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Wednesday 'morning, May. 5, 1869,
WM. LEWIS, - • ' ; ;
EDIT ORS HUGH LINDSAY,
The "Globe" has the hirgest' number of
readers of any other paper. published in the
county. , Advertisers should remember this.
Hon. BAWL. J. MORRELL,
OF CAMBRIA COUNTY.
[Mina to tho decielon of the Republican State Conven
To Our Friends and Patrons.
Until wo give notice to the contrary,
we will issuo to all paying us money
on subscription to 'Globe, advertising,
job work' and old storo bills,
cheeks for presents in our Enterpriso.
Now is the time to subscribe, ,adver
-Use, have your bills, etc., printed; and
'f&r . all indebted to us to pay up:*
SENATORIAL CONFERIINCE. - 7WO pro-
pose Thursday the 20th inst., the day,
and Huntingdon the place, for the
meeting of the Republican Senatorial
Confererfee of this district. Will -our'
brother editors of the Other counties
give their 'Conferees notice.
>a-Colonel Robert Johnson,' son of
Ex-President Johnson, died at Green
ville, Tennessee, on the 22d ult.
Hartranft, Auditor General,
is being pressed forward by his friends,
as a candidate for Governor.
vs.. The East Pennsylvania Railroad
'has hen leased to the Philadelphia
and. Reading' Ral,lroad for 999 years.
, gek..A . rnmor is prevalent in Wash
ington that our government is about
to recognize the belligerent rights of
the Cuban patriots.
gii-Candiciates for Governor; Legis
lature and so on down to Coroner, are
'becoming as numerous as flies in a
sugar barrel in July.
na.The English newspapers are
'unanimous in their condemnation of
Senator Sumner's speech on the Ala-
1311 M& claims
The Supreme Court of Pennsyl-
vania mot at Harrisburg on Monday,
for the consideration of cases from tho
central part of the State.
A. G. Curtin, recently ap
pointed and confirmed as Minister to
Russia, will leave for St. Petersburg
some time in Juno next.
Ba_Hon. Arnold Plumer, died at
his residence in Franklin, Pa., last
week. He was at ono Limo a promi
nent Democratic politician.
The Post Office Department re.
'quired Patrick H. Jones, recently ap
pointed Postmaster at Neiv York, to
give bonds in the sum of $750,000.
Thirty thousand minors in the
Schuylkill and Luzern') anthracite coal
regions have voted to suspend work.
They want more pay for digging the
black diamonds. '
us„,A. Republican Convention is to
be held at Houston, Texas, on the
24th inst., for the purpose of reconci
ling the ; two Lotions of . the party and
to nominate State officers.
'utlik.A.t Covington, Kentucky,, re
cently, judgment was rendered against
A. W. Darling, of Carrolton, in favor
of the Government, for 8200.000, for
'evasion of the tax on whiskey.
sei-A. young soldier who went to
Washington some time Bince as an ap
plicant for a Consulate, having spent
all his money and pawned ,his watch,
has gone to driving cart. at $1,50 per
diem for a street contractor.
aga'The Berks & Schuylkill Journal
thinks that Forney's trips to the SOuth
moan something, : It • says that "For
ney will locate down South. and turn
up a United States Senator before ho
is ton years older'." ' "
gax..Horaoe ' Greeley was last week
appointed by the President one of the
five Commissioners to make a final
examination of the Pacific Railroad
bat declined, and Gen. Walbridge, of
New York was appointed in his place.
ihilf'The oldest railroad depot in the
country, that of tho Germantown and
Philadelphia Raitread; Which was erec
ted in 1832,.was destreyed'on Wednes•
day night by fire. The loss was very
heavy, as tho building was full of cars
A 63 -The Secretary of the Interior
has decided an actual change of resi
dence or abandonment of land enter
ed under the Homestead act, for more
than six months at any one time,
works a forfeiture thereof to the 9-o,i
Seii"Seriousrio4s occurred in London.
derry,lreland, on Wednesday, between
the.Orangemen —and .Romanists.• 'The
militaiy and policevete
suppress the disturban . co, and
the rioters were killed: - and several
. . • t- •
~.sta„CommissiOners appointed: to as
certain 'the amount-of damage done to
property •in the herder counties of
Pennsylvania during the rebel in"va
;Sion have. completed their allotment.
The total' amount claimed is $1,321,-
031. 34, and the amount allowed 0,093,-
951 52. •
I. 0, of 0, F.
The 26th of April was the fiftieth
anniversary of the institution in this
country of the Indopendent7'grder of
Odd Fellows. , 4_t was celebrated .-by
all the lodgeerthrOughOut , the 'United
States and esPenially in Philadelphia,
where a grand national celebration
took place. It is estimated that not less
than 50,000 of the brethren participa
ted in the exorcise_s. A§,EOMO of our
readers may, want to hnow the . origin
of theinatitiltien in" this country, for
their benefit we append a brief pare,
graph in relation thereto :
On the 26th of April, 1819, Thomas
Wildey, of - Baltimore, uniting himself
with four others, instituted the first
lodge Of Odd Fellows in the United
States. They wore Englishmen, and
attached the lodge, which they !lathed
the. Washington L0dge,,X0.„1, , , to . the
',llanchest,or Unity,"- the main _body
ofßritish Odd Fellows, and received
a charter , from - .them,' under ::which
tfiOY began'te work and expand, arid
ivhieh,.,on the fiftieth ap riiverSary,
rivals, in point of numbers, any, other
similar' organization in. the.coutiliy.
- That the institution is ono - worthy
in all respects, cannot' be' denied, for
it has, lived and fieurished for fifty
y-ears and is in a better :condition .to.
day than ever •before.. In order
show a bird's-eye view of its progress
and usefulness,._we add in the
year 1860, according to the official re
turns, there Were in the :United States
3,548 lodges, With 178,818 memberti. l —
paid for 'relief in ; that
year was $548,756, and' other charita
ble. purposes $72,459. The whole
'amount thus expended for the . thirty
years-prier to 1860 was $8,478,528.
