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Cumberland Civilian and Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 4, 1864, Cumberland, Maryland . CiíiliiinísCflfflCttl)!). LEVY LIST I I of Allegany County for Williaia WttUb lor serricis iu rc){ar<l to tax sales in 1862 ofuun-rcsideat lands William alicer bridge examinar Klioon White    ‘    ‘ I John W Davis    ‘    ‘ fUM n Kll I-A > n, M AKY I. A N I). TiinisDAV, - - - xVuiJ. 4, 1864. TO AOVKKTISERS ! The Civilian and Telegraph having n mneh LARGER CIHCULAnoN in tha County than aiyother piarr pablishad here, while oatof the Coanty its circnistion it fonr timet larger, it affirds a giod medium for udvertiting It aumbort among itt roadert thotewho are «Me to buy liberally and pay promptly, and whose oastom would bevalutble to buslneit men. Kale* oi‘ Atlverlisins. The nn lersigned liave agreed on tlie follow-Sng rates advertising, wliieii will la' strictly U'lluToii tf>:    ^ <V,«* itpiAn* one insertion......................$|    5)0 ^>ar s«piur<- two insertions.................. »)iie si|Uai-<* lliroe insertions............... 1 >iH'Sijuiire one* month...................... t»nc sijimie two months..................... tini* sqimre vhroo iiuniths................... One square six montbs..................... Dm* sfumn* trrclve months -........ Twi» squares om* month........................ 3    2,'» Two stpiares two mnoths...................... 4    25 Two s(|narrs three mnntlis.................... Two squares six niontlis...................... Two squares twelve imnuhs..................10    00 .^r-ff-Ten lines or less to constitute a square. .^•^All legal iidvcrlisements will be charged neeonlii.g to the above rates, ami Ike parly 4>eniling the same will bo held responsible for the paynu nt thereof. Due fourth of a column, three montli.s...SlO 00 tine fourth of a column, six nionlhs  15 00 One fourth of a colmnn. twelvemonths. 20 00 Half of a eoluniii, three tiioiilh.s............ 15    00 Jlulf ofa column, si.x months............... 30    00 Half of a Ciduinn. twelve months......... 2.5    00 IMie eolumn, three months................... 20    00 One column, si.v nionth.s..................... 30    00 Omr eolumn, twelvemonths..»,  .....40    00 Pernfjn.s earrving on business within tneeliy of (hiniherlami will Iw charged as follows, in-«•Indlng tin* paper One ffinrth of a ciilnmn. per \Tftr....,....Sl5 00 Dneliulfofa C(»lumn, per year............ 25    00 Due (!olumii. per  ........................ 35    00 ;iNi.*y will have the privilege of elianging their adverti.scnieiits for two dollars additional to the nhove rates. The adverliwrncnta niust be strictly limited to their immediate business. IVcseni coMtnicts will he faithfully complied with. Hu.dncss f^inl.4. including paper, 3 months, $1; d months, $•»; 12 mrmth.s, $.4. llANOmidl-S. Dneelirhth ofa .sheet. 2.5 copie.s, St 50; 50 copies. $2 00; 100 e<q»ie.4, J?2 .50; every additional loo. 75 conU. One quarter of a sheet, 2.5 eopics, $3; 50 copifs. rjii; ¡00 Nqiierf, í?5; every additional loo, .^1 .50. Half .Sheet, 2.5 eopieS, $5: .50 copie.s, ^4; 100 copies lo; everv addiiioanl lo<?. SÍ3. T. KNTMIR. Hnioa ices iu regnid to State bounty David Vansickle road examiner John H Friend *    * Win McCabe In accordance with Section 9 of Article 28 ! Woyd Lowe of the Code of Public Clcnoral Laws **f Mary- M 0 Dean land, the subjoiiiod Statcuient is oublisbcd. John Flctehur Tbe undcrat^tncd dvem it proper to acccm- Jacob Brown fur ” pany tbe same With a Aw words of explanation. Thu gross amount of the iu>seasuicnt of the county fbtVlie present vcar ia $0,128,544; last tbe amount was j^.736,072, showing an ..    ______ increase of $303,472. The asK'ssiueut hooks | James W Crawford surveying road have been thoroughly revised, and ure now in | C W Friend chain carrier H more clear and satisfactory condition tbtui ; Jiiu R Savage    *    ‘ they hare been for sometime past. All the In- I K Deighty    ‘    * solvent taxables have been struck off, and manv | David Vansickle for new rood new ones added to the list, w’hicb was the woi^ > John II Friend    ‘    * of niucb labor and |niina.    I    Joseph l/cwis    *    * The levy for the county exiwnsfs for the cur- ; Charles Little    *    * rent rear amounts to the .sum of $«>6,C38 37, j Christ. Waguer being considerably larger than it was the last year; the percentage being 73 ccuts oh the $10(). This increase in the levy and pcrcciilage was wholly beyond the control of the undersigned. Tbe enormous increase in the prices of every lai Abraham .Steel    *    ‘    *    U For bridge ncros.*» Big Vougli at Sang Run fallen d«»wn and divlroycd 3500 article of life has contributed largely lo Umt . A M b Hn.Mi supp end. A few heavy items in the levy list, in    r which the Commissioners hud no discretion, Miic. bhaney, of Ka anAnifir.H n.-l>i/>l« «C «liv^ntonl ur.d will MfS C .Ulliey can be specififd, which, of tlionisclvcs, will ncady account for the increase. The sum of $10,7G0 r»rt was demanded aud levied for the support of the schools of Allegany county, and .53,50o, under the obligatory provisi<ms of llie .\ct of 18G4, chapter 303, was appro|*riaUd for the repair of the road leading fruwt Burrellnlle, by way of Frostlmrg, to Westesnport. A like sum w’ill be found in the list for the cn*ction of .a bridge actoss Big Vuugh at ;Sang Hun. Several other bridges came In for iiei e.'isary provW ion. There wan also a deficiency of nearly $4,000 in the levy of last year for Court expenses The neglected and bad condition of the roads Imperalively required increased appropriations therefor. (’IIARl.K.S lUDOKLV, Prcs't, J. L. THWN.SIIKM), KLIJAH ITHKNTI, JHII.V BKLL, JOIIK II. «STALLINGS. í’ommií*.ik»iicr.4. Tost—JACOB BROWN, Clerk. OUT 1»ENSK)NS. \ M f. Bii.di support of .