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Huntingdoh; Friday, May 3, 1861
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Our Army Correspondence.
TR= r.,1) 811PGZANT " STANDLIia BTOXL CICAILDS."
'ANNAPOLIS, MD., April 26, 1861.
Leaving our company- at the Bueh
ler House, in Harrisburg, when I closed
my last; I begin another seated in the
Navy Academy, near the capital of
Maryland. Thousands of ideas crowd
in my head in shorter space of time
than a minute, but by forcing them
back, I am enabled to write each down
in its turn.
Scarcely had I done my last letter
to yon, when to arms! ro Aums! rang
forth, echoing and re-echoing through
Camp Curtin. Soon we were march
ing to the Pa. R. It., bound for Balti
more, but owing to the condition of
the road, we were compelled to remain
. Of neXt . day, when we_
steered in a different direction, and
founffourselves parading the streets of
the QuakerCityatmidnigbt. Millions
of people' surrounded us, and, we be
lieve, the greater majority females.=
We were glad to hear the Standing-
Stone Guards exceeded all others in
the city that night, which, I assure
you, was more than none. After
marching and getting an abundant
supply of provisions at the different
saloons, we returned to the cars, which
served us as d resting place during the
remainder of the. night. Next morn
ing immediately after the rising of the
sun, we were again flying over the R.
R. to—no one knew where—but ere
noon-day had passed, we were en
camped on the banks of the Chesapeak.
Between 3,000 and 4,000 soldiers were
encamped at this place. I would hero
say that we received more sound sleep
While remaining in this camp, than
any other since we left. Day vanishes
in darkness, night approaches, the
moon looks down upon us in splendor,
guards are at their posts, the wearied
soldier boy rests himself on his bed of
straw. llcw calm, how quiet; but
mark the change. " GUNS, boys," is
heard in every quarter, and in an in
stant the once quiet camp is in a state
of confusion. We were soon placed
along the shore of the bay, as we
thought, to fire upon the enemy, but
it merely proved to be a shipping of
ourselves to the next place.. An hour
ago sleeping on the land, now sailing
on the water. After .sailing all night
and •he greater part of the forenoon
of next day, we reached the Navy
Yard at Annapolis, where we are at
present. About 12,000 soldiers are on
this ground, consisting of artillery, ri
flemen, volunteers, etc. To-morrow
we may move towards Washington.
April 29, 1861.
In the midst of about 800 " soger
boys," I am again seated to pen an
other missive for that welcome visitor,
the Globe: It is almost an impossibil
ity for me' to collect together my ideas,
as the greatest confusion now reigns
throughout our camp. Many are en
gaged in erecting berths ; some are
taking an active part in tripping the
" fantastic toe ;" others aro engaged in
singing, , whistling, swearing, eating,
smoking, readinr , lounging, jumping,
lying, talking and' writing.
Amid till's contagion I take up my pen,
To let you hear from our empany again.
My last I Wrote you from Annapo
lis, the capitol pf. Maryland, and not
having sufficient time to dwell on thin g s
in general in and around the capitol
then, I will do so now. •
After arriving and quartering an
hour or so, we concluded to stroll
around town ;: hut did not go far until
we learned it was -unsafe to venture
without arms. We returned, shoul
dered our muskets and set out again.
Had'it not been for the "niggers,"
Mr. Editor; that surrounded the cor
ners, and filled up the doors and win
dows, we,would have liked to reside .
in the city, pretty -well ; but underZ
present circumstances we preferred
being further down in Dixie.
The Navy Yard at this place, I con
sidered-the most beautiful Yard I ever
beheld; but I would scarcely notice it
now, after - beholding the Yards of
Washington, where we are at this time.
To give a description of our trip from
.li;)rutpolis to Washington, would string
my letter too long, therefore, I will
postpone and reserve for our, conversa
tion at my return. - I will mention we
arrived at this City - on last Saturday
evening, the 27th Ult., arid quartered
in a temporary building, known by
the title of " Inauguration Ball-Room."
Saturday night, with Sunday and Sun.
day night passed away speedily; .. Mon.
day morning carrie, and with it came
our breakfast, which consisted of crack
ere and raw hog flesh. We pitched in
like a set of grubbers, and considered
ourselves as highly favored, no doubt,
as many kings and ;princes would at
setting down to feast on the good things
of the world. After breakthsting, and
drilling an hour, perhaps more, we
started put ,to view, Oo great Capitol
pf the United States.' We' directed
pur course up Ponnsylvania avenue—
permit me to say that we saw more
people there in one minute, than yotf
would see in Huntingdon in five years
—we viewed the tree in which Sickles
lodged the balls, while firing at Key,
also glanced over his miniaturp, and
proceeded to the White House. •
Our conversation with old Abe will be
given in our next. It is supposed there
pre 25,000 troops in this City at present.
[Correspondence of the Press.]
