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lie Huntingdon 3 ournal
J. A. NASH,
PrBLISRERS AND PROPRIETORS.
lee on the Corner of Rath and Washington street..
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IC. 4ADDEN, Attorney-at-Law
• 01Bee, No. Hill street, Huntingdon,
NITILLIATNI A. FLEMING, Attorney
at-bitw, Huntingdon, Pa. Special attention
•en to collections; :mil all other legal husiness
coded to with care and promptness. Office, No.
Hill street. [apl9,ll.
/ILES ZENTMYEB., Attorney-at-
LA- L tw, Hunt ingdon, will attend promptly
iegul business. Office in Cunningham's now
G.T. ARNOLD. Gralultte of the
University of PennAylvanig, offers his pro
sion4 siaviecs to thy peJi.le or Ittiniingdun anti
aErint:iXer.:—Dr. IL P. Hook, of I,6yrxille, Pa.,
whom 11, formerly pr. , .,:ice4; D:s. Still° atd
;new of P . :Ill.:1,11;4in.
_Mize str,et, West Ilautingdon,
[ap.l9,' i 1.
la & BUCHANAN.
N. 228.1ii11 Street,
April 5, '7l-Iy.
DENGATE, Surveyor, Warriors-
J• mark, Ya. • [apl2,ll.
is CALDWELL, Attorney -'at -Law,
—.F•No. 111, 3d street. Office formerly occupied
Messrs. Woods s Williamson, Lup12,71.
L. ROBB, Dentist, office in: S. T.
7f'• Br. wn's new building. No. .:20, Hill Ct..
\R. It. It. WIESTLING,
respectfully offers his professional services
the citizens of Huntingdon and vicinity.
01fice removed to No. 6ISi Hill street, (SMITH'S
r R. DURBORROW, Attorney-at
, • tflial9, Huntingdon, Pa., will prartice in the
reral. Courts of Huntingdon county. Particular
:cation given to the settlement of estates of dece-
OMze in he Jou3NALl3ailding. [feb.l,ll.
3GLAZIER, -Notary Public, corner
• of Wsohlugtou and Smith streets, 'Stun-
Igtion, Pa. [jan.l27l.
ALLEN LOVELL, Attorney-at
• Law, Iluntingtl:,n, Pa. Special attention
ten to COLLECWONS Of all kinds ; to the settle.:
ent of Estates, .4e.; and all other Legal Business
°scouted with fidelity and dispatch.
j Office in room lately occupied by 11. Milton
N YTO.N , Attorney-at-Law, Htkn
•• tinpion, P. Office with J. Sewell Stewart,
f HALL 31ITSSER; Attorney-At,-Law,
• Iluntingion, Po,. -Office, second floor of
:Ister's new building., 11111 street. Dan.d,'ll.
3 M. & M. S. LYTLE ) Attorneys
• at-Law, Huntingdon, Pa., will attend to
1 kinds of legal business entrusted to their care.
;Office on the south side of Hill stfeet, fourth door
amt. of Smith.
T'gYLVANUS BL SIR, Attorney-at
• Laci, Ilautingacin, Pa. Office, TIM sVeet,
res doors wait of Sisitti.
r 4. POLLOCK, Surveyor and Real
.• . Estate Agent, Iluntingdon,.Pa., will attend
Surveying in all its branches. Will alro buy,
or rant Farms, Houses ' and Real Estate of et , .
•y blot, in any part of the United Stet,. Send
. J. A. DEAVER.- having. located
Fraukliiivi;:,, ofrers liis pror,s;ioual set ,
.uP6 to fife oulututinity. 0nn.1,!71.
r NV. AIATTERN, Attorp7-at-Law
co aa.l G.itra!C,'l4i - ai t-,.,llnn , inunl.,n, Pa..
;Hier? claims aga,inst theGoverument for back
ay, bounty, u . sitlowa' an 4 in - raid pensions attend-
I to with greet carz eel promptness.
Odle, on 1.1111 5.11,2.. Ilan.: '7l.
JUN SvOTT.. S. T. T.OWN. , J. If. IIIILET•
ZCOTT, BROWN - P.AILL7Y.,
torneys-r.*-1., , ,, 11,Inting,Inn, Pa. - Pensions,
id all claials of obllier, lieirs against
It GJvcrnanut will be j;re - .Uptly pit,,cented.
Oa.. on 111:1 sl - reet. rjan.4;7l::
FIR. D. P. MULLER, Office en 'Hill
Foam formed} , oc.capiail
• John ll'Culloch. Huntingdon, Pa., would res.
offer his professional cervices to the (Ali.
'IS Or Huntingdon and vicinity. Lian.4;7l..
R. Ti.A.TTO.N. Druggist and Apoth
/ • erary, onposite thr Exchange Han
n; inn, Pa. P;es,ript!olpi tp..ear..tely compoundcd.
'tire Li•liiors fur Mu licival purpuses. H9,-.23;70.
R. A. B. BitI.T.M.BAUGH, offers his
prefez,ional services to the eqaununity.