Since 1866 the 'order has largely' in
creased, and it is estimated that ,there
are now over 4,000. lodges iu existence
numbering probably 300,000 members;
the annual incOme'of the order for the
year 1860' is rated at $2,500,000, of
which over.$1,200;000 was expended
in relieving the.nocessities of sick or
needy brethren and otherwise employ
ing it in. charitable' objects—a truly
munificent Contribution, which cannot
fail,to elicit the highest praise.
ger'For eight yeara n Senator Sprague
of Rhode Island has occupied a seat
in the United States Senate, and
but little was hoard of him. All at
once, however, and just at the close of
the session, he leaps into notoriety, by
denouncing everybody and everything
in general but the Senator from Rhode
Island. In his last diatribe he likened
somebody into a "puppy," and Sena
tor Abbott, of North Carolina, thought
it :Applied to him, whereupon he de
clared that Sprague must retract or
he would "slap him over the snoot."
For a day or two, matters looked as
though Washington, was to have a
real sensation in the. way of a duel,
and that somebody:---either Sprague
or 'Abbott—would got hurt. Thus
matters stood until Senators Sumner
and Pool entered the ring as pacifiea
tors, and after a little diplomacy, Ab
bott was persuaded to write a note to
Sprague asking.whether ho intended
to apply the offensive' remark to him.
Sprague replies without hesitation that
he did not, and so what might have
been a bloody- and tragic affair,' ends
happily for all concerned. After the
. was 'settled, for both would
fight but neither wanted to very bad.
ly, it is said that Abbott was jolly and
ve-The irrepressible Valfandigharn
is endeavoring to show that he did not
cause the defeat of Mr. Chase at the
Democratic National Convention on
the 4th of July last. Ho says that if
Seymour had proposed the nomination
of Chase, "Chase; would have boon
nominatek,and President to-day, and
the Democratic • party with its bold,
brave men at the front, in power."
Val. may-be•ootrect-as to the nomina
tion,of Chase, bat aa to' his election,
that's another thing. The complexion
alb° ruling spitits ,of that,Conven-
Mop, would have swamped.even Grant
himself, to gay nothing of an old fossil
Em.A dispatch frOm Key yirestwhich
we can hardly credit . , atatos that a
,Spanish commander in Cuba has issued
an order providing for a general exe
cution of native men and bdys, for a
general burning of- houses, and for' a
general, kidnap Ping of women, If
suelmt,proclamation has been issued,
.and it is not immediately 'withdrawn
and the author severelypuriished, there
.will boastorm Of indiinatiOn through
out the civilized world that will bode
ill-to Spanish domination in Cuba, and
arouse a sympathy in this country for
the revolutionary Cubans that Will yet
119 n!", A ! (-1:;, Curtin!
-11 on. A:: G. 'Curtin, our newly-ap
pointed I,tii3ister to Russia, was sere
naded.one night Nit week, at his resi
doncein Philadelphia, by about four
hundred ''soldiers and a number 'of per
Sena' Triend4.- AboUt rnidnght
,Governor. appeared. at Aka door Of his
: residence, and addressed the crowd in
his;Usual happy and felicitOui3 style.
•-,.le"Under tho head of-" Lively times
again,"•the IN: -Y. "Herald • says that
"two 'niurde'r cubs Oe'now under in
vcstlgation -iti,tho city, and ono murder
of six porsonsjust across tho 'river in
the suburbs!! Truly, the 'morals -of
Gotham are tvretchOd, and getting no
better fast: • _
lgrAn immense meeting was held
at the Academy of Itlusio, in Philadel
phia, on Friday.. evening last, to sym
pathize> with - the .struggling Cubans:
Speeches were deliveri!d by Hon. Wm.
D. Kelley, COI. Joshua Owen, Col. A.
K. McClure and
,others. !Die resolu
tions unanimously adopted, "declared'
that Cuba, of right, should be free and
independent; that as people, we will
labor to encourage generous sympathy
for the noble patriots of that Island in
their struggle," &c., &c.
gre•All that is necessary to raise a
breeze in the Senate'is, for one Senator
to call another a "puppy," (for the
definition of the word consult Sprague
or , Abbott) and then--pistols and
coffee for two. If we - wero'to fly into
a rage and threaten to lick somebody
every Limo we are called ugly' . names,
wo would be cernpelled to employ , a
man to edit our, paper while we wept
out-to fight•,duels, and wo hardly
know 'which would be the most prof-
Prable•'"way of making a living; 'for
we have flavor tried tho lattor.
Crime in . high life is prevailing
to an alarmiogextent in Paris. It
appears that the, passion for dress,and
every other form oteostly display, the
insatiable luxury, and' tho greed: for
gold, have led women of the Judst re
fined and aristocratic families to it life
Of abandon. -The dotailEi as we read
'them r aro sielieningin the extreme, and
we would - that they could be blotted
n.Gonoral Lee arrived in Wash
ington on Saturday and had a long
interview.withthe President in rela
tion to matters in Virginia and other
Southern States. Woncierif they said
anything about a little• affair thitt, oc
curred under apple tree in 1865 ?
nEirA short time ago an order'was
issued from the War Department, to
stop recruiting for the regular army,
and the other day an order was issued
to resume it again, as speedily as pos
sible. The curious want to know
Thursday last, Louis Lane
(colored) was hanged in the jail yard
at Pittsburg, for the murder of his wife
by poisoning last May. Ho was 'for
inerly a slave in Virginia, and has had
six wives, five of whom died suddenly,
with strong evidences of poison.
The Latest Cuban News.
