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Tuesday Afternoon, June 4, 1881
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and at reasonable Prices.
.'-'- To ‘ Correspondents.—We have
received several letters, but too late
for this issue. They will appear in
WILL LEAVE roil CAMP To-Mounow.
--The Huntingdon Influitry, Capt. A.
S. Harrison, will leave for Camp Cur
tin to-morrow morning at 9 o'clock.
A farewell meeting will lie held in
the Court louse, this evening. Every
friend of the soldier will attend at the
ringing of the bell.
TN GREAT DEMAND—The Union en
velopes and paper printed at the
"Globe" job office. and for sale at
Lewis' Book Store, where also can be
found all the latest and handsomest
styles of Union breast-pies for ladies
and gentlemen, coat and shawl pins,
badges and flags.
VARIETY ENVELOPES, CORIR ining a fine
assortment of commercial and limey
note paper, letter and note envelopes.
steel pens, ete., at wholesale prices, for
25 cents. Prepared and for sale at
Lewis' Book. Stationery and Music
Rev. AV. E. Cornwell, of New
Jersey, will preach in the Baptist
Church, In this place, next Sabbath
morning at DI o'clock, and in the eve
ning at a quarter to eight.
A NEW STYLE 01' NOTE P.l PER AND
EN VELOPES—' • red, white and blue"—
for mile at Lewib Book Store.
FLAGS AND BADGES. -A supply on
hand at Lewis' Book Store.
PI.NN TOWNSHIP, June 3, 18(31
DEArt GLOBE :—.Agaiu I resume the
pleaqant, task of communicating a few
items to your most worthy columns,
deeming it gross injustice to keep our
patriotic Penn sequestered in the
shade of her - coffinpora
when slie iv lilc eii with the requi
sites of pre-emin,nce, though till now
kept secluded in a manner quite in
consistent, while some of her worthy
sisters, such as Hopewell, are extolled
to the skies, or at least making prog
ress in that direction, if we may judge
from the succession of her advocates,
being commenced by the quite insig
nificant " Saud Crabs," and has al
ready reached the exalted " Mount
atineei•s," and if the ratio continues in
this vast proportion, who will not
with anxiety look forward to the next
promotion? To show that matters
have an upward tendency in Hopewell
it is only necessary to inform you of
the grand flag raising on the most
prominent geograpical point in the
township, generally known by the
appropriate epithet of Mount Airy, (a
slight corruption of the celebrated
Ararat.) I had not the good fortune
of being present on this occasion, but
mix told it was quite patriotic, attended
with the usual enthusiasm of similar
occurrences, and finally crowned with
big supper of the good things pa
triots only can produce,
Our beautiful village, Marklesburg,
makes quite a magnificent appearance
since emblazoned withal() rod, white
and blue, and understand the decora
tion is still to be furthered by our good
people. If we were not amongst the
earliest in making anex_ t
of our colors, it is no • reflection that
our loyalty was any the less; acting
AN - Rh the adage "look before you kick,"
we have, consequently, preserved
healthy toes, and come off with few
Last Saturday being again our reg
ular day for drill, the Ho* Guards
met at the designated hour, notwith
standing the rain fell in such abundance
as to offer considerable resistance show
ing by their promptness, the true sol
dier spirit, not to be daunted by a lit
tle inconvenience or exposure when
engaged in a patriotic cause. The in
tention was to come out in full trim,
bat did not quite succeed for want of
dispatch in manufacturing the unit
forms. The material for the uniforms,
though economised, is quite appropri
ate for the season, and answers the
purpose as well as the best rig. This
company, through their proficient
officer, is bound to meet with success,
for the Dr. knows how to make the
boys step to the music,
Patriotism is on the ascendency and
the good cause rolls nobly on, My
effusion is already too long, and so I
extend you my All?,
Our Army Correspondence.
ZEir We are permitted to publish
the following extracts of a letter from
one of the Standing-Stone Guards of
this place, to his Ihther :
CAMP WAsinNuToz.r, near Wash. City, )
May 28th 18(3.1. f
Since My- last to you we left the
great city which we despised so much,
and encamped about 2 miles there
from. We now possess the privilege
of breothing pure air, of imbibing good
water, of seeing more of Nature's
beauty, in fact, everything better
adapted to the soldier's health. While
in the city it became one of the most
filthy places imaginable, so when ex
changing city for country it appeared
like passing from death unto life. Yon .
have reference to the soldier's bed in
your last, that is regarding its downi
ness, etc. The soldier's bed is very
good. I have 'no comphlints what
ever; of course it is not downy, but
sound for the body. If you would see
me now, you would think I had been
living excellent. I ant so limbfittie:
I am, without joking, healthier than
when I left home, owing I presume, to
the quality and quantity of provision.
There is no danger of gout or an over
loading of the stomach,as you caution
ed me against. Perhaps if we had
something more than bread, coffee and
meat, we would become so lusty that
we would never sec our homes until the
expiration of three years. Butter,
molasses or anything in the spreading
line, would be considered a treasure
Nit never mind the time lv:II come
When pa) a ill be en to every one,
That they may return to their homes and see
Oneemure the butler, sogaraml tea.