4.)ae.e on.117:1-shinaton :treet, one.door east of the
e.tenlie NrFUTIIIgC. Dan.4,'7l, .
GREEN,, Dentist. Office re
•• moTed to Leisl,er's new building, Hill street
Eon. KING; iderchaut Taylor, 412
Washington street, Huntingdon, Pa.. a lib
ea] sharp of patronag,e respectfully solicited.
April 12, 1,71.
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January 4, 1871.
CONRA p MEYER, .
InventOr and Manufacturer of the
CELEBRATED IRON FRAME PIANOS,
Wartrooms, No: 722 Arch St.., Phila.
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THE HUNTINGDON JOURNAL.
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Office corner of Washington and Bath Sts.,
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J. R. DURBORROW .34 CO
United States Laws.
PASSED AT THE
THIRD SESSION OF THE FORTY-FIRST CONGRESS•
[GENERAL NATURE-NO. 36.]
Be it enacted by the Senate and House
of Representatives of the United States of
America in Congress assembled That the
following be established as post roads :
From Battle's Wharf to Danby's Mills.
From Andalusia to Euchawocha.
From Thomas Station to Midway.
From Aurora to Village Springs.
From Clarke's Mills to Bostick Mill.
From Fredonia to Newsight.
From New Hope to Point Rock Station.
From Rutledge to Elba.
From Demopolis, via Falkland and Bur
tun's Hill, to Ilaysville.
From Ashville, St. Clair County, to
Hol!man's Station, on Alabama and Chat
From Springville to Aurora.
From Springville to Blountsville.
From Fort Arbuckle to Fort Sill.
From Des Arc to Searcy.
From Rondo to Mooningsfort, in Lou
From Clarkesville.to Mt. Ephraim.
Froni Minneola to Boggy Depot.
From Eunice to Camden.
From Rocky Comfort, via Wheelock,
Daksville, Goodland, Armstrong, Academy,
to Boggy Depot, in the Choctaw Nation.
FroZ - DalCis, via Kiahmioha and Doak
sville, to Clarksville Feßi, in Choctaw
From Rocky Comfort, via Simpson's
Ferry, Nettie Box to Cove.
From Burrowville to Rolling Prairie,
From Jonesboro to Crowley.
From Fayetteville, via Bloomington to
Washburn, in Missouri.
From Eunice to Fulton, via Monticello
From Princeton to Arkadelphia.
From Sierraiille to Dawniesville.
From Colusa to Newville.
From Grindstone to Ingram's.
From Colusa to Lakeport.
From II iles:Am to Picacho. •
From Galt to Jackson.
From Virginia Ranch to Linkvilie.
From Chico to Big Meadows.
From San Bernardino to Anaheim.
From Trinity Centre, via Minersville to
Front - Saucileto, via &linos, Woody:Ile
From Yreka, via Little Shasta. (Shasta
Butte p.,st office,) Ball's at Butte Creek,
Van Bremer's,_ near Hot Creek, Hot
Springs Valley, Pitt River Valley, Cedar
ville, to Lake City.
From Modesta, via Langworth, to
From Susanville, via Willow Creek,
Eagle Lake, Hyden City, Aidenville, to
Pine Creek, Goose Lake Valley.
From Smiauville, via Pine Civek, Grave
Valley, Fall River, to Burgettville.
From Yreka, via Ward's Brown's Link
River, Klamath Agency, to Fort Klamath
From Hornitas. via Indian Gulch, Union,
Millertown, and King's River, to Visalia.
From Kirkwood to Glasgow.
From Dover to Little Creek Landing.
From Centreville to Smith's Dridge.
From Jacksonville to Saint Nicholas.
From Bluntstown to Abe's Springs.
From Micosukie to Rome.
From Live Oak to Cook's Hanm:k.
From Freeport to Vernon. .
From Waldo to Orange Spring.
From Le,sburg, via Fort Cumming,
Fort Gardner, Fort Kissimmee, Fort
Lloyd, Fort Van Swearinger, Okee
chobee, to Biscayne.
From Manatee, via Fort Crawford, t,
From Fort Capron, via Fort Vinton,
Fort Drum, Kissimmee, Lake Istipoga,
Pine Level, Fort Myers, Ponta Rasa, Cwt.-
imbas pay to Cape Romano.
Front Tampa, via Lake Thonatosassa,
Ichipucksapa, Fort Davenport, Apopka, to
From Mellonville, via Lake Harney,
Lake Poinsett, Lake IVinder, to -Lake
From Monticello, via I3asley,' Fort An
drew, Fort Hulburt, Fort Frank Brooke,
Clay Landing, Walasassa, • Welter* Fort
Clinch, lontasassa; Au6tsta,.Spring Hill,
Pittitochoscolce, to Fort Harrison.
Friau Jacksonville, via Callahan, to
Front Mclntosh, via Fort Barker, Natur
al Bridge, to Fort Frank Brooke.