WASHINGTON, April 27, 1861
This is a glorious Saturday. The
town is filling up with troops. Busi
ness is brisk in consequence of the
growing accessions to our population.
The stores aro crowded with soldiers,
who buy freely and pay generously
Our noble boys are in fhet twioo paid;
first by the Government, and second
by their people at home; but, above
all, by the love they bear to their
country, and by the way she returns
it to them. How different from the
troops enlisted for the Southern Con
federacy ! Besides a bad cause, they
are out of food, out of money, and are
taxed-to keep up their Sham and fraud
of a Government." The ladies_ are de
lighted with the soldiers of the Repub
lic; and those'whO are' absent will no
doubt be envious of the fortunate fair
ones who have been brave enough to
remain. The Seventh Regiment are
the beaux of the army; the Rhode
Islanders the cavaliers; the Massachu
setts boys the Roundheads ' strong,
alert, and resolved; and the Pennsyl
vanians the true type of the mixture
of the Scotch, the Irish and the Ger-
man. The head of rebellion is crushed.
The awfhl form of the Government is
disclosed. There will be no retreat;
no compromise; no peace, till the reb
els surrender to the power they have
defied, and worship the flag they have
stained. If Baltimore resists, she will
feel a retaliation more fearful than
any in history. If she submits, she
will be forgiven. But our troops must
pass through. There must be an open
way for the people to their own tem
ple—to their own capitol. If they are
opposed, wo upon the opposers 1 Mary
land will not bo allowed to go out of
the Union. If her Union men do not
keep her in ,the Government will. There
has been enough tampering with trai
tors. We must now look to our dear
est rights and interests'. To save
them, all else must give way. If Mr.
Lincoln desired to pause, he could not.
The question must be settled. The
doubt must be solved. The cry now
is, The Government of our fathers; the
unity of all- the States of the Confederacy
under the Constitution of the United
I witnessed a grave scene yesterday
evening—the swearing in of the Sev
enth Regiment of New York, nearly
one thousand strong—the President
and his family and Cabinet present.—
It took place in the lovely square cast
of the Capitol. The oath was read to
them, and with a unanimous voice,
after the fashion of the Episcopal ser
vice, they responded to every word as
it fell from the lips of the magistrate.
Tears flowed from many eyes as they
answered to the call of their country,
and pledged themselves to the Govern
ment. 1 glory in the spirit, enthusi-
•ism and patriotism of our people.=
And now, I, who have sent many gloo
my words, of late, send you words of
hope and of joy. If there is peace it
will be based upon a full assertion of
the power of the Government, and the
full denial of the right of Secession.—
If war, we shall go into battle with
every good angel and every holy mem
ory on our side,
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G. ASIDIAN 31ILLEIt
316.) 3, 1861
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IS ON HAND
SPRING AND SUMMER
Ito ha, received a fino aesortment of DRY GOODS for
the ST , ing .11 , 1 anwnwo tiomon, cmnpridiug a very ex
tenolvo 1.1101 tment of
LADIES DRESS GOODS,
DRY GOODS lu general,
GROCERIES, lIATS d - CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES, Bc. Ac
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the gouda—and his pi ices.
As I an determined to sell my Goods, all uhu cull may
Cutintiy nuance taken in Exchange for Goods.
11EN.1,3ACODS,atifie Cheep amen
Huntingdon, April 2, ISel.
THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES.
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lion, (age, occupation. habits of life, Sc.,) end in cases of
extreme poverty. Medicines furnished fire of charge.
Valuable Reports on Spermatorrfflea. and other Diseases
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velopes. free of chat ge. Tao or three Stamps for'postage
will be acceptable.
At:drets. DR. J. SKILLEN HOUGHTON, Acting Sur
geon, Masud Association, No. S South Ninth Stleet,Phil
culelphl4, 01, Hy order qf the Dire,tors.
EZRA D. HARTWELL, President.
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1 on hand and is eenstantly receiving large assorments
of American, English, and Smuts Wittches, uhich ho s ill
sell at lower prices than ever offered.
J. L. would call phi limier attentiol to the celebrated
Ammumv Woven. which for accuracy of Cale and dura
bility, and leis liability of gutting out of alder. is superi
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of all styles and patterns.
Cold. Silver and ,crest Spectacles,
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The Dime Song Book, No. 1,
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The Dime Song Book, No. 4,
The Dime Song Book, Ico. 5,
The Dime Song Book, No. 6
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EST IN TIME
BETWEEN Tlll TWO CITIES ON NEW YORK AND
lIAEItISDIJItO 1 VIA It EADIVO. ALLENTOWN
Manna Iltrouss, West, leaves New York at 8 A. if.,
arriving at Harrisburg at 12.45 noon, only 6.X hours be
tween the two cities.
HAIL LINE lames New York at 12,00 noon, and arrives
at lfarrisburg at 8.30 P. M.