At this juncture the Brass Band
struck up a most beautiful solo to call
out the Guards. Perhaps you may
inquire where did the band come from.?
I readily answer from Rending es
pecially for the benefit of the Fifth
Penn'a. Regiment. Oh, how- charming
that music, it stirs my sluggish blood
and causes me to feel more patriotic
than ever. During the last week an
assistant of Gov. Garth' has been in
our midst to see to the wants of Penn
sylvania's patriotic sons. lie has found
their wants, sent word to the Gover
nor for new uniforms equal to any in
the - United States. Ire said he would
take the thing in his hand as it had
been carried on long enough by a
band of political organized thieves.—
lie also said if Gov. Curtin did not do
things right lie would have nothing to
do with it; he would have the stain
washed from hishands. Three cheers
for Pennsylvania's sons.
C11.0111ERSBC;120, June 1. 1861.1
Quarters Comp. C. 3d Reg. P. V.
Dian Etyma—Excuse me for not
writing sooner, butsince my last there
bas nothing of importance transpired.
We left Camp Scott on Tuesday night
by Pail, under sealed orders, no ono
knowing where we were going until
we were landed in this place. We
were then marched out to the Fair
Ground, where it was intended we
would encamp. Fair Ground did I
say, I mean Cracker UM, No. 2. The
ladies, God bless them, interceded for
us and through them and Col. Powers
were brought back and quartered in the
Court house, where we aro enjoying
ourselves and having the finest times
imaginable. The boys are in the beat
spirits and all anxious to get a brush
at. the Seee.9igeisi 3
resterdax received a in, pres
ent of IfiiTetoeks, (a covering for the
cap and neck) from. the ladies of Ship
pensburg through the instigation of
Ilex , . Mr. Kirby, Chaplain of the- 3d
Regiment. They are well made and
of good material the Reverend receiv
ed three hearty cheers and the ladies
three times three, from Company C,
3d Regiment, P. U. V.
Last evsning each company of the
3d Regiment received a barrel of pro--
ender sent by the ladies of Newville,
each barrel containing cakes, pies,
bread, butter, &e., for which they re
ceived the hearty thanks of Company
C, for theirgenerosity and sympathetic
feeling fbr the soldier who is doing
service to his country, if they cannot
handle cartridge or shoulder the mus
ket they have the heart and soul to
help and encourage those who are
willing to leave their homes, fathers,
mothers, wifb. and lovers, to protect
the glorious Stars and Stripes.
We have now 13 regiments station
ed in and about town and more com
ing in every day. Camp Slifer, a short
distance from town is in pretty good
health. There is a new camp started
about 3 miles from town, and another
about (3 miles. I expect our next
move will be towards Harper's Ferry
—the sooner the better. You shall
hear from me soon again. Yours, Sze.
S. G. B.
The Campaign in Virginia
The campaign in Virginia is pro
gressing rapidly, and stirring events
may soon be expected in that famous
Commonwealth. Her right, left and
centre are now threatened, by Gou.
Butler in the East, Gen. Mpowell op
posite Washington, and Gen. McClel
lan in the Northwestern section of the
State. Important results aro evident
ly near at hand. The movements
which are being wade to surround
Harper's Ferry must result in the cap
ture.. It was rumored in Washington
last night that a considerable force
would advance immediately upon Fair
fax Court House, to which point Gen.
Lee was supposed to have sent forward
about'l,4oo men. The indications are
that nnwehos and exciting contests
will follow each other as rapidly as in
the Italian campaign of Louis Napo
leon, until the traitors aro compelled
to flee from all their strongholds, or
are completely routed and subdued.
PRIZE FOR A NATIONAL liymN.—A
committee of gentlemen in New York,
of whim S. C. Verplauk is chairman,
have offered a prize of $5OO fbr a Na
tional Hymn, set to music (either orig
inal or selected,) and $250 for the
hymn alone (if original.) The copy is
to be famished by the 20th of June,
and the profits will be devoted to the
Patriotic Fund. It must not be a war
song merely, or only appropriate to
the present. It must be at least six
teen line ; and not to exceed fort•.
LATE AND AUTHENTIC FROM
Statement of a Returned Volunteer
[From the Philo. lh ening Bulletin.]
We had a visit to-clay, from a young
man who began business as a news
boy, in this city, and then removed to
Memphis, Tennessee, where he has
been engaged in similar occupation for
several years. He naturally became
a fireman, and the fire company net
utally developed into a military com
pany and drilled regularly. When
the troubles in the country broke out,
his company was made part of the
Horne Guard, for the protection of the
city, and for examining all steamboats
stopped at Memphis.