'Front ,Sain t Augustine, Dula is Lake, to
New Smyrna. -
Frfun Cedar• Key's, via Wekeyia, Ocala,-
Lake Bryant, Port BUtler,Volasia, Spring
Garden Lake, to New Smyrna. •• • •
From Palatka, via Lake . Bryant, Lake
Ranson,. Lake Dora, Ap4ka, Jernegatis,.
Tehopekaliga, Lake KissiMmee,•Fort Kis.,
- simmer ; Fort Bassinger, Fort Centre, Fort
Adams, to Fort Meyers.
From Live Oak, via Charles Ferry, Fen
thalloway, to Saint Marks.
From -cola, via Dead Lakes, Saint Jo.,
sephs, to Appalachieula..
• From lola,via, Aspen Grove, Econfina,
Valanibrosia, Euchee Anna; Alaqui, East
River, to Milton.
From Marianna, via Greenwood, to
From Milton, via Almiarante, GentE-_
vile, to Cerro ordo
From Monticello, via Oseilla; Cherry
Lake to Bel!villa.
From Lake Washington, to Fort Kis
From Taci to Saint Augustine. • •
From Tallahassee to China Hill.
From ilainesville, via Fort Fanning.
Fort McCrab, to Fort Frank Brooke.
From Quitman to Deadinan's Buy,
From Mclntosh to Hinesville.
From Lumber City, via Boxville 1, Sew
ard, Perry's Mills, Matlock, Beard'S ' ereek,
to Johnston's Station,.
From Elberton, via Cherokee Hill, to
Abbeville Court House. South Carolina.
From Georgetown thlranleeu Point.
From Brueeville to Streator.
From Staunton to Highland
From Rockwood to Ave.
From Tuscola to Mackvillc.
From Pekin to Washington.
From Salem, via Fox Ville, to Hickory
From Ilauston to Brownstown.
From Scottsville to Galena.
From Wallace to Hillsboro.
From Marion. via Pratt to Van Buren.
From Point Isabel, via Hackleman and
Sbadesville to Marion.
From Delphia, via Carrolton and Lock
port, to Burnettsville.
From Thornton, via Darlington, to
From Franklin, via Oak farm, to Rlkins
From Cumberland to Oaklendon.
From Metea to Twelve Mile.
From Madison, via Bryantsbarg, to Bar
bersville' and return, via - Cameo.
From Seymour to Redington.
From Saltilloville to Bono.
From Saltilloville, via Clayville, • to La
From 'Dexter to Afton.
From Linville to Pleasanton.
From Butler to Sigourney.
From Montezuma to Lynnville.
From New Sharon to Union Mills.
From New Hampton, via Alta Vista, to
• From North• Washington to Alta Vist:►.
From Dexter to Afton. •
From Clyde, via Concordia, 'Vicksburg,
Jewell City, akland, Cawker City, Gay
lord, and Cedarville, to Kirwin.
From New Scandinavia to Jewell.
From Concordia, via Anion, Glasco, and
Rock Hill, to Ellsworth.
From Concordia, via Oak Creek, Mur
phy, and Grover, to Minneapolis.
From Jewell to Cawker City.
From Cawker City, via Osborne, to
From New Scandinavia, via Gomeria
and White Rock, to Big Timber.
From Waterville, via Clyde, to Concor
From Clyde, via Shirley, to Murphy.
From Alma, via Newburg, to Saint
Frern Concordia, via Granny Creek, to
From Marion Centre, via Coneburg,
Holden, Sedgwick City, and Park City, to
From Ladore,7via Timber - Hill, Cherry-
Ville, Morgan City, and Independence, to
From Burksvillc, via Glider, to Celina
From Bardstown to Bloomfield.
From Pikeville to Warfickl.
Fout Blaine to paint o ville..
'From Coalton to Mount Savage Furnnee.
From Louisa to Louisville.
From Caseyville to Dixon.
From Florence to • Benton.
From Campton to Fitchburg.
From Somerset. via Point Burnside,
Tate's Store, Robert's Store, Pine Knot
Tavern, to Marsh Creek.
From Farmersville, via Spearsville, to
El Dorado, in Arkansas.
From R!ayville to Redmouth.
From Forksville to Indian Village.
From Arcadia to Riuggokl.
From Vienna to Homer.
From Penobscot, via South Penobscot,
North Brooksville, and Brooksville, to
From Surry to South Surrey.
From Blue Hill to m McHard's Stream.
From South Paris to North Waterford.
From Linwood to McKinstry's Mills.
From Cookeysville, via Shawan Manton
Mills, to Reisterstown.
From Hampstead to Houcksville and
From Cockeysville to Warren.
From Baltimore to Monument House.
From Bridgeport to Harney.
From Lisbon to Florence.
From Sandy Springs to Brighton.
From Monocacy to Bealsville.
From Clarksville to Nicholas.
From Middlebrook to Germantown
From Silver Hill. by Oxen Hill, to Pis.
Froth Frizzlesburg to Mayberry.
From Princess Ann to Mount 'Vernon.
From Templerille to Marydell.
From Fairview to Conooocheagno. -
From Galestown to Sharp. town.
From Milestown to St. Clement's Bay.
