Martin Moorehead John
Brady John B. Miller Josiah
Briningor Geo. Myers Henry
Bollinger James Montgomery Mat.
Croyle Philip Miles Samuel G.
Coughenour Wm. Pressill David
Coughenour BlijahPartchey Wm. H.
Cunningham:John Rothrook Saml. A.
Croyle -Wm. Shiro Philip
Dunn Edward Simpson Maybery
Dodrion Albert. Spang David
Dewitt Augustus Taylor Win.
Fraley Samuel Triester Elijah
Franklin Thomas Wilson John C.
Greenwood Geo. Wilson Joseph L.
James John H. Wilson Henry S.
Hampshire Sand. Walters Joseph H.
Hoar SatruelL. Walters Samuel H.
Hoover John Walters. Joseph.
Hanley Samuel Wertz Joseph S. •
*Havens Jackson Zeth George W. L.
Havens John Gehrett David N.
Harris James Grier Samuel
Johnson James Smith Alexander
*Johnson Jos. C. Stratford John F.
Davis Kesler Harris Nelson.
The names of those having a star
affixed, are deserters. Thirty dollars
will be paid for the arrest and deliv
ery of Privates Joseph C. Johnson,
and Jackson Havens; the former's
residence is Altoona, Blair co., and
the latter, Petersburg, Hunt., co., Pa.
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pENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD
TIME OF LEAVING OF TRAINS
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P.M.' P. m.I 0.9.1 A.M. P. M. A. m.l A.N.r.11
4 52 N. Hamilton, 1 43
5 00 6 21 Mt. Union,... 11 20 9 58 1 35
5 10 Mapleton, 1 25
5 15 Mill Creek,... 9 43 1 18
5 29 7 05 0 89 5 49 Huntingdon, 11 01 932 1 07
5 44 ....,.. 6 031PeteriMurg,... 10 47 9 18 12 62
5 52 [Barre° I 112 44
6 68 6 17SpincoCrech, 10 361 0 05 12 38
6 13 Birmingham, 12 23
0 22 6 41 Tyrone, 10 13 1 8 43 12 10
6 32 6 51 Tipton 12 05
0 37 Fostoria 12 00
6 42 7 00 Belle 5104 e,.. 954 8 91 11 55
6038208 El 7 15 Altoona,. 9 4.0 81011 40
P.M. P. M. A. M. A. M. P.N. A. IL 0.14.
The FAST LINE Eitstward leaves Altoom. at 1 20 A.
1,, and arrives at Huntingdon at 2 30 A. 51.
The EMIGRANT TRAIN Westward leaves N. Hamil.
wt. 10 30 A. ill, and arrives at Huntingdon, 11 25 A 51.
In llencierson township, on Friday,
Al ay 6th, 1864, Mrs. MARY JANE HET
nicx, wife of Philip K. Hetrick, aged
27 years, 8 months.
When for otereal worlds sho's gone,
why otouta Wo sit and weep and Mount
b'ep ohe whose spirit took Its flight
To realms of rapture and delight. •
dhOntrs—Tho sold fbrjoy non claps her wings,
..and load her lovely sonnet sings—
:ale t home.
bright angels who from glory come,
Were round herbed, were to her room;
They tame from worlds of spirits Might,
To guide her safe to purer light.
Maus—The soul for joy, &e.
Then husband, mother, dear,
Your wife and daughter sell appear
In that bright world where angels dwell—
The ransomed boat Cod's protect' well.
CHORUS—The soul for Joy, &c. •
Brothers, ebiters, friends, farewell I
I go in distant climes to dwell.
Prepare to mat the 113 you IlenVere
Whore love and joy suprosne Aro gi von.
Cuenca—The soul for joy,
And Is she safe! Yes, wo will say;
Este at home in Reason to-day.
"Waiting for Jesus," elm expressed,
Ilallelujuh/ safe at rest! E. D.
In Johnson county, lowa, on the
23d ult., of inflammation of the bowels,
Marty ESTITER, oldest daughter of Rich
ardson and Louisa A Ilead,,in her 20th
(ILA SSIFICATION of MERCHANTS
VV Lc.in Huntingdon county, by the Appraimer of Met
cactilo Tcceo, for the yearlB6f.