A short time ago it became evident
that the company was to be put in
service against the North, and the
oath of allegiance to the rebel States
was to be administered to the mem
bers. Oar quondam newsboy deter
mined not to take this oath, and to es
cape from a service which might com
pel him to fight wrainst the United
States. He accordingly contrived to
get on board a small steamboat, on
Thursday, May 23d, and concealing
himself in the hold, where he lay for
two days, he got into freedom when
the boat was brought to by the U. S.
authorities at Cairo. There he landed
and told his story to Gen. Prentiss,
and he is at length back in his old
home in Philadelphia.
This young man informs us that
there are in the city of Memphis about
3000 troops, and about as many more
in Camp at the Fair Growls, near the
city, drilling and exercising. There are
also at Fort Wright, near Randolph,
Tenn., sixty-live miles up the Missis
sippi River, about 5000 men. At thus
fiat there is a formidable battery of 6
big guns (04 pounders our informant
says.) and two mortars. At Fort
Rector, Arkansas, about 6 miles above
:Memphis, there are about 1000 men.—
Opposite Fort Rector, on the Tennes
see side, is Fort Harris, where there
are also about 1000 111C11. At Oceola,
Arkansas, which is nearly 100 miles
above Memphis, there is another bat
tery and about 2000 strong. This
makes about 15,000 men at 31emphis
and the various points between that
and the Misssouri and Kentucy lines.
There were some Kentucky soldiers
at Columbus, Ky. but of these our in
The volunteers in the rebel service
are described as tolerably well drilled,
and very well armed with Minnie
muskets, Sharp's rifles, and other ha
proved weapons. Provisions were
abundant, and the fighting spirit was
In Memphis all business except sol
diering was entirely suspended.—
Thousands of people had left, and
more would leave, but for the strict
watch kept over steamboats and rail
road trains. There arc guards of sol
diers at all these, and troops are sta
tioned also at every point along the
There is no intention expressed of
advancing to Cairo; but the troops are
waiting for the United States forces to
advance on them,
Fancy and Extra Enmity Flour :3.50:a 6
Colllllloll and Ennui thin , 15,250.3 30
11,e Elonr 33,50
Coin 311 al .V.S7I: :
Mita White Wheat $1.4561.60
Fair and I'l IMO lied $1,35,1,99
Cur n, pi lino Yullou
Iltled Apple t
1.11 , 1
AL UDITOR'S NOTIICE
[Estate of Esther Cos deed.)
lice undersignosi amid°, , appointed by the Orphans'
Coort of Huntingdon county, to (Ilettlllto tho balance in
the hands (4Junn Owens Esq., adininsd rotor de. boors net
of Esther Cox, tato of Wet tiorsmark toe !Ishii', deed,
hereby gives notice that Ito will attend at hie office in
lima( ~ g , ton. on TilUltSDAy, tile doll day of .lane inst.,
at one o'clock, M for the put linen of making raid dis
ttiltotion, when end whet° 4111 flel.lllS 11111111.,1ed ut said
est.tte aro rsquartl to Intl:cut their claims egainst the
same or be &ham d from conning in noon said fowl.
TIMO, u. eItE3IER,
Hunting Jon, Juno t,
ineletr.igned Auditor, appointed by the Orphans'
Court of thmtlngdon emote, to make thin Illation of the
fund in the NMI'S of John Conk, admr. of James O. Mad.
den, late of Springfield ton uship, rlec'd.. hereby qit es no
tice to all pan flea interested, that ire alit attend to the
duties of hie appoint ment.rkt tiro office of Stott A: Blom n,
in tire borough of Huntingdon. on TRURSDAY. the 27 th
day of .1 une, inst . when and where all pen°ns ruin required
to present their claims or be debarred bout COMilig in on
haidfund J. It 0. CORBIN,
lAunidgdmy June .1, 1861.-8 t
StATIONE R Y and JEWELRY
For side to agents arid' dealers tit very reduced rates
put up in vat holy cut ulopes. For further in fin illation
Addicts COLENIAN A. CO.,
(Up-stahs) 802 Chestnut St., Phila.
Juno 4, 1861.
JCan MOCE from $3.00 to $5 00 yir day selling our
irty 01l elopes.
COLEMAN S: CO..
002 COostnnt St., Phila.
Juno 4, 1001,
IF you want Carpets and Oil Cloths, call
at D. P. GA'IN'S, there you %l in find tire lurE"lar.
eurtment in toe u.
i t CARD.-
DR. D. S. HAYS °trent his professional services to
the mhobitantn of Moor, svllle and n runty.. °Mee, at the
letter bank or NOT 311111, opposite Mrs. Mytotin stole.
Ala ti IS, 1860.-If.
DRAFTING AND DE 1111 Na PAPER
While and Colored Card Paper,
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JF YOU WANT TO BE CLOTHED
1 con a the storo of BENJ. JACOBS.
WOSTENHOLMS' Celebrated I X L
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JAS. A. BROWN.
WINDOW CURTAIN PAPERS,
A LARGE STOCK
Window Curtain Papers,
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OLOTHING!—A large stock on hand,
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CNEtr 13001:, ST \TIONADr AND 3117D1C STOP. E,
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where all who want to
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OSGOOD'S Sp.lbr.lst, ;NE lilt a n d sth Reads,.