The latest Cable despatches from
Cuba state that the insurrection has
taken new life. The revolution in the
Eastern Department is gaining
strength. The Spanish troops in that
portion of the island are suffering
greatly from sickness. The Cubans
are besieging and constantly harassing
them, and the capture of various con
voys causes a scarcity of supplies and
ammunition in the Spanish ranks.
Tho Spaniards aro.growing desper
ate. Via Key West we have the atro
cious news that the Commander of the
Spanish forces' in the Eastern Depart
ment of Cuba has ordered that every
native male over - fifteen years of ago,
found away from his residence, shall
be executed !
• Secondly, That every uninhabited
dwelling, and every inhabited dwell
ing, where a white flag is not displayed,
shall be reduced to ashes !
-And, Thirdly, That all women
away from their houses shall come to
Bayamo or Jiguari, or they will be
taken thither by force. Such inhu
manity sholud quickly Meet the aven
ging sword of justice ! God Speed the
'cause of freedom in down-trodden
'Cuba, and bring her swift release frOm
Maiuo has a "potato king."
Worcester, Mass., claims that her
oldest inhabitant is 107.
lowa complains. of a "threatened
deluge of wild pigeons."
'Sussex county, N. J., prOducee 25,-
000 tons•of zinc ore annually.
Orchard mice aro deetrOying fruit
trees in Maine by the 'thousand. •
Thornr(3' 45 American artiste, in
A good maple sugar crop is' report
ed in Vermont.
, Flattering accounts of promising
crops come from all parts of the South.
There was still good sleighing in
New Hampshire 'April the 21st.
Philadelphia is now within 73 hours'
travel of Now Orleans.
John C. Brockinridgo is to bo cho
sen, a member of the Kentucky Legis
First-class private houses in Paris,
in good localities, rent at from 0000
to 820,000 per annum in gold.
Texas now has within, her borders
more than 8,000,000 head of cattle, and
'can export annually 1,000;000 beeves.
Gargaroff, the wealthiest merchant
in' Moscow, is the grandson of a serf.
His father was a poor shoemaker.
Savannah, Ga , going to have a
'baby show on t,ho first of May, the
judges to be'young unmarried men.
Alexander a Stephens's history of
the civil war has had a sale of 51,000
The Sultan of Turkey isireported
insane. He runs day and night through
A newspaper paragraph' says' that
135 sheriffs in"Yirginia are delinquent
their accounts. •
Tlv Chicago University for Women
'is' t.d: be :erected 'this Summer. ' The
buildiiig is' to be 180 by 136 feet.]
' There IS" groat ,Mortality among
sheep in certain parts.,:if Vermont 7--
supposed from eating badly, cured
hay. • .
~ . •
A Salt Lake paper finds fault with
Brigham Young, for selecting the eagle
for ilia emblem, because that royal bird
is a strict monogamist. ,
The agent _of. the Lyman Mills, at
Ilolyelte,..Mass. has compelled all the
operatives,A ; 26) in number; to be vac
Charles Cadwallader, engineer on
the Central Pacific Road; has sounded
the Donner Make . to the depth of 1,600
without finding bottom.
- A rumor comes from Berlin that
Mrs., Abraham Lincoln is to marry
Count SchMidstwill, Grand Chamber
lain of the Duke of Baden.
Tho English sparrows let loose in the
Philadelphia parks disdain _the . .littlo
houses balk for thom i - and . are making
nests for themselves.-
During the past Winter there has
been wholesale slaughter of sheep in
he earcta,ses- have been fed to
hogs and the pelts sold.
The people of Pittsburgh hoard of
the aurora borealis by telegraph, but
•could not See it on account of the
The Queen of Hanover, is la mono
maniac on the'subjeet of Spiritualism.
She declares that God appears to her
every Friday. -
ThereporrthattiShoti - alenheimer
of New Jerbey,hasrefused to confirm'
ladies wearing false hair, is publicly
denied by authority::
A ICentnelty Nittionall - Bank is test
ing tile ebrMtitittio!Mtity' of. the State
law which taxes'iink capital invested
in National bomb. , -•':
The :600 ''loeichbol4hbuses ,which
,tli,e close of tho
war, have ben succeeded by 5;000 con
A London publisher „
announces a re
ligious tract, with the following title :
"Salts"arid Senna, a ()attitude in Seven
Doses.” • - • ' • ~. •• ' 1" '
A ladyjri, Dotriiit
,has obtained a_
divorce oft.tha ground" that her hus
band used unkind language to her and
compelled her to black his' hoot's.
Toads,are soldl.in Paris at 'the rate
of 50 cents a dozen. ThiS, animal is
used for the protection of vineyards'
and gardens froth the ravages of such
insects as escape the birth.
Daniel G. Pago, the,first ,Mayor of
St. Louis, Mo., and one of the found
ors of that city, died in 'Washington,
D. C., on Saturday, aged seventy-nine
Tho President has recognized Chas.
M. Ragan" as Consul of the ;Turkish
Empire in Philadelphia.., This is the
first time the Sultan .has been repro.
sented in the Quaker City.
Women having a certain amount of
property in. Russia have the right to
vote, though• it must be exercised by
proxy, a male relative or friend repro
senting,them at the eleetion.
. A Texas gentleman, has received a
quantity of silkworm eggs from France
through the post.. :Some, of the eggs
hatched on 'the way, and the worms
Were living on their arrival.
Miss Anna Williams 'of 13raddock's
Field, Penn , aged 66, has been so an
noyed by the devotion of a boy of 17
years, who is madly in love with her,
that she has boon obliged to call fur
English coach builders are beginning
to announce that they are prepared to
build light carriages on wheels impor
ted from America. They have discov
ered at last that the Americans are
half a century ahead of them in the
matter of carriage building.