Mommo Vert LINE. East, leaves ITarridburg at 8.00 A
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AFTERNOON EXPRESS LINE. East, iCaVel% Harrisburg at
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11 - lodation, this routo presents superior inducements to the
Fawn between New York and Harrisburg five dollars.—
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July 18, 1660.
PHILADELPHIA AND READING
ON AND AFTER MA Y 28th, 1860
Two passenger trains leave Hart islung Daily, (Sundays
excepted,) at 8.00 A. M., and 2.16 P. M., fur Philadelphia,
tri t icing them at 1.25 P. M., and 0.15 P. M.
Heim ning, leave Philadelphia at 8.00 A. N., and 3.20
P. 31., arriving at Harrisburg at 12 45 noon and 8.30 P. 31.
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Four trains leave Rendlng for FM40610,1.4 dnilp, nt
A. N., 30.43 A. N. 12 30 noon nod 3.43 P. M.
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11:e subset then who bas for inoro than ono year, carried
on leminess in company with Messrs. F. BRANDY, 11. GIN.
P. WtilMt.r.r, and Mr. LAUER BOOR, has this day dissolved
partnership with the above Jinn 1 All claims against the
old firm will be paid by the subscriber, and all those In.
debted to the firm a ill pay hint.
and JEIVELRY vnill fi always be repaired. A
good etocic of Ccoette, Wereurs and Jr.wra.nl
will be kept on hand k F for cuetemera who may
favor him with a cull,
Huntingdon, March 2,185 D,
SOUND ON THE
BOOT & SHOE QUESTION
no just opened the beet assort-
merit of Goods in his line, ever brought to Huntingdon.
Ills stock of HOOTS and SHOES for Ladles, Gentle-Ma
men, Minces, Hoye and Chi en, comprises all the
latest fushious, and manufactured of tiro best ne.
Also, is tine assortment of HATS for men, Bays
and Children. HOSE in great variety for Gentle
men. Ladles. !Kissel and Children. CARPET BAGS,
SUSPENDERS, GARTERS, FANS, Lc., Lc.
SOLE. LEATHER, CALF SKINS, MOROCCO, LASTS
and SHOE-FINDINGS generally.
Thankful fur past favors, a continuance of the same is
N. B.—Boots And Shoes for Ladies and Gentlemen, re
paired and snide to order.
Huntingdon, Sept. 24,4860.
T I OR EVERYBODY.
TRY TIM NM STORE,
On Hal Street opposite Carillon's" Mere.
• SUGAR and MOLASSES,
COFFEE, TEA and CLIOCOLATE.
FLOUR, FISH, SALT and VINEGAR,
CONFECTIONERIES, CIGARS and TOBACCO,
SPICES OF TILE BEST, AND ALL RINDS,
and every other at ticle usually found in a Grocery Store
ALSO— Drags, Chemicals, D3o Stufbi,
17tints. Tarnishes. Oils and Spin. Turpentine,
Mid. Alcohol, Glass nod Potty,
BEST WIN E and IIItANDY for medical purposes.
ALL THE BEST PATENT MEDICINES,
nod a large number of at tides too numerous to mention,
The public generally will please toll sod examine rot
thamsolseS And rem u my prices. •
S. S. SMITU.
Mpy 35, ASP,
TILDIIISN'XING DON FOUNDRY TN
BLAST AGAIN:—The subscribers take this toothed
id inhuming their friends and the public generally, that
I , • - • . they have rebuilt . the Huntingdon No.un
, . ;
~ dry. and rue nou suc.essful operat ion,,
and ate prep:lllqt to furnish Castings of
Itiliniri., o „ every desrription, of beet rialtty and
otlimauxhip, Ott NilOri notice, and on
teaeonaGle terms. For mere are invited to call and exam
ine our Ploughs. We are mantifactuting the limiter
Plough. This plough took the first premium at the Hun.
tlngilon county Agi ictlllnnll Fair lust fall. Also. Ilinitcr'r.
eLleln Mud Critter 1 . 1011018, m Lich Can't be beat—together
%lilt the Heyntone '
Hillside and Bar-shear plough,. We
hale en hand and are manufacturing Stoves—such as
Cook, I'm ltir, find Unice stoves for wool or coal. Iloilo%
mare, consisting of Kettieq, Boilers, Skillets, he., all of
it Melt ue .111 sell cheap for cacti or ill exchange for court
toy pt mince. Old anoint taken for cleAliuri.. thy
Ilt till HIV to business, and a llorire to Ileum°, e hope to re
coil 0 it liberal altar,: of public parr. aria K e.
.1. M. CU.NNINCIIA)I & BRO.
Huntingdon, Apt II 30, 1550.
ESENWEIN'S TAR AND
WOOD NA PTIIA moTortAL,
Is the !root Best iti the tot Id for the enre of
Cotighs and Coldi. Urotitt, tlrnncbitis. Arthina. Uilllutlty
in Itnaithing. l'aliotatiott of the hoot. Diptherii. and
for the teller of patients in the advanced stage., of Com
gumption. tow•ther with all dmeames of the Ihtunt and
Chelt, and uhieh pt edisno.e to COl.lllll pi 1011.