SPOUPPEY'S spellse nemleis. (OA tool no„ editions.)
SANDI:IPS do du do
SWAN'S do du do
COBB S do do do
Not am! Header, No. 1.
1:11111 son's Hindu s.
To, Ws Speller rind Deduct, (old nail pew editions.)
Smith s, Doll tun's, Drum and Tanner's Giannuars.
Elicits Physical Geogotphy.
Wsi ten's Ph) Meal Gimp aptly.
Monteith fuel Geograehics St Atlases
Wel,ler's and 11'ineestm's Dictionaries.
Qtiacketilios' Slt at I.es4mis in Composition.
Quiteliontags Composition and libeturic.
GI cenlesf 's, litothlaid ti t limmeisiniii,SWitiis,Coibut lie and
Pcleison's Isimilar Science.
eeuleal 's and Stodilard's licya to Arithmetic,.
Greonlea Cs and Davies' Algebt as.
Si Emden( 's Key to Algebrs.
Parkei's ode l'bilie,ophy.
trot l;errs First I.maons in :satin:o Philosophy.
Pat km 's Philosophy.
Cpliont's Mental Philosophy.
11 illaid's lltstot y of llio Untied Stake.
Gooch lc U's if l•
1 . 113 aunt. Duutuu Instil SO' Penmanship, in eleA Olt
Colltiollei and other Copy Duolis.
Elements of Diann tug, itli plan line slieteliing bliiPS
by trbongnlstion and Mine°, ell methods of pi uji,tion.
Davies' Elementary Geomett y and' iigunonioli3.
Dan les' Legend re's Geometiy.
Fulton ,t Eastman's Booli-lieeping.
Book Keeping by Single lint iy, by Mina pirtl A Pay son
(look Keeping by Single and Double Ent: y, by Hanalord
Other books oill be ud,1441 end fnrni•hwl to order
A full stock of School Stallone, y ahays ou hand
WHAT EVERYBODY IVANTS
COUNSELLOR IN BUSINESS
BY FRANK CROSBY,
It Tarslt How to draw up EAP.TNBREIIIP EATERS aud
gives general terms for AGRFLNENTS Of all
• kinds. BILLS Of :ALE, LrAscs and ELTITIONS.
Il Tells Lou Bow to draw up BOND 3 Mot 3101ITG toys, Ay-
FIekVITS, EOM LEA of ATTORNEY, NOTES and
Inns of Ilscussou, It SCLIPTS and Run tsrs.
It Tells YOU. TllO lau,, for the EOLLLCTION of Duets, with
tho STVIUTVS of LIMIT tTION, and amount
and kind of pr or.er ty EXLMPT from EXECU
TION iii et ery State.
It Tills You How to 11140 1111 AS,IGNMENT properly, with
for ms for COMPOAITIoN Wall CREDITORS, and
the INSOLVENT LAMS of every State.
11 nits Tins The legal relations existing beta cell GUAR
DI IN and WARD, MASTER 111.1 APPRBNTICE,
111111 LANDI.OIIIII and TEN INT.
It Tells You IVhat constitutes LIBEL rind SLANDER. and
the Lam as to :it mutat. DOWER, tBOATIPI. I B
11101 IT IN EItopERTP, Divorces and Awroxr.
It Tells Lou The LIM for 3lrcirtNlCS' LIENS in every State,
and the NATURALIZ ITION LtlrS of tints coun
try, and how to ConiplA mith the MOM
It Tells You The lnn• concerning Ps ANIONS and how to ob
tain one, and the PTE-EpirTION Liws to
It Tells You Thu LBW fir EAILNTS, 'With mode of proce
dure in obtaining one, n ithINTLItrLItENCLS,
ASSIGN3IINIS 111111 TABLE OF Plus.
It Tells You How to amlre ) our WILL, and how to Anyrx
'STElL ON AN ESTATE, with the law and the
requirements thereof in every State.
It Tells Pat The meaning of 1,4 w TERMS in general use,
and explains to yon Bre LEGISLATIVE, EXE
CUTIVE and JUDICRL Powers of bolls the
Genet al 111111 State GOVERNIVLATS,
It Tells Tott How TO KEEP our of LAW, by show rug how to
do your bulineis legally, thus saving a
vast amount of property, and sexations
litigation, by its timely consultation.
.05 Everybody's Lawyer to for sale at Lewis' Book Store
11*Vi irtXl Zt" ,
OOKS AND STATIONERY.-
A good assortment of miscellaneous and School
oulfs—Foolscap, Letter, Commercial and Note Paltry,-
Plain and Fancy Envelopes—Red, Blue and Black Inks--
Blank punka of unineraus slzes—Pens, Pencils, Pocket, and
Desk Inkstandc, and every other at title usually found in
a Book and Stationery Stole, can ho had at fair prices at
LEWIS' BOOK, STATIONERY b MUSIC STOLLE.