A Leavenworth paper thinks it "an
evidence of the westward march of
civilization" that the, Kansas Legisla
ture appropriated 81,400, for tobacco
for the PonitentiarY ,prisoners, and
only $3OO for preaching the gospel to
A history of Boston is going the
rounds, which describes Faneuil Bail
as the original Solomon's . temple and
Boston CommOU as the' Garden of
Eden 'ivith f"mbdern imprOvements."
The city is named after the Boston
The report Of a special Agent ap.
pointed to investigate internal revenue
frauds in California expose' a, large
number of cases of violation of the
law, particularly as to whiskey and
sniuggling goods from 'foreign coun
"A very highly-placed arid pittriotic
American told us," says the London
Spectator, "that if h New York mil
lionaire coihmitted a murder it would
be: impossible to punish him. The
jury would ho, discharged without a
A Sun Francisco thief lately levied
blackmail upon a Chinese o rnourner by
stealing the bones of a deceased China
man and demanding money for their
restoration., A Chinaman never gets
to heaven unless • his remains rest in
the soil of the Flowery kingdom, and
the demand was complied with.
A Paris letter-writer ,says that on
the morning of his quitting the Grand
Hotel for London, the Nabob of Ben
gal paid for three coats of Russian sa
ble made for himself and his three
eons, the cold weather, to which they
are unaccustomed, having rendered
warm garments necessary. ,The bill
for .these furs amounted to •108,000
Tlio namo of T. U. cR MIER, of Huntingdon, u• ill
bo auMnitled to the nominating convontion of Um Repub
lican party as a candidate for said office.
Huntingdon, May 4, 1.869.
SYLV &NUS BLAIR,
'• ATTORNEY AT LAW
Of f iCii on Hill Street, three doors west of Smith. mys'69
CHEAP 'AND VALUABLE
VIRGINIA LANDS FOR SALE by
P. M. & M. S. Lytle. '
Tie> folloWing is a description 'of two tracts of land
which are hereby offered for gale
No. 1. T LIR Ell HUNDRED. ND FIFTy-EICHIT ACRES
in App onattox county, Virginia, midway between the
south aide Railroad and drupes River Canal, awl about
six miles from each, Appomattox depot being the nearest
point on the railroad. About ono half of the tract is
cleared. The balance is In original and amend growth
of oak, pine and other [tether. It him three settlements
on it occupied by tenants, at one of which there is a new
tobacco home and the usual out-housve, together n ith en
- apple orchard 'and peach and cherry trees. Produces all
the usual crops, such as corn, onto, clover and ether grass
es, fruits, vegetables, vines, Sos. One mile from poet
office, attires, churches end shops.. The title is is/disputa
ble, , Plies $0 per acre, and is offered at this very low
'price because the owuor is settled In business at a die
.4lllCe front it and cannot attend to it, end especially be
cause he needs the money m his prevent location. Pur
chase money one half in hand, balance in cam year With
No. 1. SEVENTY-FIVE ACRES (new laud) en the
Orange nod AlexaMlria 'railroad, EIS miles from Lynch
burg. Half In timber, which sells to railroad at $3 per
cord on the place. - Cars stop at it twice a day for wood,
ko. Ono mile front regular depot. Has a, young small
orchard on it—seemes particularly suited for fruits and
vines. Price $lOOO, half cash, bakince in one year with
interest. 'fliers aro several beautiful building sites on it.
It is well known that Virginia lands are now being
sold nt n sacrifice and the tracts above described are of
fared at unusually low prices. Perseus dodging is buy
or intsudldg 'to go South for that purpose are requested
rte call on - the undersigned and a:seen:tie Where the owner
of these lands nil' be found.
' ' .•-
P. Of. A: M. S. LyTLE,
Hen filmdom May 5,'60. Attorneys for Owner.
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51; Sleeping cars accompany the 9.00 a m and 5.05 and
8.00 p is, trains from New York without change. •
Way Passenger train leer es Philadelphia at 730 A. H.
connecting", ith aimilar train on .Call Ponna.,llalli pad,
- retuining from Reading at 030 p stopping ni all sta
tions ; Pottsville at 7,30 and 8 15 A. 31., and 2 45 P. M.
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and 12,30;h00n, Tamaqua.a 8 30 A. M., and 2,20 P. 31 for
Ph iladephia and New York.
Leave Pottsville, via. Schuylkill and Susquehanna Rail
road at 7 00 a. tn., for Harrisburg, and 11 ao A. 11, fur
Pine Gros o and Tremont.
Au Accciumadation Passenger Traln.loaves BEADING at
7.30 A. SI., and returns from IMILADELDRIA at 5,15 P. 81
Pottstown Accommodation Train: Leaves Pottstown at
6,25 a. m., returning leaves Philadelphia at 4,30 p. m.
Columbia flathead Trains leave Reading at 7 00 A
81., and 6 15 P. M., fur Ephrata, Liar, Lancust,r, Col
Petkiomen Railroad trains leave Pt iltiomen Junction
at 0.00 aat and 600 p m returning: Leave Skippack at
815 n. to, and 1.00 p. muonnecting with similar trains on
On Sundays, leavo New York at 8 00 P.. 81., Philadel
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to Reading; Pottsville 8 A. 111., Hurri burg,s 50 a m, sad
410 and 10 65 p nt, and Reading 1255, 2,64 and 7 15 a. in.,
for llarrisburgatinll2 55 and 705 a. in., for New York,
and at 9,40 a. in.,
and 4.25 p.m. fur Philadelphia.
COMAIUTATION, MILEAGE, SEASON, Semn, and EXCURSION
TICKETS to and Iron, all points at reduced rates.