From Piney Point to Leonardtown, ,
From Washington, by . Fort Foote, to
From Mount Airy, by Long's Corner,
to Damascus. •
From Denton to Andersootown.
Fr,ut Hickory to Mill Green.
From Sutton's-Barto Leland.,
From Alpena to Roger's:_ciey, .. -
From Agusta, via Hickory Corners and
Cedar Creek, to Hastings.
From Richland, via Gull Lake, to Hick
Fr , :an Maple, via Edgerton, to Newaygo.
From Peck to Tyre, in Sanaa° County.
From Alaska to Hammond.
From Home, via Barton, to Paris.
Froin Sparta Centre, via Ensly, to HoW
From. Hadley- to Lapier. • •
From Young America, via Camden,
Saint George, and Koniska, to Hutchinson.
From Crow Wing to Brainard.
From Glenwood, via Langhei and Hazel
Lake, to Benson.
From Fergus Falls, via Elizabeth City
and Lake, to Janesville.
From Pomme de Terre, via Waseoto,
Moran's, Arehart's Grove, Prairie Lake,
and Pelican Lake, to North Pacific Rail
road, near White Oak Lake.
From Saint Joseph, via Albany, to New
From JaneSville to Elysian.
From Jackson to Big Bend
From McCauleyville., via Fergus Falls
to Otter Tail City.
From Benson Station, via Glenwood, to
Prom Fergus Fails, viaElizal.ol City f
to PeliCan Rapids.
Fkom Otte; Tail City to Osakes. 1 "
From Atwater, via Kandryoki, to Lake
From Litchfield. via Pipe Lake, 0 Pres
From Cold Sprung to Mannanali.
From Ilut.elimson to Dassel Station.
From Aleitandria, via Leaf Valley, Nil-
Clitherell, Aurdal's to Elizabeth
From Pomme de Terre to Rusk Lake.
From Monkato, via Winnebago Agency,
]Redo, Danville, to Wells.
lITJNTINGDON, PA, MAY 17, 1871,..;.
Froni . Washington to Hanover.
KENT al KY
From S!mtli Sandwiek to MaBhpee.
From Hudson to Clinton.
From - Foxborough to"Wye.iiham.
From Hartford, via Wart's Bridge . and
Fislitrap Creek, to Crow• Wing Ricer.
• From Benson, via Morris, Pomme de
Terre, Fergus Falls, Elizabethtown, Pel
ican Lake, to White Earth.
From Hernando, via Dixie, to De Soto
From Coldwater, via Arkabulta, to Hud
From Saulsbury, in Tennessee, via Ca
nan, to Ashland, Mississippi.
From Ashland, via Rocky Ford, to Pon-
From Ashland, via Hickory Flat, and
Cornersville, to Oxford.
From Roseville, in Tennessee, via north
Mount Pleasant, to Holly Springs, in Mis
Prom Oxford; via College Hill and Har
mony, to Tyro, Mississippi.
From Brooklyn td Greenfield.
From Marshfield to Salem, in Arkansas.
From Tenny's Grove to Dawn.
From Poplar Bluff, via Cane Creek, to
From Ozark to Gore Creek.
From Bucklin to °wawa.
From Connueree to Merely.
From. Knob Lick Station to St. Mary's
From Palmyra, via North River, to
From Shelbina, via -Oak Dale, to Mil
Front Linn Creek, via Cane Puwp,
Mack and Oak Point, to Hermitage.
From Clinton, via Wadesburg, to Har
From Versailles to mouth of Little Buf
From Mooresville to Monroe Centre.
From Seneca to Albuquerque.
From Forsyth'to Arno.
From Auburn, via Prairieville, to Lou
From Prairieville to Clarksville.
From Hartville, via Sunnyside, to Au,
From Granby, via -Pineville, Missouri,
and Bentonville and Fayetteville, in Ar
kansas, to Van Buren, in Arkansas.
From Carrolton to Waverly.
' From Pierce City, via Sammie and
Avilla, to Bower's Mill.
From Grant City, via Lutztore, to Hop
From Fort Kearney to New Scandina
via. in Kansas. -
From Hebron to Red Cloud.
From Sackson to Taffe.
From Battle Creek, via Mad:a - in, to
From Milford to York..
From ITlyss,s, via Cottonwood, to Oceola.
From Santee Agency to Springfield,
From Fort Kearney to Franklin City.
From Fremont to Norfolk. • •
From Fort Kearney to Napoleon.
From Nebraska City to Glen Rock.
Front Winnemuca to Paradise Valley
From Belmont to Montozatua,
From WadsWoyth to Ellsworth.
From Vincentown, via Red Lion and
Tubernicle, to Hartford,
From; Staly MIL to Staly Hollow.
From Willsborough to Willsborough
Prom Adams. via Bishop Street, to
From Kinston, via Fountain Hi 1, to
- Ridge Spring.
From Danbury, via - Park's House, to
From Whitesville, via Abbottsburg, to
From Veston to leCoub.
From Bast Liverpool to New. Waterford.
From Bowling Green to Woodville.
- From Lima, via Allentown, to Spencef.