... , .
E P. Walker, • 14 $ 7 00
J. It. Gregory, 14 7 00
William Sloore, 14 7 00
William M. Phillips, 14 7 00
8. W. Myton, 14 • 7 00
J. C. Walker, l4 7 00
Berlin Green, 14 7 00
A. Crownover, 14 700
K J. My ton 4; Co. 14 700
H. Jamison, 14 7 00
Gen - go Eby, 13 10 00
J. Deiffenbaelt, ' 14 700
S. &mist, - - 14 7CO
J. P. Houten, • 14 7 00
J. Ilendorson, 14 7 00
W. A. Orbl.on, 14 • 700
Brown & Roborts, 14 7 00
it. B. Wigton, 10 .. 33 00
Blair & Port, 14 7 00
0. A. Heaton, 14 7 00
J. S. llcrkstresser, 14 7 50
James H. Mitchell, 14 7 00
towel ton Coal Mine Co. 10 20 00
Matthew Dunn, . 14 7 00
James Gleason, 13 . 10 00
Blair & Port, 12 12 50
David Dune, 34 7 00
George Mears, 14 7 00
T. 11. Adams, 34 7 00
It. Ashman, - 14 •• 7 00
D. Birder, 14 7 00
J. E. Orbison, 14 7 00
William Harper, • 74 7 00
James Oren, ;14 7 00
George Sipes, ' 14 7 00
W. O. Swan, 14, 7 00
Jan Q. Adams , 14 7 00
Shorb Stewart dc Co. 11 10 00
J. W. Slattern, 14 7 00
11. A. Bathurst & Co. 14 7 00
ci.A: J. 11.8hoenborger, 10 20 00
Simon Colin, 1 4 . 7 00
David Weaver, • 14 7 00
William P. °Gilson, • 14 , 700
Fisher & Son, 12 • . 12 50
D. P Gwin, 13 10 00
Cunningham & Etnier,. 13 10 00
M. Gutman, 13 10 00
8. S. Smith, 19 10 00
J. A. Brown, 13 10 00
It. Boman - 14 • 7 00
William dolon, 14 '1 00
Joseph Relgger, 14 • 700
Swart. & McCabo, 14 7 00
D. Africa, 14 7 Oft
T. Barnes, 14 7 00
William howls, 14 7 00
W. A. Easton, 14
Wallace & element, 14 2
Z. looter,.. 1.4. - -7 00
M. Fetterloof, - 14 -7 00
• Nathan Corbin, 14 7 00
Lloyd & Henry, o 12 12 60
11. Jonas, 14 7 00
A. B. Cunningham & Co. 19 10 00
Freedom Iron Co. 12 12 50
S. W. Myron, 14 7 00
W. 11. Harper, 14 7 00
It. Mcßurney, 14 7 00
Joseph McElroy, . 14 7 00
It. A. Dorsey, 13 10 00
William Davis, 14 7 00
D. G. Owens, 13 10 00
Penn township. •
William March, . 14 7 00
.T.Spang, 14 7 00
Jsmee Hyle, 14 7 00
Cautner & Buyer, 14 7 00
G. D. Green, 14 7 00
S. Hatfield, 14 7 00
Miller, Foust & Co., Mt. Union, 12 - 12 60
G. McLoughlin, 29 10 00
P.M. Dare, .. 13 10 00
W. A. Frukor, Shirleysbur,o 14 7 00
W 11.11rewster, II 147 00
Leas & Devor, li 14 " 7 00
George Me - Laughlin, 14 ' 700
N. K. Covert, 14 7 00
D Locke, . 14 7 00
D. A. Morrison, 14 7 00
Samuel Miller, ' " 14 . 700
J. Bauman, 13 10 00
J. Douglass, 14 7100
J. Brewster, ' 14 7.00
Warviorsmark township. .
W. C. Vautrlos. 14 7 00
B. P. Patten, 14 7 00
D, 0. Owens & Brother, 14 7 00
J. It. Thompson, 14 7 00
Mrs. IL nylon & Son, 14 ' 7 00.