Baggago checked through: 100 pounds 'Baggage allowed
G. A. NICOLLB,
Rending, April 26, 180. General Superintendent
HUNTINGDON & BROAD TOP
On and after TIM RtDAY, APRIL 201 n, 1119, Passen
gar Trains Rill arrive and dcpart ns folios
UP TRAINS. DOWN TR
I Actor. I MAIL
P. M. A. 81. ' 1 A. M. 11 P. 51.
LL 5 55111 3 40111untingdon,. 14n 10 10 An 4 20
602 840 Long Siding 10 02 412
617 000 McConnelletoun 946 355
624 • 907 Plete3ant.Orove, 938 348
840 922 Marltlesburg 922 332
6 50 9 36 Coffin, Run 9 03 3 16
7 03 0 46 Rough& Rend,),...... 8 56 3 09
713 10 01,Covo, 840 205
7 241 10 Oalrialtet a Summit 8 30t 251
All 7 411 10 20 Saxton, La 820 235
10 43 Iliddlesburg. ...... ... 2 08
10 52 Hopewell, 2 00
11 10 niter's Run, , 1 49
11 291Tntettville, - - - 120
11 45 Bloody Run,. 1 05
AR 11 52jM011111 DIMS, ILE 1 00
SHOUP'S RUN lIRANC/I.
La 7 50 1 LE 10 30 1 0001 on All 6 201011. 2 25
8 05' 10 45 Conlmont, I 7 101 210
8 10' 10 50 Crawlind, 8 05' 205
An 8 20100 11 00 Dudley,,Le. 7 551 LE 1 55
1 1111 and Top City,.....1
Huntingdon May 5, '6B. JOHN M'ICILLIPS, Supt.
T)ENNSYLVANIA Iti` IL ROAD.
TIME OF LEAVING OF TRAINS
;fog Ik d :4 I
STATION r•-; -
I P. 51.1 P. )1.1.4._
I A. M.; .1 _
111_5... 41 , 4/M7'3lMo:in,
112 01 ..... 131 t. Union,...
12 13 Mapleton
12 22 31111 Cr00k,...
12 40 3 32 Iluntlugdon,
12 58 : 1 Poternbrirg, - .:.
I 1 051 Illarrea,. ...... ..j
I' 15 ~ "Sprnceereoh,
1 38 4 Id Tyrone,
150 • 'Tipton !
1 57 Festona,
2 02 ' Bell% Mills,.
2 201 4 45 Aliooaa,.
PIMA EXPRESS Eastward leaves Altoona nt 9 30
arm es nt Huntingdon at 10 46 e, sr.
Tho FAST LINE Eastward loaves Altoona at 12 20
A. M., and arrives at Huntingdon at 1 11 "
TIIO 0/NCIXNAT/ EXPRESI Eastward leaves Altoona at
545 I'. M. and arrives at Huntingdon at 700 M.
SOUTHERN EXPRESS Eastward, leaves Altoona at 9 60 A.
M., and actives at Huntingdon nt 11 05 A. M.
The FAST LINE Westward, leaves Huntingdon nt
7 43 I'., IL and arrives nt Altoona at 8 65 P. M.
The PITTBDURO EXPRE:B ' leaves Huntingdon, at 6 49 A.
H., es at Alltoona, 8 10, A. M.
April 28, 1861. :
REMOVED I REMOVED. H
„ , NEW__.
Carriage & Wagon' Ill'amifilet4y.
P. S. ISENBERG & CO.,
'Having removed to their Now Shop near the old Toll
Bridge, ore pi epared to mono:heti, e
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, SPRING
BUGGIES Insured FOR ONE YEAR.
ArZ= - Prompt awl particular attention given to repair
By a strict attention to business they hope to moot
with a cantina:taco of thu public patronage.
, •„ P. &ISENBERG & CO.
aprit 14, 1169-tr.
Spring Arriiial of Gent's - Gods.
- RO-4L4-X .
- Has remove.' to the roomover John Euro & Co's Bonk,
(Old &loud Tnp Corner.) m bete he is pi epated to do 01l
kindi of work in his line of business. Ito has j net recuiv
ed o full line 01
CORDUROYS, &c. '
Thankful for past patronngo lie solicits a continuauco
of the same. The attention of the public is called to his
stock of cloths, &a., s, Melt he is prepared to make up to
older inn btsbionable, (lambi° and workmanlike manner.
Moose gleams a cull. .. . t. • , , . :
. Merchant Taper.
Huntingdon, Pa., April 711,, 1319. t
HENRYI - lA___RP : 9,
Has a largo stock, at low prices, of firm
WATCHES, JEWELRY, Solid Silver-Ware,
PLATED SfOcES,C4STORS, TEA SETS, CO.L
FARMERS desirous of storing as
Fell as those haying grain on afore %Rh us, Fill
plea's° :take notice that ea hare adopted the regular
wax ehouse rule of marking all stored gralu as sotto or( Ist
July of each year, at current prices. Any parson desiring
to hold longer must miikeiho necessary arrangements at
or before that thue.
Huntingdon, April 21, 1.865-41
.4 6 1.cilic=o - uunta.e cl, ...Spra,loa
Lands, Corporate. Bights and Franchises
Broad-Top' H Coal and . .lroll Company:
BY VIRTUE' OF :A DECREE OF
then 50x...0 court of tho State of Pennsylvania,
sitting in equity, the undersigned nut viving Iluatoes, in
a mortgage given by the Broad Top Coal aunt Iron Com
pany to secure its bonds to amount of one hundred anon
sand dollars, m ill expose to public sale, at the Exchange
Salesroom, No. 111 Broadway, in the city of New York,
OR THURSDAY, the fith day of MAY, A. D., 1569, at
12 o'clock, as., of said day; by A. J. BLEECKEIt, SON &
CO., auctioneers,the following real estate, gorporato rights
and franchises of said companyV all of which are inure
fully described in and by.the corporate mortgage record.
ed in Huntingdon comityaennsylvania, in Mortgago
Book No. 5, page 105, &c., and in Bedford county, Penn
' sylvanla, in Mortgage Book B, pogo 552, &c., to which re-
cords persons destining to put chase are referred, viz.:
All those six ce•fain tracts ofhind situate in BrolubTop
township, Bedford county, Penner'.