From Barnesville, via Ilendrysburel, to
From West Salem, via Red gaw, Rows,
Jeiumeville,leap; MeZena, to Plimp
From Findley to Forest,
Froni Ashland, via Brown's, Link liv
er, Lost River, Yanox,Drew'Velley, Hot
Springs, in. Goose Lae Valley, to Lake
Prow Jacksouviile, via Central Point,.
Bybee's. 'Ferry, to McDaniels Mills. .
From Baker City to • gem - City; via
Priteßard's Bridge, on Poivder River, and
From Baker City, via Auburn, Poca
hontas) to RiggSville.
From Christiana, via Smyrna, Bart,
May, 'Clotanten, Kirkwood,' Foraidale;
Bartville ' anti Nino. Points to
From Unionville to 3,latihorOugli. -
Front Palm ta..ll,.sen'sack.
From Holland to Dari,iville; • k
From Hughes to Glen (Jarboe!"
From Moscow; via Sterling, to Ledge
From . Luzerne, via Cbarlcatown, Fac
tor, Oranga, latchum, and Carverton, to
From Shickshiuney, via Town Hill, to
From L-,:hickshinny, yia Town Line,
ilarveyville, Bloomingdale, Sweet Valley,
and Muhlenberg, to Shieltshinny.
From Scottsville, via Jenningsville, and
Lovelton.'to Bella Sylva. •
From Hop Bottom, Lathrop, and Nivin,
From .Centralia to Ashland - .
From Leithville to Hellentown.
From Le*isburg to Milton:.
From Mt, Jackson to Railroad Station.
From Shenandoah to Flour Barrel :Sta
From •• Morrell,-' via Arch Springs, to
From Tyrono to Sinking Valley.
From Alpine to Rossville. . •
From Bean Creek to White: Haven.
From .Beliview to Arnwille..
From Birch Run.. Vile -to 14intheiton. '
Fr( 111 131d9k CiCek to:Syb'ertsvili.,
From Buck Mountain to Rockpott.
From Conqiy:4iie to Dalmatia.
From ThoMpSontown, via East, &dent
and Tan West; to Thompsontown.
Front Hampton, via Mill Run, AO In
dian Creek, to Donegai.
• From Myers Mills,. via Garrett; to Elk
Lick.. • •; 1 •
Via') Brookville, via Knox(lido_ and
MeCalmont, to Big Ron. •
From Tioga, via Farmington Hilt Fa
rmington Centre, and East Chatham, to
From West Bingham, Turner Creek,
Spring Mills, White's Corner'Fi Manson
Valley, Westfield, returnitig by Harrison
Valley and Turner Creek; to West Bing
- From Meredith, via • Shambitrgh, to
From Emelton, via. St. Petersburg .and
Alum Rock. to Jefferson Furnace.
From Kingston, via Mill Hollow,
Trucksville, Dallas, Kunekle, Bowman's
Creek, Lake, Lehman, Huntsville, to
From Tunkhannbek, via Eaton, South
Eaton, Kcelersburg, Centre Moreland,
and Vernon, to Bowman's Creek.
From Brady's Bend, via Barnhart's
Mills to Peachville.
From Eberly's Mills to Harrisburg.
From Elam to Brandywine Summit.
From Flourtown to *hitemarsh
From Mechanicsburg, via Hampden,
Good Hope, and Hogestown, to Mechan
From Gulf Mills to Conshohocken.
From half Way to Pottaown, or R. R.
From Hanoverville to Bethlehem, or
From High:lake to Equinunk.
From Ashley to Wilkesbarre.
From Herriottsville to Railroad Station,
From Hudson to Punsutawney.
From• - Hummel's Store to Knauers.
From Laurel Run to Wilkes Barre.
From Egypt to Seifried's Bridge.
From Locust Lane to Covode.
From Thomasville to York.
From Upper Lehigh to Eckley.
From Upper Providence to Media.
From Upsouville to Great Bend.
From Vineyard Mills to Mount Union.
From Kcelersburg to Centreville.
From Herricksville, via James Mitton's
and William Nesbit's, to Rummerfiold
From Water Cure to Rochester.
From West Greenwood to Sutton's Cor
From Rush, via East Rush, Rushtown
Corners,.West Auburn, and East Spring
Hill to Laceyville..
Frain Montrose, via Elk Lake, Auburn
Four Corners, Auburn Centre, and South
Auburn t,) Meiihoppon.-
From Honesdale, vitt,Berlin Centre,
Beach Pond, Eldred, and Milanville, to
- From Hopewell Centre, via Gatehel
vine, to Bald Eagle. -
From Elbinkivllle to Flint Store, 'Md.
Prom Shippensburg, by Mowersville, to
Roxburg. • • -
• From Greenwood Furnace to Belle
From Mints to Grant.
From Cush to Burnside.
From Greensburg, via Crabtree and
New Alexandria, to Congruity.
From Buekville, via Frankenfield's
Store, Kellersville, and Connersville, to
From Reynoldeville to Punxsutawney.