It II pecolholy adoteil to the rathela cm o of Asthmn
Dying prepared by a Practical Physician and Droggid
nod one of In eat experienco In limo care of the various
dlatlasei to a !itch the human flame is liable,
It is offeted to the afflicted with the greatest coufs
Try it and be row aced that it Is Inralinbin In the
care of Bronchial allectiuus. Pt ice 50 Gantt. per battle.
T.SIINWEIN'S AROMATIC ISAUAM,
A Tel y valuable remedy for Dial hra, Dye. ntery, Cholera
Nlorbas. and all Jamul afloctions. Ti y it. Yrice 25 cetitc
4i . The above Medicines are prepared only by
DN. A. ESENWEIN
Ihuggi,tg and Cliond..tx,
N. W. Corner Ninth Popi.tr Ste.
N. ll—Sold by e.rry reerectable Druggist and Denim
lit Medicine throughout the State.
[June 20, 15e0.-ly.]
A o v AtT'i' l :'R
P'lleUidel6 r ned :urorp,e,,:„,eolllloattentioiof the Ciizet
Inutingdon end the adjoining cootie, to the pluck of
beautiful marble now on hand. Ile is prepared to furnish
at the ..Ito teet notice, 310uuntental 3lntble, Tomb, Table ,
end Stone,/ of every dirtied MU Mid col m of Italian or
intern Matta°. highly lin tshed, and cat ved with non,„
in late devices. or plain. as ine.) snit.
Building Marble, Door and Window Sills, &a., will hat
furni.hed to order. ,
IV. IV. pledges himself to furnish material and svn) lo
nam,lup equal to any in the country, at a Mir price. Call
11111 see, botla a, )on mu china eloesrhere. Shop on Hill
heel', Huntingdon, Pn.
Huntingdon, )lay 1555,
paziaN ~,,, THE T LIAR A—The
;PI Presbyterian Psalmodist—The
""' r=? Shown—Theduhileo—lientetis nnd
Bet ties enlarged mid Removed hint] tietoi s—Wviland's
New and Improved Method ho the 0 Owe—Wand's Aceor
deon, \lobe end Flute Inc(' uetors—llinner's and Mowe's
Violin In.truclord--liollak's Melodeon Insh uctor—llnr-
Ino on' Pi 4110.ii4 to Primer—do. Thorungliditve Pi inter—
Itowe's Draw ins Room Damen—Thu Chores Woo Book—
Tat a. a Deep, for vale at
poon, STATIONERY Jr MUSIC STORE.
_LA; A complete rocket Ready Reckoner, in dollars
mid cent, to whieli aro ndiloil (Immo of Soto& Bills, He.
reipts, l'etttionp, &c., together with a set of naefuftables,
containing late at loitered hum 0110 dollar to twelvo thong
and. by the single day, S. ith a table of Wage:, and boatel
by the weak and ,I.ty, published In Mitt. Fur sole at
L1111'1.5" 1100 K 870108.
AT LEWIS' BOOK, STATIONERY & MUSIC STOitE,
OSGOOD'S Spallsr.lst, 2.1. 3d, 4th and sth Itsaders.
31'0 1./FFEY'S Speller and Renders, (old and now editions)
SANDER'S do do do •
SWAN'S do do do •
COBB'S do do do
Webb's Normal Readeri No. 1.
Towns Speller mid Definer, (old and new editions.)
Smith's. Bullion's, Brown's and Towar's Gr zumnars,
Fitch's Physical Geography.
Mitchelre. Monteith and 31eNally's Geographies k Atlases,
Webster's and Worcester's Dictionaries.
Quackenba First Lessons in COmpositian•
Quaokenho's Composition and Rhetoric.
Uteenlears. Stoddard's, Eturneremis, Swan'esColLarifeccd
Peterson's Familiar Science.
Greenleal's and Stoddard's Keys to Arithmetics,
Greenleaf's anti Davies' Algebras.
Greenleaf's Roy to Algeln a.
Parker's Juvenile Philosophy,
Parker's First Lessons in Nature! Philosophy.
Upham 's elental Philosophy.
Wilford's history of tho United States.
Payson. Bunton and Scribner's Penmanship, in eleven
Academical, Controllers' and other Copy books.
Elements of Mop Pruning, v,ith plan for sketching maps
by tri-angniation and improved method.' of pryjoetiou.
Davies' Elementary Geometry and Trigonometry.
Davies' Legendro's Geometry.
Fulton 12 Eastman's Book•kceping.