\nnc .Nowlrn $.50 ‘ Mrst’nssidy Thomas, support of 35 MISrELLANKOU.S ITEMS Iferiiian llanekanip, for opening a new road from Lonaconing to Dine Grove road    $.500    00 2 00 17 7G T E (Jgdon, Printer’s bill T A Goo|ier for work on road .Vclson B*-«ll Road Examiner vcvor Jacob Blocher do    do HoarrSpikcr do    do Wm iCoonU chain oarrmr .Spikcr do do 10 00 do    fi    00 do    4    00 1 00 1 00 Cumberland City Bank loan for Court Expenses    3T0*J    Oo Interest on same frutii April 15, 18G4 to to October 1, 18G4 Mathias Fraxoe^r s\ipport of K. Glass F. Mattingly for support uf .Mrs. Twigg C Uidgley for support of A. Burton X. Jolinsun fur support ofGauiiicr —- support    of .Mrs ITowloy Slicer for snip^vort of Racluiel and 4G 7.5 20 00 15 00 30 no support of M llarrlgan Henry Wade ** M Halphen “ .Mrs Reynolds    20 "    Culoreii chlla    20 Mlnlc (cd'd)    25 **    Peyton Shaw Mrs McQuadc “    Mrs Ohr “    Mary L Rice    25 “    Mike Fie Cuirniiigham “    Mary t’alder “    Maria    .50 **    Old Brickcr N Viilcnlinc Mrs Boyer Mrs Vauiitx Mrs G Friend Win KcriLs Widow Pool Haldcnmn 2.5 Geo Ivnover Mrs Durst Jno Liickman Widow WUawd 35 Sally Marleoy Polh Barnett 50 Ruth King 2o’I Welsh 25 Mrs Piper llenrv Topp Geo kimerly Aza Burton Mrs Dawson Marine Drane Thos Dignan 30 Mrs Eckshaw 20 MrsMcthilloh 2o I) Brant’s wife 35 1) Davis    40 Culli Clark Calh SVitce I’liicbc Emery 30 2.5 1.5 Alleganinn, CIVILIAN A TELEGLAPH. Cinnborlaiid, June 20, 14G4. l.ot;al Tnl,elli;jom;o. íTiTl/'i.'Míieki.avii HImiket.—C'irrcctiU weekly f-ir tliu Civilian k Tclograpl) : Eiiiiiily Flour, per bl.l    §11 Oüalá'OO Extra Fleiir, per bl.I    10 50 a 11 00 Super Flnnr, per libl    8    .50    a    !) 00 Kyc Flnnr, per Mil    8    OO    a    8 25 Wheat, white per bush    2    00    a    2 25 AVheat, reil, ])er busli    1    90    u    2 00 Kye, per bushel,    1    75    a    2 00 tbits, per bush    1    00    a    1 25 Cern. per lmsh.,5() lbs    1    30    a    1 50 ('Inver Heed, per bush    7    00    a    7 20 Whiskey, per fiall'»» • 1 I’laster, per ton    9    00 a 10 00 ^09**------- The Dkakt ix Sf.etkmhkii Xkxt.—The «pinta assijrned fnr this State is 12,.318 a|ipnitinueJ aiiinii(; tin) several Congres-siniial Distriets as fnllnwa : First Itistriet -.'seeoml dn Tliir.l Fniirth I’iftli 2,630 2,1)7!» 1.36S 2,06!) 3,172 Tntal -    -    -    -    12,318 Ciider the now Enrollment if the ipmta is not filled hy the time fixed for the draft one hnnilred per cent, will be aided whieh will iiiereaso tlio number to be drawn frnm .Maryland to 25,0U0. The .(uotaof our ennnty lias not yet been stated, butjnilging from tbe aiuuunt the Distriet will be compelled to furnish, it will reach five buinlred, b(‘yond a doubt, whether we will have any creditor not is hard to determino as no efforts are being made to procure volunteers. Muue Hain.—This region of country lias again been visited by .splendid showers of rain. Sunday. Monday and Tues-ilay last we liad fine showers, which will preve of incalculable benefit to our farmers. The Itcbels, during their occupation Mr. Folek’s, carried off five of his horses. He himself came near being killcil by a shell |>as.sing through his house. the mo.vev ukthrned if it FAILS TU cure. I^PSYCHAGOGA! TIIEtlNbV CEUTAIN AND WARUANTBD .    CURE FOR Fever and Ague! J.VTERMITTENT, REMITTENT, and CAMP FEVERS 1 dyspepsia, loss of appetite. FOK.SALK DV ALL DRtTGOI.St.S. KKNÜ FOR A CIRCULAR. W. G. MACKAY, Agent. .I^16-^3n^_N^8^_Nus»^st.,2^^jr^ p. O. STAMPS.^ K. H. ZsvKLY, Cum ticrland, Ud.,1 I continues to supply these, cheap. | ALSO, . PRIXTINÜ PRRSSER. j^n«I for Circular. JulvT-3m^ WE bflvc now on hand the following tin of window Glase, which we are prepared 10 sull at very low iigurei. 8 by 10,    10    bj    19,    9    by    13, 14,    10    “    19,    11    **    16. 18,    13    «    1«,    16    •*    32. 38,    36    3i. GiveusaealL H. LE FEVRKACO. Fanny .Ma.ssey Wm .Moltcr .‘^tatea Attorin'y for \Va."i1i-ingtoii county, for trying Alh*gaiir County ca^cs lacoh Brnwn expenses in gniag to ,\u-iiupolM <•« luisineeA fi»r cimnly* Jaco!) Wfckaid Driiiter’s hill K H IhiiVr digging 4 gravee (’ II Ohr .3 poát    cvannnulKma (’ R W.agiior 1 coWh WilliawiKight jvpairing f*riilg»i at Western peirt John Klelchcr loati examiner .Mat G fiean    do    dv HRtVngtmr du    do (k’o Uoltineltc surveying road Denton Bury carrying elmin Nathan Ruhy do    do Georgf* Atlirvcrwr in tux 1HG.1 Kzekio! 8(nllmg.s wck on new road .lohn J Stottlcr error iii tux 1.SG3 WImIo Sc Brother articles for jail Brady A' Startzraaii do ' do Evan.s & Hoover Printer's hill . 8aurl>uck A C'unrad cofliii and funornl exfien.scs M Halphin constable fw Mil sSelby & Christie fur.furd on EvatPii creek T B Frantz room for 2 clectiune Jo n l e k sStHle witness John Kean work fur jail John II Stallings currying chain James C lliightu do do Henry B tSliafTor assessing 340 taxahltat and extra work Pity of Cuinherland .Samuel l*ool for making pump .Sophia .McKnight room f«ir 2 cK*«*Utmd UÍMK*n White    do    do do and fuid Kdvvard .Mullen support Mrs Laiighlin at .Mt Hope Kdivard .Mnllcn    «D>    Geo Owcn.s James .Mc.Vully for finicrul expcnse.s Edward Mullen support of Bridget .Mu-grew’ at .Mt Hope Edward .Mullen sujqnirt uf June Mct’nn at*»Ml Hope Edward Mullen support of T .Scliell at Mt llo[K* Edward .Mullen do Mary Loghden at Mt Hope Dr McGomus tor 3 ¡>ost mortem exnnil-natioux John Juhiisoii articles for jail Henry;li work on nsol .Maryland Hospital support of Frank Cadon .M Hughes hoarding and attention to J 1' Lithcul pauper, iieo of J Ways W II McCormack niodieal uttcnduiice to piiu{)er8 II SwarUweldcr stationery for county Henry Brown rooms for 2 elections .Noel Pearce do do «lo Geo T Knorr Printer’s bill Thomas Johns hardware for jail \V A Edwards error In taxes Clerk lo Court uf Ap|>eals, fee hill Archev Casteel room fnr two elections John W Wilson room for one elc< tion J Uoycr    do    do    do Wm Shaw for making coffin Moses Gross clothing f«>r jail prisoners Wm Andrews stafionery for county John Tauber jail bill Wolf Grcciibaum clotbing for Jail prisoners J Guard urilcles for paupers P J Thrasher taking Mrs Logsden to ’* spi K II Butler undertaker’s hill Henry Minterburg making coffin 50 Oo 50 00 100 on 25 no G 00 H 00 1 no 1 00 18 42 9 71 14 21 91 75 5 in 3 16 125 00 ?» 