From South Creek to Webb's Mills, in
Front Shaff Bridge, via Gebhart's and
Glade, to New Lexington.
From Railroad Station, via Turkey Foot,
Front Logansvillc to Glen Rock.
Front Lower Merion to Cabinet.
From Maorill to Railroad Station.
From Mount Waihington to Pittsburg.
From Muddy Creek Forks to Airville.
From Nesquehoning to Mauch Chunk.
From North Buffalo to Rosston.
From North Sandy to Sandy Lake
From Pallas to Chapman.
From Pine Hill to York.
From Rostraver to West Newton.
From Six Points to Eau Claire.
From Spring Hope to Schellsburg.
From Tippacanoe to Brownsville.
From Strinestown to Manchester.
From IVlyersburg, Herricksville, to
From Rock to Lancaster Court House.
Froth Little River to Smithvillo, in
From Norristown to Beans Station.
From Sparta to Woodbury.
. From Bartlett to Porterville.
From Cross Plains, via Richmond or
Fountain Head, to Layfayette.
-From Cats ring to Colninbus,
From McKinney, - via Spring Garden,
Birdville, and Fort Worth, to Johnson.
• From RockpOrt teßeeville. '
From Double Horn to Mason.
From Beeville, via Helena and Lodi, to.
-From Rosen to Waco.
Frotn Rockport, Via Chittipin, to Bee
From Arkansas City to Clarksbur.
From LynclibUrg to Cold Spring.
From Maitin'to Burton.
From Longview, via New Danville, to
' Prom Dallas to Decatur. ,
Froth lionsion io Huntsville.
Froriißr3ian, - Via Wheelock, to Miidis
none, Leg.ikout..Leena; and Centreville,
-From Lyndon,. via South NiTheelock ana
Staunfird, to East liar.lwie.k.
• From South.. Newbury, to Newbury
Centre. • .
From Few Ca. 416 to Union,
From Abingdon to Pool' Hilt;
.From LMurbardy Grove.. vla SmithV
Cross Roads, to Cabbage Farm.
From Fish Hill Station •to Walker
From Holstewn to Havensness.
' From Bradford Furnace to Reed la.'
land. • • .!
From , Vienna to Fairfax Court House.
•From -lifeeebum, via White Hall to
Prom FartaVille to Gravel Hill.
From Toldeville. to Cuckoo.
• 'From King. William Court House to
Willers. • •
From Egeleton's Springs to New River.
• From Manassas to Dumfries:
.From Culpepper COurt House to ' Rix
From Abitikton• to Holztort
From -Ohatiottenville, VIA D. M. Church,
CeniralTlitint..tind FOrlicii.Tran, 'to Co:L .
umbia. • : 'n,
From Poplar Hill, • cridi.Woe Gate,
Madhaniesbar - r, Crab Oreliaid:-Mereer C.
:IL; Sharon; Jeffersonville, 'Lilson's Mill,
:01Ympia f - Chatham Hill, • Rich''Valley;
Lang Hollow, and - McCain Gap, to Glade
Springs -Depot. • "
From Waverly - Station to Dillard's
Wharf, on James River,
. . .
Froni . SiVoOdland'to l'*vie . w.
From Fronohtatt,,via Rock Cave, to
• Front Rock Cave, via' Hacker's Valley,
to Webster's' COtirt Heuse.
From Grimm's Store to Selbyville.
From Skin Creek to Frenebter.
From Wild Cat to Middleport.
From Raleigh to McDowell.
Front Sisaonville to Walton.
From Sutton to Clay
. C. 11. •
From Dupont to Pella.
From Shawan, via Gillet, to Oconto
From Cottage Grove, via Dour Creek,
From Portage, via Alm, to Merri
From Lime Rock to Seymour.
From Primrose, via. Perry and Adams
vine, to Dodgeville.
From Berlin, via Neshkoro, and Ritch
ford, to Colonic.
From Greeley to Jamestown.
From Bent's Fort. via Boggsville, to
Fort Lyon. •
From Badito to Colfax.
From Central City to Carib
From Colorado Oity to Hamilton.
From Walsenburg to Francisco's Ranch.
From Laporte to Livermore.
From Pueblo to Los Animas City.
From Cachares to Walsenburgh.
From Boulder• City to Caribou.
From. Erie to Boulder City.
From Greeley to Laporte.
From Yankton to Old Fort James.
From Flandreau to Medary.
From Poncak to Elk Point.
From Springfield to Old Fort James.
From Springfield to Ponca Agency.
From Springfield, via Mineral Spring
to Ponca Agency.
From Springfield, via Emanuel, Marsh•
ten, to Firestee.
From Placerville to Quartsburg.
From Salubria to Caddy and Tyne's
'From Seneca, in Missouri, Alimquei
From Salt Lukc City to Central City.
From Payson ' via - Cc.ishen, Main7ond
City, and Silver City, to Eureka, ,
Front Salt Lake City. to Binghain Cu-
non. , . .
From Stockton to Ophir,
From UtsaladdY to Skogil
From Utsaladdy to Centreville.