Book Keeping by Single Entry, by llanaford lc Payson
Book Keeping by Single and Double Entry, by llanafotd
Other booka.will ho added and furniahed to order
A toll stock of School Stationery always on hand
LIQUORS, of the best, for Medicinal
purponca, at S. S. SIIITIT'S.'
cLOTHING ! CLOTHING!! Keep
yourself warm. Call at 51. OpTSIAN k CO'S Cheap
Clothing Store, in Long's new bonding, Market Square,
Huntingdon, Pa. A good stock alwaykon hand. (0028.)
COAL BUCKETS and Shovels,
for sale by JAMS A. BROWN.
CLOTHING! -A large stock on hand,
tit the cheep Mop of BENJ. JACOBS. Call and ex.
amine goods and prices, (oct2B.)'
DRATTLNG AND DRAWING PAPER
White and Colored Card Paper,
For ante at
LEWIS' BOOK et STA TIOXERY STORE.
TF YOU WANT TO BE CLOTHED
CA at the atom of BENJ. JACOBS.
NVOSTENHOLMS' Celebrated I X 1.,
noires atol Razors, for tab by
.1.119. A. BROWN.
riALL•at D. P. GIVIN'S if you want
I,_) GOOD vow. •
By thp hoz, pack, or lea, qunotity, for 001 at
LEWIS' BOOK AND STATIONERY STORE.
A OOl3 SKIRTS with from 4 to 30
I . l. , hoope j at pylon !Tom 25 Os. to S2W at the cheap
mare of • If. V. CMS.
OIL CLOTH WINDOW SHADES,
GILT- GOLD SHADES,
TAPE: CORD AND TASSALS,
A FULL ASSORTMENT
AT LEWIS' BOOK STORE•
TROPOSALS .• -
Will be received liy the subecrlber for mining and
delivering into ears the coal from the Povvelton and Bar
net Collaries, far one year, ending March first, 1.802.
The coal to be deliveied at no nmch per ton, of 2240 lbs.,
as aforesaid, in the best marketable condition, free from
slate, and other impurities, in such quantities and of such
description as may be de signated by the orders of the
The contractor will be provided with such mining tools
and implements, mules, homes, &c., as may be on the
premises, a valuation of which will be made at the time
possession is given, the amount of which valuation to be
accounted for at [lto expiration of the contract.
A good store ho provided. A moderate rent will be
charged foY housea
The mines to be worked subject to such mining engineer
as the lessee may provide, For further information apply
to EMIT. 11ARE POWELL,
No. 104 Walnut Street,
Feb. 20, 1.661.-tf. Philadelphia, Pa.
COAL OIL!! COAL OIL!!!
James A. Drown sells the genuine" PORTLAND KERO
SENE," on COAL OIL, clear as wotcr.
This is the only kind of oil that gives entire satisfaction
ns an agent for light.
Ben are of conuterfelts And colored carbon oils. Thoy
omit an o@•mlve smell and smoke.
A ge variety also of
COAL OIL LAMPS,
Chimneys, Globes, Wicks. Earners. Shades, As., to., sold
nt the very lowest prices, at theplardware hiore, Ilu-ting
DATER PAPER !I.
A. Note, Mot, Commercial, Foolscap and Flatcap—a
good assortment for sale by the room, half team, quiro or
LEWIS' NEW BOON & STATIONERY STORE.
LAST NOTICE.- •
Ali who have unsettled accounts with me of six
mouths Mantling or longer, are earnestly requested to
call and settle up and save coats. I must have money 6r
(pit Meatless. LEVI WESTBROOK.
Iluntingtiou, Jan. 2, 1801.
Wholesale and Retail.
Just roc:heti and fur tab at
LEWIS' BOOK STOKE.
SELLING OFF FOR CASH!!
AA ‘g the nimble penny Is better than the slow gixpence, !,
and xondlin Ors in cosh, are Lotter than vexing eyr-sore
boa IP counts, JAM XS A. TIIIOWN is now determined to
sell ott the liege and splendid stock of Hardware, Paints.
which he ha, just brought from the east, at such low
in ices, av n ill induce ever) body to crowd In fur a share of
His atock include, n complete variety of
BUILD' NO.IIIIIDIVAItII, MECII A NICS' TOOLS.
CCTLERY, lIOLLoWAVARE, -
OILS. PAINTS, SADDLERY,
VARNISHES, GLASS, CARRIAGE T'tIMMINGS,
STEEL IRON. CgAIN PUMPS, LEAD PIPE,
MOROCCO, LINING SKINS,
COAL OIL LAMPS and COAL OIL, Ac., Ac.,
PATENT MICA LAmp cupDalys,
Togother %tit!' a fa kl astottutollt of overYthiog Pot Willing
to ilk line of Im•iuevs.
Km All orilcis receive preterit atteniioll. - oi,
345, A. DROWN.
Iluntinvion, April 10, 1861
EST WAR NEWS!
HIGH PRICES DEFEATED
NOW is the Time to buy Cheap Clothing!