00 4 24 21 on 2 00 2 00 270 00 1500 OO 7 50 lo UU 13 00 175 00 j 175 00 220 00 10 00 73 23 12 62 150 00 10 00 19 85 •2 30 10 DO 15 00 75 00 11 48 13 84 20 93 10 00 20 00 A J Clark H B ."ihaft’cr H B .‘^luitTcr H H Shaffer II It Sliuth r J J Keller M Sturtzinan J J McH«*iiry II D Wineow .Mary Kii’o .SuniucI Engle Jus McNulty Jas Rc\*noln.4 Jas Mc^»'nlty Wm Hill t) I’ Ilcndri«no'n TIuls Gurley John McFarreil J Frantz of Jos. John HarOy Jacob Brown Dr Ohr Wm Stanton Benedict Hearliy II Durst of »S Jno Krunt of Jos .M J Brolait J L Townshrnd Jno Frantz of Jos H Brotenmrklc II .Startzinan Jacob Brown M Hfarlzman S D Brady II Sturtzinun J L Town.shend J W Jones fl B Klhia II B Klbin John .McFarrcn Jns Anderson J .1 Fmifoii J J I’enton J J Fenton V A Rm key K ,M Grumlich F M Gramlii h Jacob Bn*\v n V .\ Buckcy .S I, TowMiihond Ed. Branegan Ww Shaw S D Hpudy    ' T Dcvccinon    ‘ Gasi)er Iliitr    * Thomas Hcall    ' John Oonlehnn    ‘ Jno ConhdiMii Jno C«»«!rI>oj|    ' .Ino Coiilchun Jno Conlehaii    *' Jiif) Conlelum    “ Jno-Conlchan    *' Ihnrv Wilson    *■ Wm HoMitzcIl J B Widencr Mrs McDavid FHKJUFF AND .lAlLOU’S RILL. It T i;«rlitz—ShvrilT nnd Jiiil Rill    S13UC    3 T 6 .McCulli.irs “    “ “    11 ORPHAN’.S COrUT. I'or *6vm niid luileatte uf Judges of orpliiin's Court .1 II Widencr—B*l*eiises of Register’s t lITice C, W Iloox-er "    " .n'STlCK.S OF THE PEACE AND CONSTARLES. T n Kranix Justice of I’ence fees R It Jiinilson    “ il .1 Wioie    " Wiji It tfelly    “ Win I! Uetty fee Hills M .Sherr»    ‘‘ K .M.idofo    '• Jolin l.iivil    “ .1 M.Siriing    " , itoniliT    " I .liis T ll,irllev    '• J.din Hell ■    " Kli .MeMillnn    “ Jno D(>ngla.*<s K B (’oddiugton Cons.taldc's Fcca K Jamison    *' L (J Shryock    “ I’al Murray Will Wickar«l    '* Will Crow    ** G B Parker Jacob S|Melninn    ** Jim M Eight    “ Jno Crnbihiirg    " .him«« MiNuBy    *' .M Carrlgan    ** C Fazcnhaker    “ CORONER’S INQUEST. J M Si rung—for 0 ¡«quests und I'J sum-muiii J M .Strong—Jurors in 0 inquests    .3it    — John Dougins?—1 inquust    5    — PURLIO SCHOOLS. Seliooi f'oniniissioners of AlIegAii^' County for support of schools    $IO,'I«C(i<i ATTORNEYS. C II Thruslon—>Stntc's Attorney fees S103 33 Mrs Ridgeiy .Mrs DiiriuUle .Mr? Knepl» Mrs M. tiee Anne Wnlls Willow 'ienst Murv Diiy Mrs Mefnrroll 10 00 Ciitli Iliighis Miirv Wiinqis Jlye'r Crntiirec Mrs Kirkwiimt ,Mnry Mnlonc .Mrs Shrimp Mrs lleldilVer Mrs Mi'Xnre Con Ilrophey I.(hr. Mcfilnnis Miilliiivs Wilson 00 — Ciiih .loliii.son    30 — It R. iiski y    30 — Iicliiniicd i-hild 30 — Junes C'liishuliu, .sr “ Wm Conrad    '• '.'30 00 Ryan Shaffer 4 00    Oeorge F dhryer    “ 4 00    C W Savage    “ 4 00    Elijali P Bniut    “ 2 00    'Jenry Uanekamp    “ 2 00    John Douglas 2 00    Silas Fitzwaters    judge J Wagner '    “ 200 00    George Mnlliiews    “ 18 00    Thurman FrazeC    “ 18 00    Oeorge W Layman    “ 18 00    John Miller    “ 14 SO    Isaac Kulhuugh    " 3 00    E C Lyon    “ 3 00    Thomas Huinljcrsoii    " 3 00    ,\mus Gross    " 200 00    Jaeoh RowarJ    “ Jolin Hartly .Samuel L Wagner    “ Nathan Trail    “ J N Watson    “ John Fletcher    " Matthias G Dean    “ Wm Waltz Josinh Bcegley    “ Samuel Livcngood    “ E W Hall Casper Cassaii    “ Reuben Ake    “ Wm Rrowning    " John Biiiwnltig    “ tVm Hlieer    “ Jus«'|>h Friend    “ Alexander .Sloan    “ .luincs Slcwiift    “ John Love    “ CLERKS. J II Wilson    clerk Wmtiilpin John Finniz George A Fearer    “ George Charles    " ilaiisoii Jordan    “ Wm R Getty Emory Duckworth    " Wm Ñ Belcw    “ Will Dadysnmn    " John W i’aiker    “ II Cross use L II Porter “ John C Weis R II .N’eivlnn    “ ilojieph Mason, sr    “ Jume? Ililleary    “ Richard Gros,s    " tVm A llinklu    " John F Troxell    “ Riley Hartley    " M J Piper John T. Noil    " J T Hanley    “ Edward McKnight    “ .VStlwnrt    “ R R Monigomsry John H RoidncU    " W C Wilson    •< hrl'llon Vo'iliiy    " James Chisholm,’jl-    " Win G Wihbimuu    “ Hinebniigli    ‘‘ .S Livengnoil    " Eli MeMillan Edward O'Donnell George Smith    “ John Lavelle    “ I) F Mattingly    " It isiiites -    “ I) II frien.l Kllllo    “ W .V IC.Uvni Js use II It .tlmn’er W II Tower    clerk iforgi! J McKay    “ ihn Ryan    “ I I) Roltins    " 2.:; Baltimore and Ohio Rail Road. 1 1 .32 •¿u ou .33 56 31 Hfj 13 42 14 421 .New Schedule for IMssenirer Trains Í? 01» -I 00 8 00 8 0Í» 8 00 8 00 in 00 25 00 25 00 30 00 20 00 20 00 20 Oo 30 00 IIOBpiUl B 7 It P Snikftr constAhic’d fecu A P Nhophard arliclca for pauporii John T Noil, II D aShi{dey, Jacob Martin, Jacob Creek, II aSbercliff, Ilcttenhuuser, Henry Stott, Jacob aStottleruver, Ambrose Hevann, Frrdcricic Sittul, Thomas Callun, Ashford Trail, Peter Slottloinyer, Josephus Norris, Charley Norris, Isaac Buden, Runsou Higgins Wni 2 00 3    00 88 37 G 50 lo GO 37 38 4    85 31 25 43 00 5    00 37 59 2 00 Shcrciiff, Joshua T Harley, Mary Stottlcr. Mary Auii Hartley, Jus T Hartley, Mary Cook, and Mi lo* Olla PAI.XiTI.XiGS, ANDSOAPE View*, Photograplifl, J Fruit Piece* and » general assorlamil o iciures at the Book Store, Ft. Nieholos Hotel May 28.    W.M.    