B. Hartman. 14 7 00
J. C. Walker, IS 7 00
John Cresswell & Son, 13 10 00
William Moore & Son, 13 10 00
Walker & Bollinger, •.14' ' . 7 00
John Read, 10 00
Joseph Johnston, 6 00
NViMem P. liteNite, 5 09
BREWERIES AND DISTILLERIES,
IX IL Pow,
T. Crouse. Huntingdon,
Philip U. Eli er, Alexandria
S. Winetnscher, 10 00
Richard Hyman, 10 00
Mrs. Sarah Willson, 10 00 .
J. A. Wilson, 10 00
R. Neff, 1000
Tama Kelley, 10 00
Henry Africa, 10 00
G. Whorley, - 10 00
Jain Fret), 10 00
V. Brown '
Summers & Murray,
An arp al will bo held by the undersigned at the Trees
titer's Office to the borough of Huntingdon, on Enlistslay,
the 18th day of next. Persona wishing to appeal
will apply on or before that day, as none will be granted
R. MeDIVITT, Mercantile Alipraieer.
NOTICE.—By An net of AsseMbly !teased the Ilth day
of April, 1882, it to made the duly of the County Treamir
er to sue out all licenses not lifted on or before the first
day of July. Persons having licenses to lift, will BEM
coats by calling and lifting the same previous to that
time, as those not lifted within the time prescribed by
law, will positively be placed In the hands of a proper et
liter for collection.
Huntingdon, Juno 1,1881,
DAVID BLACK, Co. Trari
1, Tho Draft for sub.districte deficient ander the cane
tor 700,000 mon will commence at the Ileathniattete of the
District Provost Marshal of 17th District, Penna., at not
lidayshurg, on Monday, the 20th day of May.,
2.1. The assignment of credits for volunte fa *ill be
continued notwithstandien the draft.
ALEX. M. LLOYD; Capt: & Pro. Mar.,
liolliikqeborg,,ma23-1t 77th PM., Pa.
B m.tino Cigars and . To6accd for
salo LoWia' Book Stoke .
Fhe Huntingdon Car Company,
rfrilE COrPorators of the Huntingdon
GAR COMPANY wilt meet to organize in tho Court
Hume to the bufotigh of Huntingdon on Tlxhrsday, the,
18th dal; Of SIINTI.`IB6I, dt.tito o'clock in tho afternoon.
. . . . .. , ...
A punctual attpnilanco is requested. • • •
Algunonillobsith , Wm. P. Schell
nathmel Wilson . ' ' 11. B. 11'igtori '
John Rommel. Jr: ' kreltandk:r Port -
Robert hors Powell . .I,olin B. Given
Seth Caldwell :lathes Maguire
L, T. Wattson, David Dunn
Miwrie Waltlor ikivlit Blair
J. B. Baker John Scott
William Cummins • William P. Orbizon
John Fulton 3. D. Mlles
P. Bandorandar. ' William Dorris, .14.:
Huntingdon, Juno 1, 1861-31
Fancy and Extra Family Flout $3,00@8,25
Common and Superfine . $7,50@7,00
Rye Flour - • , 4 . 4 00
Corn Meal... 11 bl $5,50
Extra White Wheat $1,75(42,00
Fair and Prime Rod t1.,24 . 51,84
Corn, prima Yellow $1,21
Barley Malt, 14 besl,6s
Cloverreed, 1164 lbs $B.OO
Timothy - $2,75@3,00
Extra Family Flour's bbl $7,75@8,00
Extra do It cwt 4,00
White Wheat..., 1 60
lied Wheat • 150
Rye 1 10
Corn I' o s
Cloverseed 6 50
Fluxeeed 2 , 00
Dried Apples ........................... ............. .. : .... ....2,00
[Estate of, OSS° Gorsuch, deed.]
Mess of Laving )wen granted to the
undersigned, on the estate of Jesse Gorsuch, late of Oneida
townebtp, deceased. All persons knowing themeelrea
indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate
payment, and those. having claims, to present them prop.
erly authenticated, for settlement.
May 2541 t Administator.
.A . UDITOR'S NOTICE.