Respectfully Inform the public generally that he has
.lu , t leceired a Into) and nen endented stock of finduonable
SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING,
to alilch he asks the attention of all who ate in want of
a Malt a n d mnfortable Coat. a Vest or a pair of Pan
Ills stock will bear examination. and he respectfully
requests all to call and see for themselves.
Should gentlemen desire any particular kind or cut at,
clothing not Mond in rho stock on hand. by leaving their
measure they enn be accommodated at short notice.
A good msurtment of
BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CADS, AC., AC..
will oleo bu found on band. All of which will be iaild ne
lals% if poi lower, than tho salon quality of goods can be
bad in the county.
Call at the corner of the Diamond, Long's new building.
Dant ingdon, April 2, 1801.
g - cliool for Young Ladies & Gentlemen
SMILE aIP, IZUNTING,OO,I; CO, PA.'
Thu next Session of this Institution will open the first
Wednesday of May. In the Commercial Department
young men are thoroughly prep wed for the Counting
Doan], Tuition, and Room Rent $55 00
Lessons on the Pinno.per Session,
Use of I uatrontent,
Lossonn on tho Guitar, por Eonaion, 9 00
U.'s of Insti unlAnt ^ 00
Lessons in Leather ,Work, per Session, 3 00
Lessons in Ornamental Needle Work, per Session, 300
IIItdRING AND L'Mliyism,
Lessons in OR Painting. per Session, 16 00
LeinpllB in IRaa Ing and Pai . nting IVoter L010r5,..,..8 00
Grecian and Italian Painting. each 4 00
Antique and Oriental Painting, each 4 00
Lessons in French, per .teas:on, ............:............5 00
Single Entry 00
Don Me EMI y, •>0 00
.081. Young Genlemen in tho Academic Department are
only half the above prices for Book Keeping.
For further particulars, address •
, • IV. IL WOODS.
Shrub Gap, Harcb 27, 1001.
LOOPED SKIRTS worth 2 50 will
be sold for a 25 at the cheap store of
FISHY:It a SON.
'DISSOLUTION of PARTNERSHIP
NOTICE is hereby given that the co-partnership hereto
fore existing between the undersigned In the blacksmith.
ing business under tho name of 13sreceAsa & Gatu. has beau
this clay dissolved by mutual consent. The books are in
tho handy of A. L. Grim, to whom those indebted will
please make immediate payment and save mete.
A. L. GRIM.
Iluntingdon, Morel, 27, 1861.-4 t:
EITOTOGR APR GALLERY,
No. 721 Arch Street. Philadelphia.
Ono of the largeet and most complete Galleries in the
Staten where the beet Pictures, known to the l'ho•
tographic art, are taken lit prices no higher
than are paid for miserable cat lectures.
'Tho Proprietor, a practical Photographer. attends per
sonally, every sitting—ftud allows no picture to leave the
Gallery unless it gives perfect satisfaction.
Daguerreotypes and Ambrotypen, of absent or deceased
friends, photographed to any required size, or taken on
Canvass, life size, and painted in Oil by the best Ai tiets.
At this Gallery pictures can he taken in nap weather--
as perfect in OdaIIY ria3'a as when the sun
Persons visiting the city are respectfully Invited to Oa
ammo our epecimens, which' for priCe and quality defy
.46y-instructions given In the art of Photography.
From Iron.'Lewle D. Campbell, M. C., Ohio.
My family and friends till concur in the opinion that
the (Newell) picture is more life-like than any thing they
over saw. Sly likeness has been repeatedly taken by dif
ferent Artiste in Cartons ways, but I have never yet *bad
one uhich presents so truo to nature, oil the features and
expressions of countenance as this.
Flom Hon. E. Joy Morrie, late Minister to Italy.
The exquisite finish, beauty end softneps of your por
traits, conjoined with their durability of eolor aud faith
fulness as likenesses, cannot fall-to commend them ill
attention and pittrupago of all Nvhco appreciate true art,
From Col. dames rage. - • ,
Slaving occasion for ti portrait, I proem ed one from Mr.
Robert Nen ell. or the city of Philadelphia. n miniature in
Oil Colors, under the new process dascovereci by' him, anal
take great plensllto to expressing tho satishictioti given.
me: not only by the accuracy of the likeness, lint its artis
tic finish in oil respeets, 011,1 recorninentle him to the pat:-
reline of thoso thspdled to encourage tho beautiful nit.
Nov. 28,1860 JAH. PAGE.
HARRISBURG. , STONE-WARE !! !