AÜDREW3. Dcrra J Savage, .3.3J cents each ; and Jno Hext, A N Dantfurth, and John Asbkettle, G«| cents, for State witucssi»    10    00 James D Armstrong surveying road 3i> 00 Jacob Breniman road examiner    10    00 Jacob Gnagc    do    do    10    00 Isaiah Boucher do    do    10    00 William Ross chain carrier    3    00 Archibald Wamick chain carrier    3    00 John Warnick do do    S    00 Mr* Long room for elcetions    f>    00 James Furlow for Furlow road    000    00 Right of Way lo Jasper HolT, $40 00, D Bucy $30 00, John Swcitzcr, $5 00, Nathaniel Ruby $20 00, and John Toung $10 00    110    00 L M Crcsop keeping bridge in repair    Í0 00 Henry Shank for new roaifin Dist. No 1    120 00 Joseph Yoder viewing road    C    00 Andrew Kimmell do    0    00 S W Friend carrying chain    2    00 Wm Hoye of D do do    2    00 J L Townshend surveying road*    24    00 Willinm Walsh for money found to bo due him upon tlie settlement of his final account os trustee for John Callan, collector    1273    94 Honry 0 Baker costs and expenses in the case of SUte re. U Baker carried to the Court of Appeals, use of Dcrocmon and'Walsb    140    47 Thurman Proice error In taxes    9    72 For bridge'across Town creek at Pack Horse ford    1349    80 Daniel Duncan 1 coffin    2    60 J. L. McComas for medical services to Sally Markley at Mrs Brobst    10    00 Samuel Pool keeper of court house    100 00 For new bridge across Little Vough 800 00 <1 i< «    “ Big Yongh destroyed by the rebels    800    00 Lewis Prichonl for road leading fVora Barrel ville to Frostbarg $900 00; to David Knode for rood from Frostbarg to Lonsoonlog $1500; to William Combe for rood from Lonoconing to Wcoternport $1,-600 00. These levies arc ondrr tlie oliligatnry set of the Leglsla-liire. chapter .Wi, 1864 extra140 — IfiO —extra90 —114 cases $3 33 4i; C(>1 a 33 3 331 3 .3.3 3 33I 3 3,3 3 3.311 3 3.3 3(; <IGH 3 33 26 q43 3 33 10 004 .3 33 13 ,334 3 33 13 33J M .Scliley—Dept Slate* Devecmoii A Perry “ Hopkii Hopkin.s & MeKaig Wm Wal»li T Perry T A Hopkins J H Gordon C 11 Thr'iston CLERK’S OFFICE. H Resley Clerk of Circuit Court for Bill II Reslcy "    "    "    for offlec cxiienacs CoIli’Ctor for Jury and i)'iI nesses fur Oeloiier Term 1804 Colleelor for Jury and witnesses for Jun. Term 1865 Collector for Jury and witnesses for April Term 1863 "    Witnesses    fur    3    CourU "    Crier "    BaililTs ALJIS HOUSE. Trustci*» of Alms House for its support 3,600 $1075 60 84 50 2000 — 1200 — 2000 — 2UOO — 200 — 300 — ^ ROADS. Uuad Supervisor fur District Kol 250 —do do do 2 390 —do do do 3 600 —do do do 4 400 —do do do 5 • 600 —do do do 0 500 —do do do 7 450 —do do do H 460 —do do do 9 550 —do do do 10 300 —do do • do 11 300 —do do do 12 200 —do do do 13 700 —do do do 14 325 —do do do 15 .3,50 —do do do 16 325 —COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. Charles Ridgeiy per diem and mileage 144 75 Elijah Friend    do    do    256    25 John Bell    do    do    170    — John H. Hlollings    do    do    165    50 J L Townsheiid    do    do    232    50 Jiicab Brown, clerk, solan •    300    — Collectors 5 per cent, on Stale lax 857 — 6 do County tax 3,‘!l00 — Contingent Fund    3,000    79 EI.ECTION EXPENSES. Samuel W Friend return judge Stephen Riley    “ Elisha Durst Uriah Duckworth Nathan S Frost John L McCnlloh Jacob Bizer Nelson Bead LI»d Slollings H áiirclitr Jasper Robinett » Penry B Elbin 36<M 00 It roei Thompson 27 84 30 02 22 02 26    48 14 72 14 78 8 00 6 00 22 12 27    52 R 00 II 00 16 90 '    Ox AX[> Ai-TEa May 15th 1864. l'\V« 'TlIROlf^H Mail Train Unvco Baltimore nt 7.45 u. m. «'    “    '<    Ciiihli d at    5.05 a. m. .\rilves at Wlm ling    4.33 a.    in. (Daily cxee|it Sninlii.vs.) I") I E.tnrc.?.s Triiiu Leaves B:iltimure    15 p.    m. 10 00    ..    «I Cum),',!    6.25    a.m. 10 tiu    Arrive? at Wlna-ling    6.«W p.    in. loon I    (Dailv.) 00 , v„ii Train Leaves Wlieeiing at 10.10 p.m. 8 OU I u    II    II    t'limli'd at    0.55 a.m. F Oil    .\iTÍve< nt Daltiinore    5.4u p.    in. 4 00 ;    fDaily except .Sunday?.) 6 00 ! Exp'ress Tniln Leaves Wliceliiig 11.05 a. 4 00 I.....  •«    10.36    p. 4 00 j    Arrivi'S lit nultimore    7.40 a. *’00. . T!,rough lii'krl? for all the' prineiiiiil eilie? 4 nil ‘ V* .1    . »    . r sV..    ...... ,S:i40BOM 4 (10 00 IG ÜU 1G 00 G 00 « 00 Fl 00 G 00 G 00 *4 00 4 00 8 00 8 (jO>4«.u IT. I I.KAVK. I • ilp.hi.|INuilm.)nfc 1 ♦6.20“:naflon    5.15a. ¡Ldnoconlnp, 5    ' 12.15“|Kro.'«H)urR    4.30p. 1    “    Mt. SxvnKv J    'Ctniih«'rlunil|l(>  * G 00 ' ' *T« Lonnconinfl: only.    (L SLACK, Í t‘0 ( Nov. 5, LS6.1—tf.    Snp«'rinli'n«U*n 4 (lO « «'J I 6^5 ^    6.25 8 00 : 7 4 00 4 OU ! 7.45 ■ :i— P 00 6 00 4 On I 4 OU 17 00 I 6 01) I 4 00 1 4 00 i H 00 I H 00 i 4 00 , ^ 00 I 4 (Kl ! II II CANDY Tliesc bundh arci.isucd under the Act ofCon-gres.s of Mrtixh 8th, 18G4. which providi** that all Bond3 iRsued under under thla Act rhall be K.XICMIT FKOM TA.XATION by urundurnny stale or ninnieipal uuthurity. SuhscripUoiis to tlicHe Bonil.s ure received in Unlti-d SUte.s notes or nutoá of National IhiiikR. Tiny are TO BE UKJtEEMKD IN (}DIN. nt the pleosMrff oI the Guvcrnnient, at any period not la» than ten nor m‘<re thunfurty years from their diHc, ainl until their rodcTnption FIVE I*ERCKNT. INTEREST WILL RE RAID IN COIN, on IíuihIk uf m>t over one hundred dollars annually and on all Dtlier Ih»mls somi-annuaDy. The interest is puvabh*. on the first «lays uf .March and S**pleiu-hcr in cttdi Siiliscriliers w'El rccivx* vitloir R(*gÍFter«d or Coupon Ihnidi, ns ihcy nmy pn'fcr. Ur^islcr-«•(1 Bunds arc recorded ou the lio«)ks of the 1’. S. Treasurer, aitj cun be Imw.sHiivd only on the ow nors onler, CoujKin Ihmds are payab'e to oearvr, ami are luore coinoniiiit for cum-inorcial use.*. .Siibscrihers to this loan will have the option ofliaving their Bond.; ‘Iraw iutcreslfroni .March l.-it, by puyiii" the ftccrncd UiU*r«‘St in coin— (or in Ltiltud .Suites notes, or the noten of National Bunks, adding liHy |*»*r cent for pre-iniiiin.) or rtroive th«*ni «Imwinjí interest from ihcdatcnf 6ul>ecrlp<lon and tlejiusi!. As these Bond.» ár« E.\ciiii)t from Miiiiiripal or Sliilr Taxntlon. H.ISIIl'.L.SII CANDY . I    one    to    three    per LIITI.E MEADOWS. WISTAU'S BALSAM JZ7NJS, la, 180-4-.    .    «>? fplfK undersigned h.iH opened lliiedesi- ¡    Wllií) CH£BRY. .1. rabie «umnjcr retreat aud titud U )ip i¡) a I i)NB OF THE OLDEST A.VD M(>ST IftLD N.irlli iDid West uf the Oliiu Rivei-, may I e ' pn»cure«1 at this oíTicc. Is. G. IRKMM, A^cnt. CuiiilrtTland íítiition. May l!'