NOTICE TO ALL!! .e . tr
The suhet Iber, who has for more than ono year, carried
on business in company with Messrs. V. Balinny, GIN,
P. Wilma; and Mr. Loan /Mut. has this day dissolved
partnership with the aboa firm / Ali claims against the
old firm will be paid by the subsolibev, And all those in
debted to the firm will pay him.
and will always be repaired. A
rood stock of Wan, Rai WATCHES and
will be kept on hand for customers who may
favor him with a call.
Iluntindon, Mardi 3 , 1953.
GREAT WORK ON THE HORSE
THE HORSE & HIS DISEASES:
BY ROBERT JENNINGS, Y. S.,
A•ofi•ssor of Pathology and Operative Surgery in the
eit J r nary Collie of Ph ttadelplita, CtC etc.
WILL TELL YOU Of tho Origin, llistory and distinctive
traits of the 1,11.1 loos brads of Europenu,
African end Anion lean Horses,
with the physical fan illation and pc.
callatities of the amnia', nod hoer to
useei tulle his ago hr One number and
condition of his tveth; illustrated with
malicious explanatory engravings.
WILL TELL YOU Of Breeding, Breaking. Stabling, Feed
ing, Grooming. khoelog. and the gener
al management of the horse, trial the
be,t modes of admini,terlng medicine,
Itl6o, how to treat Ping, Kicking,
Bearing, Shying, Stumbling, Crib-lint.
ing. Rehtlessuess, and oilier \ ices to
srhiell he is subject; n trim uumotous ex
WILL TELL YOU Of the causer,bymptems,and Treatment
of Strangler, Sore Throat, Distemper,
Catarrh, Influenza, Dronehills, Pneu
monia, Plouras.Y, Broken Wind, Chr on
' to Cough, Roaring awl Whistling.tarn
pas, Sore Mouth nod Ulcers, and De
c a3l. d Teeth, or ill: other disc neon of the
Mouth anti Devil Mel y Organs.
WILL TELL YOU Of the causes, symptoins.eml Treatment
of Roane, Kok, elielm,Stiangulatiom
Stony Collet, tions, Raptures, Pallsy,
Ui Me, Sloane in the Kidneys and Blad
der, Inllaingion and other iliseaere of
the Stomach, Bowels, Liver and Uri
nal y thgaus.
WILL TELL YOU Of tiro causes, symptoms, and Treat
ment of Bone, Blood nod Bog, Spas in,
Ring „Bone, Sweanie, Strains, Broken
Knees, Wind Galls, Fonnoloi, Cinched
Hook Solo Bruise and Blum I, Canker,
Snatches, Thy ash and Corns; also, of
Megrims, Yet Gip, Epilepsy, Staggers,
and Ohm thsetori of the Feet, Legs,
WILL TELL YOU Of the eat,es, symptoms, and Treat
ment of Fistula, Poll Evil, Glanders,
Percy, Scalia Rater, Mango, Surfeit,
Dimitses of the l e and Heart, dc , Bc,
and how to manage Castration, Bleed.
ing, nephining, hooding. Ftriug.
Hernia, Amputation, Tapping, and oth
er singled opeotound.
WILL TELL YOU Of Itarey's Method of taming IlorPcs;
how to Approach, flatter, or Stable II
Colt; bow to accustom a horse to
sluwKe sounds and sights, Rind how to
lilt, noddle, Hide. and Break him to
Ilai ness; also the form and law of
WU - MANE - E. The u hole being the re
sult of 15 years' careful study of the
habits, mctiliarities, wants and neat:-
neeses of this noble and Fistful animal.
Tor olio at Lewis' Ilook Store.
T'tR.ISENWE IN'S TAB, AND
WOOD NAPTIIA PECTORAL,
Is the best Best Medicine in the Mold the the cure of
Coughs and Colds, Croup, Bronchitis, Asthma, Difficulty
n Breathing, Palpitation of the helot, Dipthorir, and
for the relief of patients in the advanced stages of Con.
sumption, together x ith all diseases of the Throat and
Chest, and 0 hieh predispose to Contaimptiou.
t is peculiarly adapted to tire radical cure of Aathina
Being prepaleil by a riactie.il Physician and Druggist
and Ono of great experience in fire eate of thu NILIIOIIB
di,ett.v9 to ss Idols the human Ironic is liable.
It is °fiord to tho anheted math the greatest confl
Tky it and ho cop' incol that it is invaluable in the
sate of ntwiehi. , l affection.a. Pride 50 cents pet bottle.
A rely alatble moody for Chan lie.,, Dysentety, Cholera
3fol bus, and all bowel affections. Try A. Price 25 canto
.0 - Thu above Medicinov are prepared only by
Lilt. A. F.I,ENIVEIN & CO.,
Pt uggettx n o d Chendols,
N. W. Corner Ninth A Poplar St..,
N. 11.—cold by eery re , peetablo D, oggiot and Bottle:
In Ilegbeine throughout the :bate.