No. 1. Known as thin "Ewing Improvement" adjoining
lands founerly of Entrekm awl, - Aleshech
tva tts, Thomas J. Horton uud Joseph Drone, containing
:102% acres and allowance.
No. 2. Adjoins lino tract known as Mho one thousand
acre nurvey" tract No. 1, laud formerly of James Hamil
ton, and en/Minns 48 notes RIM 55 perches net measure.
No. d. Adjoins land foimorly at sleshech Edwards on
the south, Ent Isaac Barnet on the cast, idol of James Ham
ilton on then northeast, and others, aunt contains 820 acres
and 31 perches and allownnoe.' •
No. 4. Is known as tho -Hamilton lands," adjoins lands
formerly of Joseph Brans, of the Huntingdon and Broad
Top Railroad and Coal Company, of the Lancaster Com
pany, of Joseph Tat-, William nuttpliriskian
Barnecniirioutains tbil acres tiet measure. - • •
N 0.5. Is all tho'coal dud either minerals, and the right
to Mine the same, including the' right of way and timber
leave for mining purposes. IN Rh all privileges, as convey.
ed to tho Huntingdon and Broad Top 31ountain Railroad
and Coal Company, by Joseph Evans and wife, by deed'
dated 2Eth January, 1051. ,°corded in Bedford county,
Penna., in "Beam d Book A. it,, pogo 1308, as fully and,'
largely, as said company held the Baum by virtue 01 said
deed of in and to a part of the "Thousand nerd" survey
adjoining lands late of Jesse Norton, Joseph Evans,
General A.l'. Wilson andJaines Entrukin, containing 30
acres and 6'; perchts net measure.
No. G. Adjoins lands formerly of Brodo and Berk•
stresser, of James Hamilton and Philip Barnet, and
contains fifty-two am es and allowance.
Alto, All those sevetrtracta of land , sitnato:in•Earbon
lownship,ll.thitingdon comity, Penn: - '
N 0.7. Adjoins lands formerly of John Hamilton, Levi
Evans, William I'. Schell and Christopher Bast, and
contains 113% acres and allowauco.
No.B. Adjoins lands formerly of John SaNage, William
P. Schell, tool Evans and the Lancastor Company, and
contains 40 limes and 130 perches and allowance.
No. O. Adjoins lands formerly of .1. Sewell St , e in u d 'a r r o t, -
t i , 1 4 1i n a , 1 0 P 2 ..5 e c , 1 ,, m 3 1 ,4 1, ,,4 J°
ace,nllsiN i lt e t i. a c i c a
n e g vi Evans
serving. therefrom-Li-lot fat getniud not.exCeeding five I
acres to quantity, to be taken off the west Corner; also
excepting a lot at tho quarry, eintainlng GO pinches nut
Measure, according to stuvey made by :Runnel liettor.
man ; also exeepling Om ell on lots in the_ town of Coal
mont; niariberecrOu the general plan of, said town es fol
lowa, .Nuniliers 1, 2,8, 4,5, 0,7, 8,'14-15, 34 32,
33, 34, 35, 30,37, 39, 30,43, 44,45, 40, 47, 43, 70, 77, 78,79,
80, 81, 82, 83, 84,85. 87, 83, 93, 104, 105, 106, 107, 108, 100,
1111,111, 112, 115, 110, 117, 120, 121, 122, 123,124,125, 120,
127 12S, 129, 132, 139, 110, 141, 142, 143, 144, 171, 28, 20
and 30.: This tract embraces a number of lots in the vil
lage of Coalinonr, the number of w Inch will be given on
day aside, among them several having on them Mlller'S
houses, and also a two-story frame hotel and appendages.
No. 10. The undivided half of a small tract containing
2G acres and SO porches, and allowance . , adjoining lauds
formerly of William P. Schell and Levi Evans.
No 11. Adjoins land of the Huntingdon and Broad• Top
'Mountain Railroad and Coal Company, lands formerly of
John Savage and of Andrew L'onaldsen, containing 86
acres and 137 perches, and allowance.
- No 12. Adjoins the tract innamo of William Sheaf,
land formerly of Andrew
' _Donaldson; tract in name of
John Singer, and tract in name. of Grans - 51111er, and
contains 2S times 28 porches and allowance, surveyed ou
a warrant to Samuel Miller, of 28th July, A. 11., .1864.
N0„.13.-A tract surveyed upon a warrant f0r.400 acres,
dattl3lst March, , 1704,, to 'John Singer, containing 428
No. 14. A tract surveyed upon a warrant of 31st March,
1704, to John Masser, for 401.1 acres, conta:niug 430 9 arras
33 porches. ' 7 , 7 • •,' :"
No. 15. A &ace surVey cd neon a Warrant to William
Sheaf, dated 31st March, 1794, for 400 acids containing
No. 16. A tract of land situsto partly in Broad Top
township and partly in Can bOn township aforesaid, - ad
joining lands formerly of Jonathan itarnet,,Pholpi
Hammel, A: Wilson,' W. Schell, Lewis T. Walloon,
David Blair, Wood Baena and Ilathlnel coin
tainiug 330 aches 118 perches, net Measure; known as
the Christian Barnett tract, having louse, barn and clear
farm laud upon it.
Also, all the carpel ate rights and franchises of said
Broad Top Coal and iron Coo palsy, as hold under their
charter of Mem ',oration, granted In pursuance of the
general law of the commonwealth et Pelins3lvania.