Estate of William Hays, deed.
The undersigned, Auditor, appointed by the Orphans'
Mort to distribute the balance in the bands of Robert
Johnston, administrator de bonis non, &c., of William
Hays, deed., will attend to the duties of his appointment,
at his office iu the borough of Huntingdon on Tuesday,
the 21st day of June, next, at one o'clock, P 21, when
and where them who have claims will present them, or
they will be forever debarred from coming in upon the
J. D. CAMPBELL,
Mantiogdon, May 18,186.1. Auditor.
ADAIINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. .
[Estate of Jno. Cunningham, dec'd.}
Letters of administration upon the estate of John
Cunningham, into of Barran tp., Huntingdon county, doc'd
laming been granted to thn undorsigned, nil portions in
debted to tho estate rill mnko payment and those Laving
claims Will present them for settlement.
May 11, 1864, 0 Administrator.
[Estate of Daniel 'Weight, deed.]
J utters of Administration upon the estate of Dani,l
Weight, Tate of ll'arrim smirk ip, decd., having been gran
ted to the undersigned, all persons haring claims against
the estate aro requested to present them to the under•
signed, and all persons indebted will motto Immediate
payment. ADitAIIANI WF.IGIIT,
A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.-
[Estate of James Gill ilaud, deed.] '
tiers of Administration upon the estate of J1111)(1 Gil
liland, iota of Cromwell township, Huntingdon county,
deed, having been granted to the undersigned, all persons
having claims against tho istate are'reguested to present
them to tho undersigned, and all persons indebted will
make Immediate payment. JAMES HARPER,
•. ! Provost Marshal's Office, llth District, Penna. )
Hollidaysburg, May 10, 1861. J .
0 0 T I C E !
N . All persons claiming exemption from the coming
draft fair the following reasons, will make immediate alw
plication to this ofilco with satisfactory proof, Se.
let. All persons who have arrived at the ago of forty
2d. Ail peraons manifestly physically or mentally unfit
34. Such persons as are nt this time actually and legal
ly In the military or naval service of the United States.
4th. Such persons as bare scrVeil in thenillitary or
naval service two years or more during the present War
and have been honorably discharged: •
ALEX, Al, LLOYD, Capt. k Pro. Mar.
may 18,1564 17th District, Poona.
HE ladies, will find a largo assortment
of Dress Goode, Cloak Cloths, Sun Shades, Itoolevv,
G ovoo, &c., &c. at mall-41 LLOYD &
. Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron .
~VSaXIU.f Et 0 'lt • 0 3.* 'y
• HUN TIN GD ON, PA.
TIM subscribers inform the public
generally, that they hove leased from Mr. Benjamin
hie tin shop, in the borough of Iluntingdon,
where they Intend to keep constantly on hand a general
Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron Ware,
which they will sell wholesale and retail.
Spouting and Tin Roofing done on short notice.
They will also keep on band a general assortment of
Pittsburg and Philadelphia
Gas Consuming Cook and Parlor Stoves
Odd plates furnished for stoves; Firs Brick, Sc., Copper,
Brass and Iron Kettles on hand. Extra Stove Polhill,
Stove Brushes, Sc.
W Old Copper, Brave, Pewter, Lend, and Rage, taken
W. S. WALKER S BRO.
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS ! !
25 PER CENT. CHEAPER THAN
AT COFFEE RUN STATION,
Would respectfully call the attention of life old patrons
specially, and the public to general, to his extensive
stock of well selected new Goods, just received from the
Eastern cities, consisting, in part, of
en Ware, Notions,
llats and Caps, Boots and
Shoes, Bonnets, Shawls, Circu
lars, Hardware, Q,ueensware, Gro
ceries, Wood and Willow-ware, Tobacco,
Segars ' Nails, Glass, Provisions,
Oil, Fish, Salt, Tinware, Cop
per Ware, Drugs and
and all other articles kept in a first class country store;
all selected with the greatest rare and snitch were pur
chased dr cash only, and affords lain to sell them at A
very low figure. The public will find it to their advan
tage to call and examine our unsurpassed stock, before
ptirchasing elsewhere: No pains will be spared in allow
log our Goods. Ladies are specially invited to examine
oar largo stock of fashionable dress goods; Shawls, Cir
culars, Furs, And a great variety of Woolen Goods, nosh,-
AB kinds of produce taken In exchange et the highest
markot prices—Cash not refused. By strict Attention to
the wants of customers, we hope to receivo a continuation
of the liberal patronage with which we ltdre been hereto
fore favored. Como one and all, sad Tar.