. 1m«m. Notice to Passengers. l'iiiiilH'i'iaiKl atul rciiiis)lvaiifa Rail road. o: nfter .Mon»l«y, Neveuibor 2d, and uniil furlhcT notice, Panscr-ger Garrón thir rond will rtin ar follewa,* . 6.16p.m. n,3.45p.l HASHKKSIt CANDY I boJidsome and coiriforeoble manner- lU- i prepared U» accomodate fifty vi8Ítoi*s. He will keep an excellent table, and good clean beds, and choice liqueri. The line iccnej v, pl*rttsiint ri«lcs. and Lracin;; inouniain air, wuitii is al* wuys cool and rcfVealiing, render it one of the !Uo«l healthful und ngrwable mi miner resorts in tin.* country. It is situnfcd on the National Itoad, 22 'miles west of Cumberland. Daily communi(,Mition hy cars from Cuinhcrhind t«> Fr«>Hthiirg, aud tlicncc over the National road by GoacTics. The iieighborlmod furiiiblu*s ahundant Nnpplics of poultry, mountain mutton. tcgvtabic-E Ac., fur the luble, und TER.M.S will be very moJcrutc. THOMAS M. BOYER. .lunelC- 3m. Tnioll and Ailtgaiiian copy. J I’-WiniKC’EiVED. A L.ARGE LOT A.S OF HARDWARE l.MI’Le.ME.\TS, SUCH f:.isirfi'ff.v auiV-iMi of k.\- CIIASr.VKXT, OHIHXTAr, F.V///f./ltAXr 4,VD FFIi VL\'F coMror.y/). A |ilin.?unilili' iDiil hurmk'.'? stimulant run 4 00 I fii'tiojiiziog fur Xm vuiism s.?, Dc liilily, •’u 8 00 I siiin of Thuugtit?, I.ns? uf ApiK'tili', Dt pr«-?.?iuti 4 uo uf Mpirit.?, Nrrvuii? Ili iolnclif. rliill.? iiiiil I'l'vvr 4 OS I Iniputuiu’u, Ni-rvuii? I)i4)ilily, Wiiiil ul Vitality 4 00 . .Ai-. Its'li- hciillli iniigoraling ipiaii 4 00 I lif'S ari' lu'cuming knuwii iiml iipprci iiiti'il *» 00 I tliruoghuiit li)uh iigtli ami liruailll) of llif lami t> 00 1 rvDilvr it almi.i'^ult.soluli-ly rrrlain it 2 nil ln'iiim«. uiiu Ilf till' limit popular ami siiiTi-.ssl'ii 2 00 ri'liK'ilii'.s I'VIT lii'oiiglit furwanl. To tile So’ 8 06 dipr. Trav«4ar iiiiil I.almrvr it.? vaiiio ciiTinot ) 6 nil ■ uviT cstimatril. 'i'lii' pruprirtur? liiive tlie 4 00 .Hali? tiuii Ilf siX'illg tllnse wlm lit lirsi upjmsi i' IS 00 iu iiilrmliu’liuii imw till' must lari 18 00 ruinmriiiling il, and tliey idiallriige I 8 oo i I,, [.riidoci-nil arii- li' id'i-c|ual iiiiuit. \ siiri' 8 110 tgimriiiilv Ilf it? siiivuKS is lliat Mm eiilerprisiMg 6 60 I lirm of ilAlillY A I'n.. Imvu Imimiim llir agiMiI.H •'.00 1 fur Ihe sail' of it. aii-l llivy aru now pri-paii d I 8 on ' I'l,misil it in any qnaiility. Tim ini'i'i'asi"! •I (10 imiiid jiistiliid tlmir furesiglit. and tiny invite 4 110 ! a test niiil exniiiinniiuii of it in its iiiipruv ; funii. .Si'iid for a i ir' iilar at unm. FOX AND Y\ HjD CAT S(!.\LPS. j Tim attontinu uf all tlm iiii'dit'ul fariilty John I'utliT 13 fox und 6 wild eat III on | invilrd to iliis 'nmrnpi'iilii' ni'i iit Rilas Li'ighty lh*nry I’ Shipley 11 John J Wc^Miiati in Jidin ('rntKl'urg 2 )lin Mnllcn 12 •adiiiK «V (n 4 111 .\ Thrasher 11 Sam llarKliI'crgcr 1 Hollar'S Wiley 1 Henry WHriu 2 .Moses Gross    3 Sam Sonchorn G J’Tower    14 :rry Guard    3 Eb Kitzniilh'i* 5 .Andrew DawFon 2 2 .V» i«*at .*n^ hj aii'l h.r aale by drup « ncnillv • lay pari uf llio c«nin1ry 1»\ nmil ‘ nnd 5 ' and i $27.5 00 Kudulph Bui’kmai I*’ A Mju«uii TlHiniJi.*! Cullun 1 t; “37 50 24 " 10 “37 .50 Juliii L McCulluh 1 “AND Henry B Slmffcr 21W II Jeiikhirt 15 “$ 1 .55 Julin Hnnuiird .\«)rmaml Jiuubs 1 " 1 “.5 (»2 II (’ aShipley 17 “i20 40 .\ruhey Cliisliuliii .3 *•14 00 Gt'urgc .Stover I “2 .38 X B Harvey 1 **10 .50 Daniel I»nvis I “3 55 53 lo John (J Harvey G V Moon I "69 49 Wm Kitzniilh'r 175 27 Geu Ilohlitzcll 9 “4 50 Julm Dnvis 2 '*3 95 Samuel Furlow 2 “8 52 G«*u W (’row 2 “3 10 11 H Ouekworth 2 “4 82 Amos Willson 72 72 K B Dawson 2 **13 40 Ja«'uh Goldsmith 1n 78 Wolf Oiccnehautii 2GO 00 J M Ibilmcfi * (’0 in n7 14 Iscwis D Dnvis 5 “57 26 Henry Matliiiply . ,} II7 94 W WKastmnilAÍlru 1.5 “34 .53 A C Duckworth 2 ’’looo Isaac Wiuehrenncr 7 “42 20 Andrew Gonder 11 "19 07 1 D 8Iulmugh 2 "2 50 1 11 Duckworth 2 “ lames Burton 1 "« $31 50 ; W K Oettv Shnltz k Getty 1 " 6 “M Kernrv 2 “.\ HO :    I’nt    II]» in II no ' ^d.HUan.l .leal 1; .‘.¡I I    * S«‘iit t* •J 00 ! or cYon-.-'i. ..L'fJ-l’ri«’«* cent.-). .79    an>l    .$1 ] box. Jhjshigc on $1 ho.\ only nine «vi extra. liopurte»! «.nlv l.y the O'lX/AJI ir.lAA.I// CD.I//M.vr. N.’W Vt.rk, Apceril.i* Ofticc. 3G Beckman stnvt. New V«.rk G CO ; DABBY A r.i.. Si.h*    fur    Ihc    Slali    ... 21 5c I Mai uiand, \V1iu1#-.-hU'an*l B« t«»il Frem li l.'un-4 .50 ' hvliolUTS and Krnits, 295 West Baltimun f) Oil 1 siroct. Halliniuri*. 2 0()    Beware    uf linitaliuns. For ¡«alo hy drng„'lfitd und dealers Ihrough-nt the count Fninci.s .McKenzie I«*lin Morlsey iLdiii .M Kight Joel Miller Sam J Miller Robert Laslilcy Jidin Tiv«.*tt Stephen Rihy diaries Norris Ilohlitzcll liii Warnick Alfred Wurnick nry I» Philips James Dye, sr Arch Chi.sholm Ii«»g9dun of R Joeinh Bcnghlcv " )scph F Fricni’l Morgan .Sam C Wiipncr Rnskirk Geo F Rohinelt fifci 24 CO 10 oc 1 00 28 00 15 00 1 00 1 00 21 1^8 .3 00 I 00 I 00 1 oo 1 5c 1 00 1 CO 0 00 2 UO 2 00 2 00 2 00 7 00 2 00 1 00 2 00 11 .50 rt 00 2 00 15 00 2 00 7 00 11 00 2 00 2 00 1 00 1 00 f* 00 2 00 h 00 4 CO 5 00 Id 00 1 00 4 00 .3 00 4 00 2 00 1 00 2 00 4 00 1 00 1 00 4 00 1 00 1 00 1 CO 1 50 1 50 •3 00 1 00 K«)f mln bv ROHKUT T. MORUÍS, R:tltiiin»n! str«iot, TiKir17-!y    in'cr    tlio WATCHES! Wm Wiisj 14 11 7 • noJohn Frantz of .los 4^ 00.lames T Hortlcy I1 00K Minko 1 11 7 60J II .Sbillings I ' " 7 06Wm Hiirvevi .Son 10 ■ ‘ and 1 " 71 56John ncaril I '1 061) E OITiitt 6 '6 66.SlivcrftToivnshcnil 3 'a 00.Tohn Ailtiir 5 ' 1 •5 00Joliii C I.ower 8 '8 60James W’ilsiin 3 ' " and 3 " 7 .50Thomas Oriiuea 11 '11 00J LTowiishcnil fi ' " nnd 1 " 7 500 W Dclttwder 8 ' ‘ and 2 " 11 onThornton Gilpin 4 '4 onWm W .Selhv 2 ‘2 onOwen MeEIfi'sh .5 '5 00.lesso Browning 12 ‘ < 12 00George Hamilton 1 ‘1 00Eli McMillan 1 ‘1 00Charles Warnick 1 ‘ 'and I " 2 50J W Magruiicr 3 ‘3 00Michael Pangh 1 ■1 00Elijoh Frlcnil 10 ' ‘ and 5 '* 17 .50James Falkncr B ‘B onIsoar Frazec n ‘B onM A Browning 3 •.5 noJeremiah Enliio 3 ‘3 00Joseph Dewitt 2 ‘ ‘ and " 4 60John H Friend 1 '1 onJohn F Friend 2 '2 onJos Friend of John 2 ‘2 onA W Savage 1 '1 onDennis O'liricn 4 ' ' nnd 1 " 6 50Marine Drano 8 ‘ ‘ 8 no\Ym W Bray 1 ■1 nojulyl4ml JACOB BROWN, Clerk.WATCHES! ! kmujfu. smss asd amkuicax ooh/t. SUA'FH AXD I'l.ArFI). A i/t/A’.s-. oF.vrs- A.v/i iioys'. THJ-: ouKArrsT a\j> hfst ¡x thk KKLENHECK & JOHNSON, At ihcir stand uii BA LT! MOUI'J Street, «DO-f dwrto I’lJHtvJ/lce M'.irt’irfís, f'//.l/.V.V, B/xas, /’/:.vs, i-Bxrff.s, sm>s, Birrnxs. roo TIII-lt'KS, l.ot'KBTS, t'llMi'MS. TlllMBl.ES, BRACELETS, TEA SETS, r.XSTOUS, .1 WAITERS, CALL BELLS, GOBLETS, errs, SALT STAXBS, SCOOXS, FORES, EX IVES, LA BLES, FfS/r A XI) /'IE A'A7I'A’<S', BETTER EXIVES, XAI'E/X R/XGS, itr., iCr., M’n kmp a large as.