Crocks, Jugs, Preserve JEWS &C., &C., of superior
quality. Sold only by JAIIESA. BROWN
1 - 1 P. GWIN keeps the largest, best
assortment and ebegleet elnes town. Cidtitnd
BARGAINS IN HARDWARE
• GALLERY RE ART,
124 Arch Street, PhtlAdelplita
pX - ECUTORS'
c.e.tixa g f,F r 4;wl,A., Neal* De l i -' -
tters testaxaentary,on.the Estate or Francis Aildecoyi
dec'd.; Woof Brady tom:01OP, Huntingdon courityainving
been granted to the nraieraigtted, all persona indebted to
the said deceased, will please make Immediate payrdorit."
and there haring claims egatpst bin satrap, will preassat.
teem duly authenticated for settlement. -
81310 EL Haiteeo7, •
PiIetyIIEUDIATIBDI CURED, , -
61r. JOHN WESTI66.OOIt, Sr., mantifpeturia es
HEWS which is sure to corn Rhearaatista. No onto,
no pay. Persona athlete.] should tall and try the medicine.
Call at his residence in Weahingtonetreet, one door west
of Levi Westbrook.
Huntingdon, Match 2), 1661.
WATCHES, JEWELRY AND
- SILVER WARE.
We would respectfully inform our frlends,patrons
and the public generally, that we have now In ;* •
Store and offer Wholesale and Retail, at the low
eat Cash Nines, a large nod very choke stock of
Watches. Jewelry, Sliver end Slated Ware, of every va
riety and styla -
Every description of Diamond Work and other Jewelry
made to order at short notion aler All goods warranted
to be as represented.
N. 13.—Particulnr attention given to the, repniting of
Watches and Jewelryi of every description.' - • - •
STAIMER & HARLEY,
No. 622 Market Street, Swath side, Philadelphia. •
March 6,1861,3 ca. - • - _
THE UNION SAVED - !
NEW GOODS II NEW GOODSIIt
At (Vic Run Stain% and Newburg.-
gIMON COIIN & CO., have just mCeived from tho nag, -
rn Cities, a largo stock of
Dry Goods, Groceries, - • . _
Mainz Bonnets, Shawls.
. . . . ' Hats, Cap,.lkots, Sloes,' . •
and all other articles kept in conntry stores, which they - .
are offering at their Mammoth Stores, at Coffee /tun Sta../
lion and Newburg, at unusually low prices. The ladles
especially, are invited to call and examine their saucy_ :
'laving arrangements with large tirmi in Philadelphia
and other,eastetn cities, they are able to buy their goods
cheaper than other country merchants, and psnl
queutly, undersell them I In exchange for goods, theyy.
take all kinds of el.,untry - produce-at the highest sash
eye. ,By strict attention to the wants of customers, they
hope to receive a continuation - the liberal Peen:mit - go
with which they-hero i. 101.1 heretofore favored.
Mr. Cohn is Agent of the Broad Top It. It. Cu.; at Coffee )
Bun Station,. and Is prepared to chip all kinds of Grain to ,
the Eastern markets. Having a largo Ware Boom, -far. -
rners can store with him nnttl ready to ship. I:very cock..
voulence will be afforded theta. - • _
lob. 13, 1811.. •
HOMES FORTH]; INDUSTRIOUS
• IN TitE -
The Illinois Ceneral Railroad Company bars fbr
Of Rich Farming Lands in Tracts of Potty Acme anti
Upward, on Long Credit and at Low Rcloas.
Metaimai, FATtunts, in WlJnac alum
Tho attention of the enterprising and industrious por
tion of the community be directed to the following state ,
motets and liberal inducements offered them by the „
Ited 018 CeNTRAL Ilamno.u) Cone.m,
tee they will perceive, will enable them, by proper
energy, perseverance, and Industry,to previde comfortable
and permanent homes for themselves and families, with,
comparatively speaking, very little capital.
LASIIB OP huNors
No State in tho Talley of tho Mississippi offers to groat
an inducement to the settler nt the State of Illinois
There , is no portion of tho world »here all bf the rendi
tions of climate and soil so admirably couthino to produce
those two groat staples, corn and uheat, as the prairies of
BICH ROLLISO rItAIRI6 Lams.
The deep rich leam of the praittee to cultivated witb
each noliderful facility that the farmers of the liastenr.
and Middle States are moving to Illinois In groat numbers..
The area of Illinois in about equal to that of England, and
the nog is so rich that it will support threnty million, of
EASTERN AND SNIYHERN MARSETS.
These lands nro contiguous to too railroad seven htindced
miles in length, which connects with other roads and nav
igable lakes and rivers, thus affording no unbroken Corn
mumentation with the Eastern and Southern market,.
APPLICATION OP COPITAL.
Thos far capital and labor hare been applied to develop
ing the soil; the great resources of the State iu coal and
Iron are almost untouched. The Invariable rule that the
mechanic arts flourish best whore food end fuel ere : cheap.
est. will follow nt all early day In Illinois, and in the cowed
of the next ten years the natural laws and necessities of
the ease Warrant the belief that at Mait tiro hundred
people will be engaged in, the St a ttr of Illinolain
the various manttecturing employments.
RAILROAD SYSTRSI. iLLINOId.