NeW Goode received daily.
0p16.1864 FIIION CONN.
HOUSEKEEPERS, ATTENTION !
Yon all want a CLOTHES WRINOEI2, in order
to got through your washing earlier, eparo year strength
and at thesame time save enough in the Wrilr Of clothes*
by using a Wringer, to pay for it in sin months, at the.
present price of cotton. Wringers that kayo token the
Mr-KIM OVER ALL OTHERS in the market, for sale et the
Hardware Store of Fe 9,1804 JAMES A.BHOWN.
THE undersigned having purchased
from T. Newell his interest In the Alexan
dria Brewery, the business will hereafter be 71,1,
carried on under the COLDER '
of N. 0. COLDER
CO, and old customers and the public general- •
ly are informed that all orders will receive
prompt attention. E. O. COLDER A , CO.
la CO ES . •
CIERTIFICATE No. 190, for Five
ki Shires Stock of the Huntingdon A Broad Top Rail
road Co., dated May 27th, 1854, in tde namo of Stevens,
Holllngshead & Co. All persons aro cautioned against
negotiating the same, application having been made for a
renewal of certificate.
STEVENS, MOLLINOSILEAD & CO.
FIRE ! FIRE ! FIRE !
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY in the
Lycoming County Alutual Insurance
It being the best conducted and Bakst Company in the
State. Their capital is over 2,000,000 Dollars, and have a
perpetual charter, and now over twenty-three years in
operatton,aud during that time have paid over $1,000,000
for damages done by fire, without being one dollar in debt.
The company cantinaes to insure all kinds of property
from loss by fire for nee years, with a premium note—
Also Insure property, goods, Sie., &c., for three, site, nine,
and twelve months, atid for two or three yearn without
a premium note and without assessments, and at a lower
rate Iliad any' other company. Please give the under
signed a call, who bas been agent of the company over
twenty years: . DAVID BNARE, Agent.
liantiog,du, April ,
- - •
V I CUMIXE • 11 CAX` Male .
THE undersign6d- offer' the. Farm on
wbleh they reside, in West township, Hilliting‘loll
County, at pcivnto,sale. It is . sit situated three miles from
Petersburg, and tiro saine distarieo from Ittilifoact and
nnl. It contains three htimired and forty-nine acres and
gaud liuihlidgo. and about ono hundred and
fifty acres deuced, and well 4 ii-Aca for n stock farm.
J. S. MAUI/nig,
npri 119,186 i-ff. ItACUEL 3.1d.(4C11RE,
Tho undersigned will offer • at public sale on the preml
On Wednesday the let day of June nest ,
All tIME certain .farm now occupied by him, situate in
Darren township, adjoining lands of Robert Awning, Eel- ,
ly Johnston, Elizabeth Rudy's heirs mid others, eentsiri
log two hundred and fourteen acres, more or leas, 100 of
which are cleared, having two dwelling houses, a log barn,
a fine apple orchard, Sm., thereon. Inunediato Possession
given. 'Perms: Ono third in hand,' and the balance
two equal annual payments, to be secured by bonds and
mortgage. [mayll] DAVID laulrmr.R.
A TRACT OP LAND AT PUBLIC
SALE IN SHIRLEY TOWNSHIP.
V ie subscribers offer tit PriTato Sale; Tract of 360
. 061 bf Land, Mord or less,loo of which are cleriied and
under cultivation, situate in tlio obi line of Huntingdon
county, Shirley township, (now Mifflin county,) adjoin
ing Orel:award Furnace property on all Sides. There Is
a good oro bank, and between 70 and 30 acres of on apple
orchard On the premises. The principal part Is well, tint
bored, and a stream of %veto - tuns through the propetly,
If this property As not sold at private sale before the
second Monday in August. it will on that day be offered
at public sale in the Court llonse in the borough of Jinn
TERMS OF SALE.—One half, tbe purchase-money to be
paid on confirmation of sale, the balance payable to melt
the purchaser, to be secured by bonds and mortgage.