A well-built railroad, connecting thesoal lauds of the
company with the Broad Top Itailioad; extends over
tracts N03:4, 0,8, 9 and lff, The - company's
map of their:lands us the “Ifamiltrarlandl v- and wtichell
lands." There ale also upon these tracts coal openings,
platforms, houses and other appliances w blob would ena
ble puichasers with but little expendituro to commune°
the shipment of coal.
Terms of sale CABIL
TllO property' will be offered in separate tracts and as a
übolo, and after being ro °Blued will be sold in such
manner as will beat promote the interest of the bond
holders. MARIE . ; A. HOWELL,
Sul riving Trustees.
Any inquiry batbro day of solo nine be addtoised to
MARTIN A. HOWELL,
No. 111 Libel ty btroet, N. Y., or
SCOTT, IthOWN BAILEY,
" , For Bituminous or Anthracite Coal."
J. REYNOLDS & SON,
N. W. CORNER 13Tu AND FILBERT STS
Sole 31anufacturere of the Celebrnted
111-ROUGFIT-IRON, AIR TIGHT,
WI CR PATENT DUST SCREEN,
• ORATE BAP._'I:FST3, ETA . ;
a 17,7 50
5 OS 7 50
5 007 2
4 02,0 45
3 50,0 33
3 41 6 • 5
3 30 1 0 14
3 24 6'oB
3 19 0 03
3.00 5 45
1:11CSO llenters aro Millie of heavy Wrought-11On, well
riveted together, the only mire prevention against the
escape of Gas or Dust. They are cavity managed, without
any dampen. The Patent Radiator avoids the use and
011003 anus of drums, m u d is permanently attached to
the Heater. This is the mast durable, simple, cconeml
cal, and popular Heating A miaratus ever offered for sale.
COOKING`RANGES I'M; hide's :mil families
'LOW DOWN GRATES, SLATE MANTELS
REGISTERS AND VENTILATORS.
Woffn.also numufactdiui nl ,l
' NEW !FLAT-TOP - HEATI NG' li'ANerg
ta..end for our phis!ratedylpnplilet. ap2l-y
0-110 T; I N
• • 'FOR
SPRING AND SUMMER
• JUST RECEIVED
; • • AT
CHEAP CLOTHING STORE.
Nor Oentlomen's Clothing of [behest looterinl, and math
in Cho best workmanlike manner, call at
opposite Cho Franklin House in Market Sgemre, tin p,
don,:ea.f : ' f
BUCKEYE; 01110 11X11VESTER,
NEW YORKER, or any other Reaper or Mower
with Self Rake; Dropper,' front-Or rear cat, or a machino
that cuts both front and retir, and has no point that thd
knives do not work (rawly; Pratt and other Slay Rakes,
Gum and pin Drills, D rain and Clover Separators, Shovel
Plows and Cultivators; and any implement of any descrip
tion, should order them of McLattaban, Stone & !sett, or
their agents, • for they have the largest and best assort.
mont of Agricultural Hupßonentsetni tln tf i repoirs that
is In this State.' Plirtners look to' your own' to terest And
buy your Machines whom yott oat got the repairs In a
minute's n arming. • , ,
• 'E.IcLANAIIAN; Si I ONE it; ISEPP '
Alauniscturers and Dealers in nil kirnls of Agt icultural
Implements, Glaysport Foundry; and -Radii. Shop,
Hollidaysburg, Pa. npril '63-13m.
WHY ddn't you go to floury & Co.
and by your goods of every description at the
very lowest puke, and save the troublO Of 'going from
store to store to get Nett you wont. ..- inelatstf
VAIATABLE READ ESTATE
2:Pu B T S
Ott T s ucsaay, the l'st of Jit7}e",1869, :
at ten o'clock, a nt., the following tent - toiitife,ln wit
situate in Porter township, Huntingdon bitipty, adjoin
ing the Mode of John llowitf, Wilson Robb, Andrew An.
derson4mad others, containing 129 ACHES, more of Jess,
101 of u Well era cleared, and the balance go i id'
Timber Land, consisting of white oak; rock Oa walnut
chestuttt, Me. .
, The above Properly Is situated' abed ' ,
tWo' and a:half
miles from Alexandria and five mites from Iluntingddn,
on the road leading
to DicConnellstown, , It is composed
of good Limestonel and, well uotbred, 'with a running
stream near the barn, and a never 4 hiling'epring qt the
house, nod has thereon a good Apple Orchard. This pro•
perty is convenient to i•hurchee end sehtiolhenses; and is
pronounced to be ono of the beat farming lauds in OW
county. The improvements Moilsil,Ofp,Acv
good Bank BARN, 85 x 45 feet, Wagon Shed, Corn 'cifft,
and other outbuildings. -- Possession given 'on'tho - Ist of
September next. • • ,• -,, e
1 - '• "TERMS OE SALE —OnolimustiMMllars tole paid
the'edufirrnation of the sale; fife balhheo in tWo'atiblrl;au
Also, on tho enure day at thp,same . plitce, one,Threphor
and Fdparator, eight-1101.9e power, tdmoet zloty:
QIIBRIFF'S, SALE. ,
kJ By virtue Of la' writ'Of Yo'riel.'Ef.'diriteteetet Ile, I
will expose to public sale, ht thceCoort;ilODElo;7oil SAT
URDAY tho 15th day of BIAY,-1669,nt,2. o'clock, p.
the following property to wit:
All the right, title and intereW of
defendants, to all that. cortein„pieco, or act, ofland.
situated it Hill Volley, Shirley township; "
County, containing-136 neresplii6 perches and allo*onces,
known its the farm of the late Satuncl.Shaver r dece4ied,
Bounded no follows, to wit : On the south-east by, lands
of Samuel Shaver, on the south-west. by lands of Peter
Shaver, west by lands of John Brewster' ~hpirs, =ikon
thb north by Asher,Polfocles heirbiolinidelliaro dotted
a two story log dwelling house, and log barn, withltlitge
part of Glottal.] clepred and cultivated.