«orlmcnt of nil kimU uf XOTItiNS. (lor prim? will lie fuiin'l much lower tlnin at IV iitlmr e?liildi?hilloiit. tine rail will ronvlnre ail that the pinec to 'livircm'.N, .n:\ Axn aii.yicii- VI.ATKI) If.lA'A’ KELENUECK ¿^TOir.N’SHN’.';, Rnltiiriiiru Street. W.irnins and Jewzijiv eiirefnlly repaired. Eugruring uf every ileseriptiuii iit simrl nu ticc. ..    iniir    17-ly. he First National Bank of Cumberland, (Snecetding the Cnndterland Bank nf Alleghany,) .ROANIZED Dnder the Ranking loiw, will commenim business on the 1st liny of July next. Authorized Capitel............$606,600 Capitel paid in..................$100,000 DiaiCTORS. Joseph .Shriver,    J. W. Jones, Alpheus Beall.    J.    B.    H. CampMl, Mopewt 1 Hebb. orvirvs*. JO.’kEPH RHRITER, President T. SHRIVER, Cashier.    Jnne.R' Ira J KFEVllE’S CAMD ITC’II LOTION. A NEVER FAILING REMEDY For the Carr nf Gnnj) Ttrh, Tiller, I’ois-tmalididl Skin Bisruus, .Soldiers should not he without it, ns there i? no danger in using it wtiethcr in or out uf uf the field. DIREC’TION.S : Apply the I.olion to the parts nlTceteil, night iinii morning, hy means uf n nig or sponge. rRXI’ARRO ONLY RT Jiinc2—y II. LE FEVJIE Jt Co , Drnggistfl, Climb’d Md. Insolvents Notice. Hugh McKenny,'NiF.n, this i8th day of April, 1864, llis Orcilitnra. that Hugh McKenny g’ves notice to his creditors, enilorsorsand Mirelies'lhat the 1st Monday of Octulicr next is fixed fur the f",’iil Hiigli McKenny to appear in the Circuit Cutirt for Allegany county to nnsncr such intorrogato-riesashlscrcditurs.enJorsersaml sureties may prutmoe or allege ngaiiut him; and iliat ’« ropy of this order )>e pnblislied in some newspaper printeil in the city of Cninberland once a.wcfk fur ilirec successive rnonllis prior tir the ]tl Monday cf Octubur next us such nólléo/' ■ Tri t-H. RFJ3I.K.Y, April Cl, :861. —3in.    Glerli. eeiil. per r..’iaiiin, aeeording to the rate of tiix Icvie.? in vnj-ious parts of tlie country. At the present rate of |iremlum on gold they pay Over Eight Per Cent Interest In currency, nnd arc* uf equal eoiiveniciK-o as a |a*rnnuiciit ur tctn|»urury investment. It is believed tliat iiu securtlles uller .<o great induccmeiilN It» lemler.s as the various de--ciijilioiiti uf E. *S. Bunds. In all other forms uf inJi'htedni’W, th«* ur nhility «if private jurlies ur stuck companies or separate ctimmn-iiitieHunly is i»ledg«*d for payment, while fur the ilchi.s of liiu I'nifetl States the whole prup-Tty uftlie country is huldt-ii to secure the pny-iieiil uf hoth pniuipniand interest in coin. These Bonds may he BUl.scrlhed for In sums from $.50 nptoany magnitiulo, on llic same terms, and are iiuide equally nvailahle to the filiest lender and the largest capitalist. They J be «‘unverti d ¡nt«» money at any niuiti(>nt, I tliii Iiultler \iili liuve the h(Mieiil of the It may be useful to state in lliis euliiuvtion Iiat llic tuUl I'll tided Debt of the riiit*"! s'^tate.s III wliieh the iiilerest is payablein guM. uli the {d day uf March. I8G I, was $7Ü8,!HÍ.5,00(». The Interest on thi.s debt for the coming fiscal year will hi* .$45,9.37.12G, while the cnstunis revenue III gold Ibr the current fi.seal year, ending June tilth, IH«»4, lias hecn ?<» liir nt the rate of over $100,000,000 per annum. It will be seen that even the jucsent gold venues of the Government are largely in ex-■s «»f the wants of the 3’ren.tnry fur the pay- | 'lit uf guld ifitvirst, wlille the recent in« if the liiriir will doubtless raise the annual re-ipts from the ciistoins on the .same amunnt of impurtalions, to $1.50,000,000 per annum. Instrnetion.s Iu the National Banks acting as fill agents were nut i.ssiied fruni the rnited .-Jlnte Trea.snry until Man?h 2«’., hut in the liree we« k.s of .\pril thesiibsrriptions averaged lore than TEN MILLIDNS A WEEK. Snhsn iptuins will In- re«’*4v«'«l by the FHl.^T X.VTIONAL B.\NKr»r BAI.TIMOIIK, MD. FIK.ST NATIONAL BANK OF WASHINGTON D. f. IB.ST NATIONAL BANK OF CARLISLE, I'A, .\n(l by all N'utlonnI RiiiikN. Iiii li lire ih'positerie? of I’ublic inoiiiy, niid RESl’ErTAr.LE HANKS AND HANKERS iliroiighimt the I'oiiiitry, (acting iw agents nf Hie Niiliomil [leposilnry Hank?, will fiirnisli further information on a|>pt.ienlioii and AFFUItn EVEHY FACILITY TO .SClkSCRI-HEIiS.    May    12—,’lm KNGLISII WALDRON, GRAIN AND GUA.SS SC7 T1IES, AMERICAN WALDRE.N GRAIN AND GRASS SGY’l'HES, ULGODS ORAI.N AND GUAS.SSGYTHE3. SWATHS. RIFI.ES AND WHET STDNE.'», HAY A.ND GRAIN ltAKK.1. I'lTGIl FORK.S, &i. For sale tiy Hr.MHIKD & LO.VO. Corner Ralto. und .Meeliuiitc Streets, Guiub. Mk.    Jiiiieli;. '64—ly. New Stockj New Stock! HAVE jart reecivud from tho East -¿X. XLm az>so S-too Is. OP A LI, KINDS OF NonoNs, FANCY GOODS, JEWELRY, CLOCKS. AVAITVRB, OASTO^S •«ILVGlt AXb S-1.ATE» ffiéoONS ETC., ETC. Which wo Inlend to sell ot roranrknble low «gurc?, FOR CASH. You can save Twent}' Pep Cent, by purchasing your Uooils at Kelenbeck & Johnson’s, K.XT DOOR TO POST OFFICK, BALTI-MdllK ST., CU.MDEULAND, MD. Oct. 22—ly. K FEVUE’S WHITE OIL! A NEVER FAH.I.NG REMEDY ir Spr.iirt.n, (’iits, liniisc.?. Old Sore?, Si'falelii)?, ItiTigliiini', Oitll?, Oliiifca on llor.?!'