• LEVI 011APLIN,
Huntingdon, ap27 • • NANCY HOLDER.
A FARM AT PRIVATE SALE.
TFARM contains 220 Acres, more'
or less,7o of which are cleared and in a good state of
cultivation, with running water in every field. 20 acres
are partly denied for pasture, well adapted for meadow;
the balance is well timbered.
The improvements ore a good two story dwollinglionse,
with basement and cellar ; and n never failing well at the
door; log and Frame barn, wagon shed with cornerips, And
other outbuildings an orchard of choice bearing fruit .
trees. The Parra is susceptible of great Improvements
and productiveness and could be made to be one of the
best stock farms in the township. There le also one of
the best natural locations for n water ' , elver with twenty
feet of fall on the premises.
It ie situated in Blacklog Valley, Shirley township,
consaniont to school and mill,und within 12 mike of tho
rennsylvania Railroad aud Canal at Mount Union.
. . • .
It will be sold on reasonable arul woman:slating terlnst
Title indisputable. For further particulars call on the
subactiber In ,Elacklog Valley, Shirley township.
Aprill34m. EDWARD ZUERNER, Agent,
VALUABLE TOWN PROPERTY
In pnrsuance of an order of tim Orphans' Court of
Huntingdon ccunty the andersigned Will offer at public
sale on the premises, - ' •
On Saturday, the 4th day of Inn% 1864, ,
at ono_ o'clock on sold day, the following described real
estate, which was . mtnod by 11. T. White, Estp, lola of
the borough of Huntingdon, deed.: All that certain lot of
ground altun to In ftho borough of Huntingdon, fronting
fifty feet on Washlngton street and extending Luck at
sight angles thereto XOO feet to Mifflin street, bounded on
the east by lot of Willlant Peightal, on the west by lot of
Major T. P. Campbell, being lot N 0.31 in the plan of said
borough, and having thereon a two story log house.
Also—A. certain lot of ground in saki borough of Hunt
ingdon, fronting on the north aide of Mifflin street fifty
feet, and extending funk therefrom 200 feet to Church
street, bounded on the east by lot of Henry Hazzard, nod
on the west by lot of William Brooks, being lot No. 177
In the plan of said •borougli.
OP SA I.lJ—One half of the purchase money to
be paid on confirmation of the sale awl the robins in
ono year with interest, to ho secured by the bonds and
mortgage of the purchivier. A. P. WHITE, •
ORPIIANS' COIJILT SALE
dQI-li.i 0. WEIGUT,
Mill Creek Furnace Property;
In pursuanco of an order of the Orphans' Court of Hun
tingdon county the undersigned will expose to public
8010 on tho premises,
On Thursday, the 2d day of Sayre, 1864,
At two o'clock, on said day, The interest of Genf.
James Irvin, deceased, in all the following described real
estate Situate in said county, known as "The Mill Creek
Furnace Property,. 'viz •
All the ono undivided half part of a tract of land situ
ate In the township of Brady near the mouth of MB
Creek, containing 180 arms and 40 perches, about 80 acres
of which are cleared and in a good state of cultivation,
having thereon a large blast Furnace with necessary ma
chinery for blowing the same either by steam or water;
an excellent grist mill, with four run of stones, Smut ma
chine, &c., n saw mill, a full complement el dwelling
houses for manager and hands to reside In; all of which
buildings are near the Penna. Canal.