Over $100,000.000 of private capital bare born expentlea
on the railroad system of Illinois. Inasmuch a. part of
the Income front several of these works, with amaluablg
public fond in lands, go to diminish the State expenses,'
the taxes are light, and must consequently ovary day de.
Tip STATE DE➢T,
The State debt Is only $1.0,105,398 14, and within khe
last throe dears has Peen reduced $2,959.T48 S 0; and we
may reasonably expect that in ten years tt will become
Tito Stato In rapidly Ailing op with population; 883,-
020 persons baying been added binColB6o, ranking the pop.
illation 1,719 420—n ratio of 102 par cent, he ten yearn.
The ngi icultural products of Illinois are greater than
those of any other State. The ptoducts sent out during
the past,,year exceeded 1,600 000 , tons. Thu wheat crop of
1860 approaches 35,000,000 bushels, while the corn crop
folds not less than 140,000,000 bushels.
FERTILITY OP SOIL
Nowhere can the Industrious farmer secure each famine:
dint° results for hie labor as upon there pi nirio collo, they
teeing composed of ndeep rich loam, the fertility ofklrich
Is unsurpassed by any on the ghetto. , .
To 'ACTUAL CLRXI9IIOIIBt
Sines 1854 the thkinpany have sold ',now:ma acres. Tlieb
sal only to actual Cultivators, and every conttract contains
art agreement to cultivate. The road has been skostruited
through these /ands at an expense of s3o,ooo,oooMin 1859,
the population of the 49 counties through which it pasta
was only 335.598, Since which 479.293 hate been added, ma•
king the whole. population 814,891—a gain of 143 per vent.
gVIDENCTS OY 1,11.03YE1U71.
As an evidence cf the thrift of the people, it may ba
stated that 1100,000 toward' freight, including 8,600,000 ban.
of grain antl 240,000 barrels of flour, were forwarded over
the line fast j ear.
Mechanics end workingmen will find tho' free trehool
system encouraged by the State cod endowed withslugs
revenue for the support of schools. Their children cow
lire In sight of the church cud school house; end groyinv
with the prosperity or the loading state in the Great West•
PRICES Sip" TERNS of Psrxc\r.
Tho pikes of them lands vary from $ll to $25 per *xi, -
mewling to location. /lushly, ita - Firstcloss farming lends
sell for about $lO or $l2 par acre; and the relativoexPetigo
of eubduing prairie land, as compared with woodland, is
tho ratio of oneto ten in favor of the farmer: Tha tenni
of mato for the bulk of these lands will be . _
OPE Iftatt's INTEREST ne ADVANCE, •
at six percent per annum, and al; Inttireat notes at six ,
per cent. payable respectively lu one ' two, three, four,five,
and slx years from date o • sale ;,andfonr notes for. ptlneb• T
pal, payable in four, five. air, and seven years, from date
of Oalo p the contract stipulating that one-tenth of the tract.'
purchas..l shall be fenced ond cultivated, each and ever,'
yrar for five years from the dote of sale, so that at thien6
of 'Ova years one-halfstiall be fenced and under cultivator'.
Viva! Pat Cricr. WILL Bo Droucm. '
from the yeII:MIA, tot cash, except tho same should bo at
six dollars per acre, when thacash price will be $5 dollars.
Pamphlets descriptive of the landt, soli, climate, pro.
ductions, prices, and terms of payment, can be had on sp.
Mention to . 3. W. rousts;
Land Commissioner, Illinois Central Railroad
For,the ommels of tho towns, alllages,and cities sttnats ,
upon tho llThants'Central Railroad, ace pages ns. ISU, mad,
1O A .pletptfdltailway Guide.
rt P. GIVIN'S is the - place to buy
• good and cheap Carpets. , , r
IF you want handsome Goods, good' ,
Goods, cheap Goode, and all Ida t of Goods, gotu
D. P. OWIr'S.
UM SHOES, cheaper at D. P. Gwites.
kithan can be bad In town. Call and ate thorn;
SPRIIING AND SUMMER,
CIIEAP CLOTHING STORE.
For ContlemOn's Clothing of the beat material, and made
In the best workmanlike manner, call at. ,
H. 'lt OM A N S; - "
opposite tits Franklin Mouse in Market Sqnara;liunting
don. [April 2,1.8611
DAVID BLAIR. ' R. 'HILTON stun,
BLAIR & SPEER,
• . ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,
fIIINTINGDON; • ",
Mee on mai Street,.ono door west of Wileon , .4 Petri
ken's. All professional business promptly attended to. •
Ipmtlngdon, March 27,1861.-3 m.. -
In Milt's 'various Branches, S eiecntea to tho 'Volk
Itylo known in Um art, !if, .
0; G. 'CRANE'S CAUERY, •
632 Arch Street, Erna of Sixth, Philadelphia.
Life elpe In Oil and Rutile, Siereoseopie POrtraits,
brotypes, Daguerreotypes, de., for Cruses. Medalnous, rine,
iipge, fie.• '