.?, lilii’iiiiKilikiii. Liiiii-liiigii, Ni.'iiriilgiu, nnd nil [niinfttl J.oeiil .YiTecliini.? lliat iitliict tlin llitiiian Systuni. DIHECTIflNS ; Apply the l.inimeni two nr three times per day mill rub well in With a llnniul rag. riiKe.inzn nv II. LE FEVHE.;: f'n., ie2—y.    Driiggisi.s,    Ciimli’il    Md. COLLECTIONS OF Claims Against Ihc liiilU’d Slatos. / aiAKLES H. TmtUSTOX, Altorm-y at Law. (!uiiiberlani| Md., having gerur«'d Jlie ru-o]>cnitiun, in 1N'a.'sliingt«>n City, of a potisilih* ami very i«ncr«§sfnl Agency for the Prosecution and Collection of Claims iipiiM Ihi' Di'partna tilt> of the (bivcvnnient, and being pruvbh-tl wifli the Arts of f’uiigret;!* aitf laU'-St neee.'isary funiis. will mulertake to eull«\(, all lawful I hiiiuri ngiiin.Bt the rnilt'il .^tiitea, f«*r lhaflca ami other property Io*l or der,tru\«*d w hill* in the HiTviet;t»f the I’nlted Stilt»*"; t^utb-inp. A.; .Snb.'iistaiiee; Tranupoitationl I’J.tpri»»®# inrnnül In Grpauizing, iSubnihlIng and Train-j'urflug Troops pri«irtu inn.sler into th«'.-«crvii#^ .Sihlier.'i ami TejiniHterfi’ Bay, Ih'unlM'.H, IVl« siuns; Bulan«‘i*.s due to dueeiuscd Soldiers au4 Bounty Laml. (i^tre on /Itliitnore sSirctf, near tha Uotul I'ch. Im—Gdi Parm for SAIiE OR RENT! I will pell nt a low prior and <»!i lung « n dití». or n'lit a vahmble furtll uh l^ideling Hill (.'reek euiitiiiiiing about 360 Acres ofLand, most of it «'lrnre»l well fenced in g«»otl or<ler, with two dwelling liun!«e.o, and Huilnble out huuse-H, und a line Saw Mill on it. It is abiHit thri'e mlli'.s from the (5iiial hy gu«d road, und the same <listan«’<‘ froiiithe Turnpike. There is plenty «>f good limber t veiiient. Bu8.s«.'.SHlon given at oner. WILLIAM WAL.SH Fehrnarv 11 —tf. ABLE KEM5DIES IN TH£ WORLP FOU I'ouglik, Coldfi, Whooping Coogii, (ironehiil.N) Uifflcuiiy of Rreatb' tug, A.sllinlA« lloarsencss, Sore Throat, Cro»p and every affcc* lion Of '{’HETIir.OA'f, LUNGS ANDCHB.’^T, INCLUDING E^'EN (0 ® 21 s U M T T a (0 if- W’isfar’8 Ifalfiani or WTId Chcrryi Hu general has the nse of this remedy le: eunie, end ?o popular is it everywhere, that it is unnecessary to recount its virtuM. Its works sp<>ak for it, and find utterance iu thcabuodant and voluntary testimony of the many who from long sufl'ering and settled disease have by its use been restored to pristine vigor and healtli. \Ve can present a mass of evidence ip proof of our assertion, that CANNOT BE DISCREDITED. The Rev. JACOB SECHLER Well known and niucli respected among tl. German population in this country, makes the following statement for the benefit of the af-llicted. IlAXovKn, Pa., Feb. 1«, 1839. Rear Sirt—Having realized in my tamilv iiiil«)rte»it benefits from the use of y’cmr vai-ual.lo prejiaration—WISTAR’.S BALSAM CF WILD CMhltltY—It alloras me picuu,. to eoimiieml it to the public. Some eight years ago one of illy danghttrs sccnieii lo l)e iti’a decline, and little llnpoa of her recovery were eiitcrtnineil. I tlien proebrerl a bottle of your excellent Balsam, nml liefbre she had taken tlie whole of the contents of the bottle three was a gicat improvement in her health. I have ia my individual ease, made frequent use of your valmilile medicine, and liave alwavs been'beu-efiitted bv it. JACOB SECHLER. From Jonathan how'er, Esq., A Well Known anil Highly Retpeetalle Genltr man. Ct.R*R9i'BlX0, Wash. Co., Md. Sept. 13, 1860. Gentlemen.—Tlii? is to ecrlifv Iiml during the lust fifteen ir twenty years 1 liaVc been af-llietcd with a sevei-e aflbciion of the lungs, and timt after trying many remedies lo little OF no purpose. I was induced to purchase of your agent in this [iliire, (Mr. A. J. Kershner,) a I'ottleof Dr. Wistar's Biil.snm of Wild Cherry wliieli lin? |>roved lo lie all it liiis been recom-tiiemh'ii. 1 hojie nil iviio arc nniietcd in a similar nmiincr will try tlie virtues of this great medicine. From ITati. John fi. Smil/i, a Dittinguithed ^Lawyif in llrt/minsler, Md. I have on several ocrnslons ti.sril Dr. 7VIS-TAIl'.S HAUSAM OK WILD CHEHRY Ibr severe sold.?, and always willi decided bettcliti— I know of no preparation that is more cfficn-ciou.? or more dteerving of general ii?o. Tiie Halsniii iia? also been used with exd-lent elfi'ct liy J. It. Elliot, .Moreliniit, ljull's t.'ro.?.? liouds, Md. Wistar’s Balsam of Wild Cherry. None geniiilit; unless signed “Í. BUTT.S,”oii tlie wtnpiJtr. For Sai.k nr ..T. P. DIN.«Mo|íK. \o. 161 Hioailwav, N. Y. S. W. FoWI.E ,k CO., I'ropriplors, Hnslon. And hy all druggisln. May5,'64 -Iy REDDING’S RUSSIA SALVE!! FORTY YEARS’ E.Yl’KRIENf’E llii.H fully (hstitblislicil the RUpcriurtly uf Reddinsf’s Russia Salve Over all oilier healing prepiiralions. 11 c ure.' all kiml.? of.SOHF.S. Cl^f.-;, |ioI|,.s. •SCALD.S. IH’H.V.S, I'I.l’KH,'?. .SAI.T lillKFM. KliY.SIPKI,A.s..sTli:.S, I’ll.l'kS, ( ■OI.’N.4..'<OIIK I.II'.S, .SORK KYK."». Ae., Ac.. ItF.MoYI.N'G TIIF I'AIN ATli.Nt’K, AND ItFDl’t’IXG TIIF MOST ANORV .S\\ KLI.iNG.S AND INFLAMMATION AS IF HY M..w:it;. O.VLV 25(:K.\’I« a HO.X. Foil S.M.v. Hv J. P. DIN.'iMoHi;, .Vo. 4PI Hroadwav N. V. ■S W. FOWLK A CO., No. 18 Treimmi .St., Hcpstiin. And ly .ail dniggisls. .May6'«;i-li. WM. R. BEALL & CO., DBALKRRIN (i'ROniGULIQl'OltS, Queens and Glassware, Clie-«ving aud Smoking Tobacco, PfPEfl, SNUrr, MATCHES, ETC., Baltimori) Street, near the Rsilrbnd begot, €«imlFcrlnnil, Itlil. '■pHE two oxtonslveistoresof WM. R.BE.tLL 1 ifc CO., ftdjonlng each otbcron tho louth «¡tie of Baltimoro Stroet. are now Btoek-0(1 will) a full, iregh an«l variod a>i8or1rn»nt of tho nhov<} nrticlea, wliieh (hoy will dispose of on rongonnhlotorms, WII0LK8ALR nnd Kli-TAIL, to their Ciiy andCountry cUrtomerg. FLOUH. BACON, FÍSH, BALT, LIQUORS, c., C(inet(in4ly on hnnd. Dee. 11, Ibfli—ly. ^aVUBON 01T-! CARBON OIL! A s'jpcrior article of FISF WUITK C.m/iOX Ott., Always on hand and for sale Iiy II. LbFERVE * Co., Druggists. mar 17-ly ÍT'HENCH’.S HOTEL, ’ ON THE EI'KOPEAN PLAN, 4)ppoallc the Citv Hall Park, Corner of Friink-fort'.Street, New York. .Spacious Hefectnry, Hath Room.?, onil Har-Iter .Shop, lled-roorn.s warmed gratis, and only one tied in n room. Do not believe riiiincr.' or hnrkmen who ?ay we are full. «re not allowed to receive perqiiisiles, np’.’l-1y §75 AOENT.S W.V.VTEI). gl.iO ''pO SELL .