• 'From •Teckalet, via Poet Madison, Moe
kitto, and Tulaplip,• to Snohomish.
From Seabeek to' Union City.
From Arkada to Cajun City,
Front Steilacooni, via Nacher's Pass
and Wallula, to Walla Walla. •
From.Steilacoom City, via Yokohama
Talley, to Walla Walla City. -
From Steilacoom City to San Francisco.
WYOMING. • " -
From Green River, via South Pass city,'
Atlantic City, Fort Stambaugh, and Ham
ilton City, to Camp Brown.
From South Pass City, via Clark's
Fork, Bozeman, and Fort Ellis, to Helena,
Montana Territory. .
From Cheyenne to Iron Mountain.
From Fort Bridger to Scottsville.
From Carter to Fort Bridger.
. Approved, February 28, 1371.
Rude Women as Privileged Persons.
One class of privileged persons, accord
ing to the Saturday Review, is typified in
the woman whose forte lies in saying un
pleasant things with praiseworthy coolness.
She aims' at a reputation- for smartness or
for honesty, according to the character of
her intellect, and she uses what she gets
without stint or sparing. If she is clever,
she is noted for her sarcastic speeches and
epigrammatic brilliance; and her mote are
bandied about from one to the other of
her friends, with an uneasy sense, howev
er, in the laughter they excite. For every
one feels that he who laughs today may
have cause to wince to-morrow, and that
dancing on one's own grave is by no means
an exhilarating exercise. No one is safe
with her, not even.her nearest and dear
est; and. she does not care how deeply she
is about it. But her victims rarely retali
ate which is the oddest part of the busi
ness. They resign themselves meekly
enough to the scalpel, and comfort them
selves with the reflection that it is only
pretty Fanny's way, and that she is known
to all the world es a privileged person, who
may say what she likes.
falls hard, though, on the uninitia
ted and sensitive, whoa they, are first in
troduced to a privileged pelson with a
talent far :;aying sutiti;t things, and, no
OE I),.,rliaps"tinq have. learned . '
their m:;tiner, t)o well to retort kind, if
cad so•t•:;e1 theniselvas .
c: - .11F.1!• ,,,, i.',1 to b.rr the unexpected smart,
:is the ,SparLa:i boy did One sees
thew at times endure their ltuniliati-n be
fo.e folks with a . courageous kind cf
Would .do honor
better er:nse. 'Perhaps 'they. are too •
mild' taken aback - O . be able ntar
their wits for a serviceable counter
thrust; all they eon do .is to is con
fuSed and feel
„angry ; some ,
time,. ;f eeidoci, , the, privileged per
. son with a talent for sarcastic .sayings
meets with bar match and gets paid off in
her &an earn,which greatly offends .lier,
while it rejoices those of her Clicids who
have suffered many things at her. hands
'het;irc.: If she is rude in a more sledge
'hainuter wry, rude through what it pleases
her to call honesty and the privilege of
Speaking her thind-her attacks are easier
to meet, as };ping more openly made and
les'e dependent, on quickness or subtlely of
intellect to parry. Sometiniers, indeed, by
their very coarseness they defeated them
selves, . .
In loyelinesh of form. or of moral char
acter, or of the material. creation, it is
that which is most veiled:. which- is most
,11ea,utiful.. The mysteries of the heart and
of nature, are the.delight of the
the.soal.and the eyes, It seems as if: the
Creator had drawnashadow over whathver
He has made most delieate and most- di
vine, to heighten by its secrecy, out apira
, tion after. it, and to soften. its lustre 'from.
our gaze, in the same manner he ashas placed •
Flids ever our eyes to temper the light
when its impression is too great up
on them, Valleys are the mysteries of
landscapes ; the more we long to penetrate
them, the more they try to wind and bury
and hide themselves. Mist is to a moun
tain. what illusion is to love—it elevates
them. .• Mystery -hovers over every
1 , tiling here below. and. solemnizes all things
to the heart.
A Rich Grammatical Deciabin.
The Ne-s• York Tribune decades that the
plural of "titmouse" is '.tittnous," and
not "titmice." "On the same principle,"
says another paper. "the plural of a tailor's
'goose' is 'gooses,' " as indeed eve hold that
This reminds us of an anecdote in re
gard to a country merchant who wanted
two of these tailor's irons several years
ago, and ordered, them from Messrs. Dunn
43i Spencer; hardivare merchants, then do
ing business in this city. He first wrote
this order : "Please send me two tailor's
gooses." Thinking that . this was bad
grammir, he destroyed it and wrote this
one : "Please send me two tailor's geese."
Upon reflection he destroyed thiS ono
also for fear' he would receive live geese.
Ho thought over the matter until he was
very much worried, and at • last in a-mo
mcnp..of desperation, he seized his peuand
wrote the following, which was duly. mail
ed: "Messrs. Dann & Spencer : Please
send me one tailor's goose, and - d—n it,
.send sue another' " This was the only
way he knew of to ordertwo of them y but
of course he had not read the above wise
decision then.—Petersburg (tia) Courier.