[June 20, 1800.—Iy.]
r v ' e P ill . the
of Iluntlitgdan and the adjoining counties to tho stock or
beautiful tumble now utt ham]. Ice Is pt clawed to fat tikh
at the shortest notice, Monumental Nitride, Tomb, Table!.
and Stones of esery desired si/o and form of Italian or
liasterri Mortals, highly finished, and caned rrith quire
tints devices, or pl.rin, 113 only suit . .
Minding Marblu, Dour rind Al Inflow Sills, dc., bill be
forrirslasl to 4.111er.
IV. IV. pledges hlin=elf to lot ni..11 mat , tint nod moil.•
noui , hip Nota to 003 10 tho Loolltry, n fair rico. Colt
Nee. bdote you pi:allude eheMune. Shop on Hill
4ticet, lUwhugdon , It.
Ifuntingaon, May 16, 1855
sCZ `PILL CYTIIARA—The
, - - Presbyterian Psalmotlist
1 , •••
Buis enlarged a n d lune °yea itch netois—Welland
: , 13,4 and Inuntned Method for the 0 tai —Leland's Aceur
dean, \loll. and FhPe Inch octet 0-IVtnner's and 110 we's
Violin lust enelois—llellnli'n Melodeon Instnietor-13nr-
Inn ee' Piancerni te Pt liner—do. - TlTeillingli , Rleio - Pri Mee—
lion e's Drawing Room DIIIICMI—The Chorus Glen Book—
.ma' limp, for sale at
LEWIS' 1100 E, STATIONERY & MUSIC STORE.
A complete rocket Ready Reckoner, in dollars
and cents, to a hieh are added forms of Notes, Bills, Re
copte, Petition., ,he, together a jilt n set of mend tableA,
containing rate of interest fi on, one dollar to t well° thou,
and. by the single day, with it tole of wages, nod boat d
by the steak and day, pnbit.lied in WO. Fur bole at
VOR SALE. AT LEWIS' BOOK STORE
THE HOUSE : A Ngni Por KLT M saUtt of Huta( Architec
to:o or, Hos, to Build Duelling% Bat n% Stable% and
Out Do ellinge of 01l kind% With 0 Chapter on Chutebe,
• and School-Homes. Nice, 30 cents.
THE WOMEN: A No IV PeeKu MsNum, of Nautical Mt ,
tieultuto ; or, How to CuEli ate 'Vegetables, Fruits, anti
Flowels. With a Chapter ou Olipuusutal Trees 11.1 d
laPi. nice, 50 cents.
THE FARM: A Now POCKET M,NUth of Practical Agri
cul tut e; or, I lou to Col [hate all the Field Crops. With
nu E cc ay on Farm Management, etc. Price, 60 cents.
DOMESTIC ANIMALS: A New POCKET MANE of Cattle.
Horse, and Sheep Ilmbandry ; or, Bow to IliPed and
Rear the Vat ions Tenants of the lituu-pud, eta., etc
Price, 00 cents.
110 W TO TALK: A Noss POCKET Msnust. of CODS nsation
and Debate, with Directions for Acnohing a Illuminati:
cal Style, and more than Viso Hundred Common Ms
takes Con ccted. Price, 50 cents.
HOW TO BEHAVE: A NEW POCGET 31Anti1 of Republi
can Etiquette, and Guido to Cora act Personal Habits;
with Rules for Debating Societies and Doliberativo As
semblies, etc. ico, 60 cents.
HOW TO DO BUSINESS: A Now rOCHET '51.00.7m, of
Practical AtToile and Guide to anacess in Urn; with n
Collection of Bneincsa e ., and a Dictionary of Com
mercial Tome, etc. nice, 50 cent.,
- ./..r THE DIA .1! oxp. ,
VALENTINE CROUSE, Proprietor.
The citizens of the county, and strangers nod travelers
generally, m ill find comae table accommodations at this
house. Give us a Ulu]. [April 4,1860.1
(TOME TO THE NEW STORE FO
Infouns the citizens of Huntingdon and vi
cinity, that ho bas opened a new Grocery and Confection
my Store in tho basement, undoi Gutman & Co.'s Clothing
Store, iu Gm Diamond, and would most respectfully re
quest a share of public patronage. His stock manias of
oil kinds of the
Fish con be had at 1, holvealo or retail.
lOE CRNAM will be furnished regularly to parties and
individuals, at his town.
Huntingdon, Sept. 24, 1660.
NEW CIGAR AND TOBACCO
STORE. J. A. MANIOAR,
A practical tobaceonist, hes opened a sew ,TOBACCO
STORE AND CIGAR MANUFACTORY, on Allegheny St.,
one door o est of the Broad Top Railroad Odlce, where he
has on hand a largo assortment of prime Cigars and To
bacco, which ho will soil either wholesale or retail. Store•
keepei a. shopkeepers, and all °Otos w ho deal In the need
should call. His prices aro low. Call and see.