Also—The one undivided half part of a piece or parcel
of laud adjoining the above tract nod lying between the
same and the Juniata River, containing 16 acres and 121
perches; said lands include Mill Creek from the line of
the above mentioned tract to its junc; ion with the Juni
ata river, and is good bottom land with t we dwelling hen
tea erected on it.•-
Also-The ono undivided half part of a tract of land ad
joining the two above mentioned Insets end tho•Juniatn .
river, purchased from J. t.l. Milliken, containing 32
acre. nod 120 perches; upon which are built three dwell. ,
lug houses, stables, be., also, alargo frame dwelling house
called the “Mallflioll House fronting the turnpike and
canal, Willi commodious grounds, garden, yard, outhon
see, be. •A substantial wharf Is built and a railroad lead
ing therefrom to the furnace ; about two)tundred yards
on this tract. Also—the one undivided half part of nine
tracts of unseated Minis situate In the sold township of
Brady and Henderson, convenient to the said furnace, nil
of which ore well timbered, vie; One tract containing 400
cares, surveyed on a warrant in tho name of Daniel Ott ;
another containing 331 acres and 31 porches, in time name
of Adam Houck ; another containing 400 acres in the
name of Andrew Durgart , another containing 412 acres.
in the name of Frederick Dates; another containing 414
acres and 151 perches, in the name of Lewis Lamer; an
other containing 400 acres, in the names of S. ill. Green
and J. H. Dorsey ; another an improvement right in, the
name of Was. Lightner, containing, three hundred acres
and the other, a tract containing about 20 acres in the
name of S. M. green, adjoining the furnace tract, John
(Madman and others. •
Also—The ono undivided halfpart of a tract of land sit
uate in same township, containing about 140 acres. of
which about 90 acres aro cleared and finder a good state
of cultivation, adjoining lands of Jacob Miller, Wm. 11u
cbartau, and the J n Wahl river, ly i ng on the Juniata below
and including canal and turnpike; on which are erected
two dwelling houses and a good frame barn; said tract is
known no 'Sugar Grove" or "Rod House" tract.
Also—The one undivided half part of a tractor land con
taining 148 acres and 48 perches, sitnato in said township
about one mile east of the said furnace 'adjoining lands
ofJamesLana and others, about fifty acres of which aro
cleared; this tract is known by tho name of "Duncan
Also—The ono undivided half part of a tract of land
situate in said township of Denderson; containing 197
acres and 134 perches, sltuateabout three miles northeast
of the Furnace, on the waters of Mill Creek—adjoining
lands of Thomas Reed, Michael Hawn and others, having
about 50 acres cleared. This tract is known as the "Ware
field farm." •
Also—The ono undivided half part of nil the Interest
which J. 11. Dorsey bad, and held in and ton tract of land•
containing 306 acres and 36 perches; surveyed on - a war
rant in the name of Israel Plenningtoa, on - which
Dorsey Ore bunts, situate in Warriorsmark and Franklin
townships in said counly.
Also—The ono undivided half part of seven adjoining
tracts of unseated lands situate on Steno • Mountain In
Henderson and West townships in laid county; one thereof
in the name of Abraham Dulbeld, snottier in the name of
Samuel Ayres, another to the name ofJeisso Hawkins, an
other In the name of Thomas Mitchenor, and another In
the name of William Mitchel:ler, containing together •
about 3000 acres.
TERMS OF SALE.—One half of the !imam° In hand
upon confirmation of sale, and the balance In one ywcr
th intorect, to be secured by bond and mortgao of the
purchaeor. ' illAitY ANN IRYIN,
L..i.14L. W. WOIIELSDORV, Clork 0. C.
The above described Furnace le situate on the Penns.
Railroad and Canal et Mill Creek; the woodland attached
is within convenient distance. In addition to the well
known ore of the Dorsey Ore Bank, which now .supplies
the furnace, the best fossil and hematite ores are access',
tile, at Bloody Run, and out be carried direct front the
11111103 to the furnace by ruiltuad,
The Furnace is now in blast, and thus affords one of
the best opportunities likely soon to ho given to persons
desirous of necking a good investment In tho iron business!
The undersigned executors of the will of John llECaltan
deceased, by virtue of the authority given by sold will, at
the same thou cud place that the interest of Cent. Irvin
is advertised to ho sold, will offer also the interest' of John
51'Calmn, deed., in the came property, being the ow/ un
divided fourth. port, upon the slime terms.
JOIN' If. ITOAIIAN,
Executors of John 3l'Cahau,
T .11 GREENE,
ty • DENTIST.