We once knew - a merchant, who wanted
a dozen of the same articles, and got over
the difficulty by ordering "one tailor's
goose," and immediately under it "eleven
How to Act in Case of hilsoning.
The Journal of Health says: Whatever
is done must be done quickly. The in
stant a perron is known to have taken poi
son by design or accident, give to drink,
cold or warm, as fast as possible, a gallon
or more•of water, at a Mule, and as fait as
vomited drink more; tepid water is the
best, as it opens the pores of the skin and
promotes vomiting, and thus gives the
speediest cure to the poisonous article. If
[ pains begin, to be felt in the bowels, it
shows at least part of the poison bas pass
ed downward; then large and repeated in
jections of tepid , 'water should be even,
the object in both cases being to dilute
the pison as quickly as possible. Do not
wait for water, take that which is nearest
at hand cold or warm, for every second of
time saved is of immense importance, at
the same time send instantly fbr a physi
cian,k and es .00n as he comes turn the
case into his li nds, telling him what you
have clone. sis sinwle thet cannot, lie
too widely pub! hvd; it is not meant to
say tlmt a pile or two of simple water
will cure every case of poisoning; but it
will cure amp and bsnefits all by its
rapid diluting q4ality.
Hon. Benjamin F. Wade positively de
clines to be a candidate fcor Gevernor- of
Gen. Spinner has been Treasurer of the
United States for ten years, and has hand
led in that time the very large sum of $5O,
American ladies, accompanied by k near
male relative, recently Made the overland
trip by sledge§fiiiiiitlieDkhotsh sea across
Siberia to St. Petersburg, a distance of 7,
0 , .19 miles.
Hon. Craig Biddle, United States Com
missioner, has been appointed Chief Super
visor of Elections in Philadelphia, under
the recent law passed by Congress for, the
protection of the right of voters.
The population of this country is nar
rowed down to abort' thirty-eight millions
five hundred thousand by the census. This
is rather below what was expected, but
such results do follow the census returns
Miss Anna E. Dickinsonis not going to
England this Summer, as has been report
ed, either to lecture or for any other pur
pose. She is likely to spend the Sommer
with Boston friends in Canada. Miss Kate
Field goes to England, with her mother, in
May, but not on a lecturing tour.
The Hon.-Sharon Tyndale, late Secreta
ry of State of Illinois, was murdered on the
public streets in Springfield, a week ago
while on his way from his kesi
deuce to the railroad station to take the cars
for St. Louis, 'He was shot probably' by
robbers. There is yet no elite to the' mur
In addition to Prince Alexis, of Russia,
it appears that, we are ta hate other royal
visators this sutemer, no les, personages
'than "The King of tite.Cannibal Islands."
Thankawabaio I, and the heir apparent,
Princes Tityteniyaktoo, the latter to re-
Main' long euough to finish his education.
Our aristocracy will have "high old times.
ion. -.Joseph-. Buffington, President
Judge of the Teeth Judicial DiStriet, has
resigned._ Judge Buffingsovi hasbettu in
,ill health for sometiine, and hisresigsiation
was..oecasi.med by qihysical inability to dis
charge the duties of his office.: The Tenth
I)strictis composed or the 'counties of In
diana, Westmorelandand Armstrong.
:Iron, of Vir
ginia•ciled lif4: ! hotne at • Ardxandrii. on
.F.4iclay last. The healli of the veteran
Si . .ate,sman and r4el trader w:ps not Amax
pected, but creates a general ~..ensation iu
Wasilingtob; where he was very well.knowo.
Fie Was horn :a Fairfax . eonnty, Ira, in 1787,
and was otosespient/y .. seventy:fciiir years
~Since the , rebellion he has lived in
seclusion at Ale. .nniria,
,The valley of the. Red River, of the
North is said,t3 contain 60 ; 900 siluaremiles
of the richest wheat land, in the world.
The air New England States,,pen4in; 65,
000 square large,pertion_ of
this area is taken up by mountains. When
the. Bed Biver valley shalthe ,cultivated, it
is estimated that it will produce poo,poo,
000 bushels of weat andually,.
The Canadians are all. for-Lain, as Gov
erpor General of their new ,Joininion. It
is reported, that the husband of Princesi
Louise-Lora isto appointed to ' rule over
our : British-American neighbors: Since
the latest. Prince resident among them, has
shown his Hanoverian blood by bringing
disgrace to several of the most-respectable
families; through the ruin:oftheiri:idingh
tets, loyal todyisto quiteaslratipaut
as fortherly. •.. ••, •
than was found dead in it•hoageerbad
repute in Omaha; a few days ago; and . :up
timing .he had Committed suicide, - "'the
-corner's jdry so found. Nett clay one of
the female inmates called on the authori
ties and gave herself up as the tenrderer.
On investigation it Was found that sire was
innOcentof the self-aechsed crime; and then
came the'evidence that the poor creature,
weary of the life she list been leading, took
this means to incite death at the hands of
thelaw in preference to a continuance of
a career of infathy. What a sermon is
here for thouglitleiS•rirls whe'are now
tending toward a similar life!