Huntingdon, Nov. 7,1160.
CARPET Sacks and Fancy Baskets at
D. P. QUINT.
PARCHMENT DEED PAPER
ruled, for eale at
PEW'S' BOOK STORE
THE HORSE AND lIIS DISEASES
THE HORSE AND lIIS DISEASES
THE 1101ISE AND MS DISEASES
THE HORSE AND lIIS DISEASES
THE HORSE AND MS DISEASES
THE HORSE AND lIIS DISEASES
ESE>: WELyS AIZONIATIC 'BALSAM,
LEWIS' 170011 STORE.
THE PEOPLE'S COOK BOOK
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
3IISS ELIZA ACTON.
Carefully Revised by Mr. J. S. Hale
IT TILLS YOU Bow to choogen . .l Mode of nerds, Poultry,
anti Game, with all the various and most
approved modes or dressing nail cooking
Beef and Pork; also [km best and simplest
way of salting, pickling and curing the
Io TLLZS You All the various and most approved watts of
dressing, cooking, and boning 31utton,
Lamb, Veal, Poultry, and gown of ail kinds
with the dam eat Dressings - , Bunnies, and
. Btuttings appropriate to each.
IT TELLS You Ilow to choose. clean, and preserve Fish of
all kinds, find how to sweeten it when taint
ed; also all the vat lolls and most approved
modes of cooking, with tho different Dress
ings, Sauces, and Flavorings appropriate to
IT Torts You All the various and most approved modes of
preparing over 60 kinds of Meat,Fish.Fowl.
Game, and Vegetable Soups, Broths. :and
Slows, with the Relishes and Seasonings
appropriate to each.
rr Taus You All the various and most opyrored modes of
cooking Veget.ibles of every description,
also bow to prepare Pickles, Catsups nod
Curries of all kinds, Potted Meats, Fieh,
Game, Mushrooms, de.
IT Tams You All ilia various and most approved modes of
preparing and cooking all kinds of Plain
and Parley Pastry. Puddings, Onieletten,
Fritters, Cakes. Confectionary, Preserves,
Jellies, and Sweet Dishes of every descrip
IT Vila You All the various and most approved modes
of making Bread, Rusks, Muffins, and ltis
• cult, and the bast method of preparing
Coffee, Chocolate, nod Ten, find how to
make Syrups, Cordials, and Wines of va
Ix TOLLS You How to sot out end to cement a Table, how to
Co, re all kinds of Fish, Flesh or Fowl, and
In short. how to so simplify the whole Art
of Cooking tri to bring the elioleeut luxuries
of thu table within tho ovo ybetly's reach.
For Sale at Lewis' Book Store.
" 10- -gc"
THE "GLOBE JOB OFFICE" is
_L the moot complete of any in the country, and pos•
seedes the most ample Mclnnes for promptly executing in
the bed style, every variety of Job l'rinting, such as
- - -
LABELS, &C., &C., &C.
CALL AND EXAMINE SPECIMENS OP WORE ,
AT LEWIS' BOOK, STATIONERY .4: MUSIC STORE
TIIE lIORSE AND HIS DISEASES,
THE HORSE'AND HIS DISEASES,
THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES,
A VALUABLE BOOK,
For sale at LEWIS' Book Store.
A VALUABLE BOOR,
For sale at LEWIS' Book Store.
THE FAMILY DOCTOR,
THE FAMILY DOCTOR,
THE FAMILY DOCTOR,
A VALUABLE BOOK,
For sale at LEWIS' Book Storo.
LONGSTP,ETH ON THE HONEY BEE,
LONGSTRETH ON THE HONEY BEE,
LONGSTRETH ON THE HONEY BEE,
A VALUABLE BOOK,
For sale at LEWIS' Book Store.
DOWNING on FRUIT and FRUIT TREES,
DOWNING on FRUIT and FRUIT TREES,
DOWNING on FRUIT and FRUIT TREES,
A VALUABLE BOOK,
Po , ' ~a ln at LEWIS' Book Store
A Benevolent butitittion established by spread Dammam&
for the Relief of the Zit. r and Distressed. offlicird with
Tirn/ent and Epidemic Diseases. and especially for the
Care of inseams of the Sexual @gams.
Medical Advice given gratis, by the Acting Surgeon, to
all mho artily by letter, nRh u description of their condi
tion, (age, occupation. habits of life, Ac.,) and In Wes of
extreme poverty. Medicines fin mailed free of charge.
Valuable Revolts ou Spermatot rlicea, and other Diseases
of the Sexual Oigans, and ou the new Remedies employed
in the Dispensary, sent to the omitted in sealed letter en
velopes, free of charge. Tno or three Stamps for postage
will ho nceeptoble.
Address, Int. J. SKILLEN HOUGHTON, Acting Per
goon, Hon aril Association, No. 2 South Ninth Stniet,Plol
- Pa. By order of the Directors.
EZItA D. 11A11T1VELL, Presidcnt,
(1110. r.uncinLn, .ccretary.