Office removed - to opposite the store of
D. P. Owln, in tho . square, 11111 street,lluntingdon, Pa.
Late Raid at illarkles6nrg, Station !
HASTEN TO THE RESCUE!,
COME ONE, COME ALL, AND SEE
THE NEW CHEAP CASH STORE
BOYER & CANTNER,
MARKLESBURG STATION, •
On the Huntingdon & Broad Top Baitroad:
TEETS'S THE PLACE TCRCTY CHEAP'
FOR VELlii CASH. •
Having just opened our
Spring and Summer Stock of Goo*,'
We cordially Invite tho public to cell and 000 it, before
purchasing elsewhere, We Lave a superb variety of
Beautiful lir figure, excellout in quality, and low to price.
We also keep on hand Domestic Goods, Quoenswaro,
Groceries, and all other things usually kept in stores,
with a orlillelent vatiety,of qualities. and prices to suit
every tests. Try us, and be, convinced.
IR addition to the above we have a very 91,860115 Intra
room, in tvhich all goorls received troth, and to be forwar
ded over tho Huntingdon it Broad Top itailroad will ho
safely stored: milli called on by our respeotiro pntrOns;•
and all business that con bo done for the lionefit of the
Railroad Coinpany will bo faithfuilly discharged by us.
• . DOTEIt CANTNEIC:
ORPHANS' co,URT SALE.
Estate of 11. 1"; White, Esq.
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
sata. 11. Ci. PlSlLiiii. -
FISITER & SONg
+' ~ :
STAPLE & FANCY DRY-GOODS
HAgDSOME giti% d doODs
of all Ml:la p is now open tar 40 Inspection of thoyablle.
and 7VO cordially il/ Yio all our easterners and the pubiki_
generally, to call and to, convinced that we are tameqtitel..
Icd,ln tho quail% Mato, styleoaqd pricei of our QM&
Weeequast the public .to . hear tilted 'tilt we -put.
cbsee principally, from, first bands In Now York, pal
Case tot' all lira buypand =mint be
ties for sporting for public use, a stock 'of General Mere
GRAIN, FLOUR, ARO FEED:
NV.E : ARE .PREPARED TO PUB„
chum all kinds of GitAlll,:for Avhish•Ro will pay.,tL
highest' Ods iiivoh - aud will have foi aatoit - alt iltn I` .
PLASTER! PLASTER ! I
~ ~ .t-_
W,E HAVE a'n EAMENSE,STOOIt
of PLASTEE,• nu molt ekily farads andneighbiitifie
counties!. uMITI elproasly forgsludirge.it v
can product fines and zrbro desirable efeck Ulan can usu;
ally bo bod
SALT!,.AI.TI . .'. - .:
-o ' ---
WE exvn 500 BBL'S. of SPI;Ekj
did ONOiTDAIGAI,IIALT, unognallod in quality and print...
O. A;Balt Backe la also kept ooriitaniii on hand.
10 Ebb. MACKEREL
10 " No. 2
20 " . N 0.2 "
Quarter Barrels and altos a a to *4'4
• , •
WE Aiit AT -ALT; TlSits PEA,
pared to buy SUMAC, will pay Coil gada, as de-ai;s4:
0- ' 4
THE HIGH PRICES R~IL'ING FOIE
Cotton Goads bag compelled public attention to be more.
especially directed , to tile culture of Flax: It een be mad
by some .attentrou, &tea' the de i st sdlneblc piciatitte
farmer can prodace an acre icfadlly producing 60 to 60
Dollars Worth of films and seed. Great care should la-
taken by growers to bare theft' Flax spread very; thin
when rolling; 'Sten watered sufficiently on ono side, It
should be turned, and enbleci to eiporrare natfl:ail the
stalks got a grey color, and the Iffit roVadlly sepaiatott
front the wood by a gbutle rub. ,
It ohould on a Tory dry day be tied fit header; dud re
then ready for the mill. As a general thing toe nide'
reed is eaWu on au acre. 'Unless the groundle very riehr
one Bushel per acre Is sufficient. If the ground le
strong one and ono fourth bushel ix =lasi
Deo 16,166 i,