Also, all that certain lot Or pioco of land situate In the
borough of Mt. Union, bounded as follows, to wit: Begin-
"ping at a stump on the south bank"-of thcqenntlylitnla
canal, thence by land of the heirs of Wlllionalutver, do
ceased; south 31 degrees west and seventeen perches to n
post, thence by the Pent-syßtaititElMßroad Isoutlf
degrees 'east 17.6 perches to a post, thence, by land of
Wm: Shaver's heirs north 31 degrees east 13.1 perehei to
the PonntnecaimElhettee, op the Said Clonal north' 6.1 , de -
groo, nest, 17.5 perches to the 'place'AP bigfuning, - en
which are wetted a story room and werehouser, , l4oxso
feet, and two good dwelling houses, and two stables--
Also, all that other cortain piece Daley bf gipurtdTtiltu.
ate in the borough of Mt. Union, bounded on the north
by the Penna. canal, on the south by, Pflpria..-pile,dad,bn
the west b land of Peter 'Shaver, On-the bast "by other
land of Geo. McLaughlin, containing )4 acre more or
less, on which is erected a one and one-Italf story frame
dwelling-house and other outbuildings.
- Seised, taken in execution and to be sables the proper
ty of George McLaughlin and McLaughlin,
trading under the firm of George MeLanghlin• Son:"
D. It. P. NEELY, Sheriff.
Ilantingdon, April 2 8 , 1860ilt
F OR SALE CHEAP.„,
Por.CluliThirty, - 21Yds.Shii011iig.
sixty, ,„ •
PS ' One linlidreA, i)F !
All otliorpremiuma in same ratio. .
Enldrgect Exchange 14st, with uva r pnd ,utofpl orttolpaq
Soo new Circular audiattoplO. Sant to anp addreataree
ARE-Ploaso send your lionoy•by , Rogistoreti Letter;aut
(beast-it 'to . -
The undersigned will scil nEflublic'ettle at his residence
tkllartslogyalloy, l!uutingdact county, Pa.,
Porter twp., Apr. 21.4 q,
A-GOOD NEW STEAM
18 horse power.
For particulate adcIt r ee'3...IF:DICXERSON or
HOUSE AND .1;0T 7 -FOR.‘sALg.
The undersigned offers at, privnto et do a lot o6Torand
containing ono acre situated adjoining the Standing
Stone Creek road, in the borough of Ifuncingdon,having
a two story log hoeeoand a number of fruit trope of cbolen
Varieties thereon. IOSSOWDII givdn on let of April next.
mar7.o-tr. .1.. SIMPSON: muITQA.
:LTOUSES•FOR RENT. •
T,v, Mime's for rent, itleatankly situated 11? the
control part of fluntrogdon bormigh: ' '•'
Also, one wagon-makerle shop.
For terms. Sc., apply to
F OR, REbIT.,„
,-; - 1;
dwelling pare of the Huntingdon Acrelinnyr • —,
- ••- • • • •• • DORRIA,
np2l,3t. • Sec'y. Bong of Trasteee.
[Estate of ELIZA BUClllift, dec'd,J
Letters. of udininistratien upon the demo orEliza
Bucher, late of Porter township, deceased, haring been
granted to the undersigned, all persons indebted to the
estate will matte immediate payment, and those haying
claims will present them fur nettle,,,, nt.
CHARLES P. HATFIELD,
[Estate of ELLIOTT RAMSEY, deed.]
Letters testamentary on the estate of Elliott Bethany,
Into of Springfield tap., decened, baying been granted
to the undersigned, all persons knowing tbensselyel In
debted will make immedinto payment, nod those haying
claims will present them duly authenticated; without de
lay. ELL 1011! E. RAMSEY,
4 [Estate of SAMUEL lIARUII,
Letters testamentary upon the estate, of Samuel qgr.
ris, late of Penn township, deceased, having been grant
ed to the undersigned, n❑ persons indebted will make
immediate pa 3 snout, and those having claims will present
them, properly authenticated, for settlement.
(Estate of BYti N M U PM]tDNER,R, deed.]
Letters testamentary, on the eptate.of Eye Burngard•
per, Into of Onion tp., Ilmitingdon eiintyoleed., having
been greeted to the undersigned, all persons indehted
.to the estate are.requested to make: imiliediate payment,
and thom having claims, to present them duly authenti
cated for settlement.
RICIIA RD EIIILCOTT,
Culfkx, 3101. 24, et
XEC U TOBSt-N 0 TICE:7
thstato of k. C. MORT, deed.]'
Letters testeinentarron the °State of William C. Eight,
Irate of the borough of Iluntlngdau, deceased., having been
granted to the'undersigned, all persons Indebted are re
quested to maim payment and. those having elands to
pi escn t them duly authenticated for settlement.
•, K. ALLEN LOVELL,
' A. 11:111f111T,
littutingdon ‘ Mch. 23.6 Lt
A NTED—Firet-clase traveling ealesmen, t 6 sell
by oomph.; good wages or a Moral per 'cent:and
steady.employment. .Addreesewith stamp, 13.1"..110WE,
63D Arch street, Pluladelphla, Pa., 4w
WHY 'TC:il\ MAith Mo .EYI
Clui• -• :.:PiNCIL 11'04-CET 'MEM OUTFIT, and by selling
Novel and attractivo articles froe. 0p2142w
STAFFORD MFG CO., 66 Fulton 'tract. N. Y.
lart3d. to-travel Lunn Soli by &Unpin o noulthooritoods.
& C 6., 413 Chestnut §t ,Thiledelphin;_nr.'- -, 1 , ^ 4w.
: "SIG° PRESEN_TEiIi.,%*O 00 , -10
)1 6s ro-Igents to sell BAles. any field with - other
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