‘lEVv'ING MACHINES — I. We will give a eoinniinsion on nil ma-rb nes “0111, or employ agents who will work foe elie nbovB wag. ? and all cxi'ensea p«ld.— \dilres, D. R. HERKINTO.V A Co., Drtrnit, D R. W. H. McCORMlCK Ofr«*fS hid profesHÍonnl services to the citizen:; of (himbcrhirul an«l vicinity. His office is UU Houth Mc«'.hanlr Street, n few tloors Ih'Iuw Brady and sSturtzmau’s Store and oplKisite the Cumberland City Bank.    Aprl4—ly. i MM A iV » i'OB AUCO. Reading on the Rail. V 8(TÍ(5.H of liooks of nal lutrit, printed ill Inrire type*. They can he r«'ud in the f’lirs without hurting the KyiH. NDW BKADV. I. f'ii\Mi*E H AnvKNTniK, hy G«jiionil Henry L«'c; i»ri« «', 15 eeiils. All iu’«»mnt «»f (In* ndvcntiires of .Sergeniil (’lmin|H‘ on his sta ret niihpluii to eupliire B«'ii«*-dirl .\niuM. TIk* iiiithuruf this iiiii rulivi' was then n Major under Wa.shiiqfHui, and hinnfetf iUTunged llu! pix'liiiiiiiari«s «if “ Champo’» .\«|-vcntiire.” H. 'I'nr Spy rsMASKki»: prirr, 40 relil.i. \ nartaiivu «if Ihe aulual e.\piTÍ«'iiee.s of Kiiu«h (j'o.sby, (G(nqHr’s ‘‘llarviy Birch” in Thi'Spv,) ftiund’ tl on iiieniuninda fukru hy a ^hurl-liand reporter frotn ih«* \t*rbii| accoiriili! uf “tli(5spy” hlni.'^clf, dnihiK hi»; \Ih)(, Iu Sow York ab«»ut IH25. Il«* wiu? ihcn »iver 70 year.** old. Thi.H h«»ok hlloHe a rtrikiiip* und.«uipgest-lv«) Fiinilarily bclwcen the diniriillies « ncouiit-crcd from fiu'íiuus» oppo.sliion lo lilM*r(y during the Ib'voluliun nnd tho iliffifMiItics inipt-iBng the iirogrcEH of liberty now'. III. Asxib A!*i» Her .M^RTru; a í*ote-.S(ory from Blarki\o»)fl; prl«'f, 20cintf«. Thin story hn.s nttra« leil gn at attention by it.s purity and vigor, nnri «'.«fM-uially by ita frce-(loiii from fahie ’•i'iitimeniali.'>in. UKADV IN JUNK. IV. Mft. AM) .Mils. FriA!?K MkkrV; by IVhi. M. Tii.ickerny: price; 80 cents. t»ne «»f the besi of Thnekerav’s shnrt sluries. V. “A Ti!nRoplNr.xAMPLEi> PRc?rr.niTT;” by Wnshington Irving; (from ‘WuolfiTl’s U«»osl;’} , price, 20 rents.    I An account nf John Law’s “Missisflirpi hie.” and th«i strange and rxcilln;.- in«*i«leiitF ultendinp Isaw’s career. Th«i npplisilem-ss of this .dory to some nerullai»»’K'8 <if the present time gives if a special ie.icresl. Published by ÍL P.    Henry    Holt. •‘.•ICC of ihe Keheilinn Hccoid, No. Ill Broadway, N. V. Governmeut Claims. 'I'llE undorsignsd hjgs leave lo inform the J. piililie ihiil he ha? miolo. satisfuetory ar. Tongenienl? with eermral ejfffeni Attnrney. in llioeily .'f Warhington. I), t;., for tha purpuse of follrrHitff flatmn nf aU kittd» nf/Mtssst Ihr f.siifocJ Slaltn Uoves'snsunt. Claim? for pon.ion?, diimagos, haok pay of soldier* oiid ofiiccr?, quarter,nsater'? certifl-I-Slo., an.l, indeed, ail kinds of lawful clfims again?! the Govuruniont will bcspesdily col-looted If pnt III my h.'inds. No oolleciirn, n*. charge. Call, or ad,treat mo, at tho law offioo of Mr* (lenrg. A. I'D irro, Washington street, Cumberland, Allegnny county, Msrylard. WILLIAM J. READ. Ootobor 8, 186.3. INSOLVKNT’.S N( )TICE. Jacob IValhert,    )    flRDEREI), tliis 24(h V?.    f    day of May, 1864. that Ili? Creditol'.t.    J    Jaeidi WiiílierI give no tice to lii? creditor?, *)iidor?cr? and efiretlcH liiut till) l?t Monilay of Drlulier next in lixnl for tho ?nid Jaeiili Wiilliert to nQpeiir Iti tho Cirniil Court for Allegany roiinly, io answer such interroga torii? 11.? lii.sereditor?, endorser? iindsii. reties nmy propose or pilege iigainst liiin ; and timt II I'opy of tins order I.e piiblblied in some ni wspa(ier prinU il in some new.spiiiirr printed in the I'lly of Cniiilierluii onee.n week for tliron nerisslvC niontli? prior to said 1st Monilay of I Ictoher, a? .sueti notice. n. RE.SLE7', .Miiy2C—3m    t.'lork. rl'I FÉ VRK’S    ~ J    pDtm GJ.YI^ERINE BALM ! I Fine Remedy fnr Chajiped Hcurds or Faec. ^ MRECTION.S: Wash the hand* eh'an and wi|K‘ them drv and uiiply the Hiilm, riilddng it well in’ rRKi’ARKii nr Jiine2—y 11. LE FKVRE & Oo DniggiEtR, Ciimli'd Mil REDDtNO'S RUF8IA FALVR Ileal? Old .Sores. REDDING’.S Rt’i?.'<I.\ MALVR (hirc.«« Biirii.s, Saihl.)?, ('uh«. REI»1»IN<:’,S kU.'4.'<1A FALVR Ciir.-i Wound.?. Hnibcs. Sjirains. REI>IHNli’.S IIU.S.S'IA .«¡AI.VK Cure? Buili*, ric«*rp. Cauceríi. REDDJNii’.S RUSSIA SALVR Cures .«alt Rheiim, Piles, Erysii>elas. REDDING’S RUSSIA .SALVE Cures Ringworm, Corns, Ac., NO FAMILY .SHOITLD BE WITIIOCT IT Only 23 Cents a Box. roK BALK nv ). P. Dl.VKMORE, No. 491 Broadway N. Y .S. W. BOWl.E A CO., No. 18 TremonI St , Boston. ,.nd Iiy nil Druggists and Conntrv Stor'ko'.iH.r.?.    May5'04 y Jl^ST RECEIVED, a lot of fin To Consumptives. Cousumplivo stiffcrers will receive a ralna-preseription for the cure of Consumption Asthma, Bronchitis, .and all Throat and Lung affee-tions, (free Of charge,) by sending their addres.? ,--- Rev. E. A. WII.SON. _ Williamshurgh, Kings Co., New York. COA Is Oils IsAi-nPS. WF. have just racoivo l a fine asiorluent eonsisling of all kinds of Coal Oil Lamps and Lanterns. Sept. .3, 1863.    H.    Ls    FEVKE ft CO. ALW AY on hand, afine stock of Mill * Cross Cut Saws, fo. sale by F'b 11 ly    HVIKBIRD    ft    tON«. 1    CORN    aiid^OO BÍÍ7 » V/vJ of Oats on hand and for sale hr Junes—J-    A. J. BOOSE’ A FINE lot of SPFCTACtES just t<-eehieA and for sale low for cash. marl7-;y KELENBECK ft J‘''HN.tON. bblj;. Potomac herring. Just receired a«d for sale by A. J. boose 'PUB finest brsndi of Tob.eeo and Segnrifor , iJ CPTLERY, whi.h we will soil low for i DUMP CHAINS & FlXTlTRES, ÍP KBLEXBECK ft J0H.V.«0N. J .'sle hy Aprils U. 1. U0RR1.8, BssrP. Qflci ' marchl7-1y    Feb    HUMBIRD ft LONO

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