CHEAP WATCHES !
- CHEAP WATCHES!! oz
P.NO, 618, 31Alt1(a STIt1;11T,
Ilea on hand and is constantly receiving large assorments
of American, English, and Sot s 'leaches, which he will
sell at lower pi ices than ever Oared.
J. L. would ran particular attention to the celebrated
ASIERICIN ‘l'Arcn, which for accuracy of limo and dura
bility, end less liability of getting out of order, is superi
or to any other imported watch, made at anything like
the same cost. Jewelry, Silver and Silver Plated Ware,
of all at)les and patterns.
Gold. Silver and Sled Spectacley,
ith glasses for all sights, with PATENT, as xell as the old
style :tames. All goods sold at my establishment are
warlanted to ho OH rept escated. and satisfaction gunrnn•
teed to all yinchaserb, at NO. 618, .llsrkel Street, Corner
of Decatur. [Sent.l9,lBCO.,ly.
SOUND ON THE
BOOT & SHOE QUESTION
Has just opened tho hest assort
ment of Goods in his line, ever bi ought to Huntingdon.
His stook of BOOTS and SHOES for Ladles, Gent, ill
llles, MiBSe9, 803 , 1 and Children, comprises all the
latest fashions, and manufactured of the best ma
Also, a fine assortment of HATS for men, Boys
and Children. HOSE in great variety for Gentle.
men, Ladies ' Misses and Children. CARPETBAGS,
SUSPENDEIIS, GARTERS, FANS, Ac., &c.
SOLD LEATIIER, CALF SKINS, MOPOCCO, LASTS
and SIIOE-FINDINGS generally.
Thankful for past Swore, a continuance of the same is
N. B —Boots and Shoes for Ladies and Gentlemen, re.
paired and made to order.
Iluntingdo n, A 1.1124,1661.
TRY ME NEW STORE,
On Hill Rica opposite Carmon'3 Store.
SUGAR and MOLASSES,
COFFEE, TEA and CHOCOLATE,
FLOUR, FISH, SALT and VINEGAR,
CONFECTIONERIES, CIGARS and TOBACCO,
SPICES OF THE BEST, AND ALL KINDS,
and tansy other arliclo usually found in a, Grocery More
ALSO— Drugs, Chemicals, Dye Stuffs,
Paints, Vii niches, Oils and Spts. Turpentine,
Fluid, Alcohol, Glass and Putty,
BEST WINE and BRANDY for medical purposes.
ALL THE BEST PATENT MEDICINES,
tail a largo number Of articles too numeious to mention,
Taw public generally will please call and examine for
theniseh es nail learn my prices.
Huntingdon, lAN , 1.858,
rrIIE lIUNTINGDON FOUNDRY IN
BLAST AGAIN I—The subscribers take. this method
ot informing their Blends and the Dublin generally, that
they have rebuilt the Huntingdon Volta
dry, and are now in suceessfel operation.
: and are prepared to furnish Castings of
rfat • .....
every description, of best quality and
wolkinanship, on short notice, and on
reasonable let Mg. Fat niers are invited to call nod Egaum
Me our ploughs. Wu are manpfacturing the hunter
Plough. This plough took the lust premium at the Hum
tingdon county Am nultural Fair last fall. Also, Hunter's
celebrated Cutter Ploughs, which can't bo heat—together
pith the Keystone, Hillside and Bar-shear ploughs. We
have on bond and are manufacturing SWo9—finch
Cook, Parlor, and Office stoves for tread or coal. Iloilo.
ware, consisting of Kettles, Boilers, Skillets, •te all of
able]. can a ill sell cheap for cash or in exchange for coma..
try produce. Old metal taken fur castings. By a strict
attention to hilliness, and a ileliro to please, n o hope to re
echo a lihmal share of public pall °nage.
J. M. CUNNIiIiCIIIAM & BRO.
Huntingdon, April SO, 1856.
- DOOTS and SHOES, the largest and
cLeapest assortment In town, qt
D. P. GI VIN'S.
B LANK BOOKS,
OP V.llllOllB 81000, far Bala at
LEWIS' BOOK AND STATIONERY STORE.
NIONTILLY 711)114 1300 Ks,
For 'tale a.t.
LEWIS' poo.s AND srATio.yrier STOgr..
ROHRER'S - •
T()MIER'S PRACTICAL CALM
A Book of Platt Pulei Mal Ctilo ' nfaiisnsfor Bylines, Opo.
rations, by Martin M. Rohrer, Practical Surveyor and
Conreyancer. New yublfshed by J. B. Lippin.
cotta Cb., Phileutelphich
This yolk contains 204 pages, and upwards of 500 Balsa
and Examples, entirely and thoroughly practical, such as
arise every clay In tho common parboils of Business. It
has already passed through a number of editions in rapid
succession, and Is pronounced by all classes of business
men to be the handiest book of reference, pet Mining to
calculations, that has ever been published.
Every example in the book is worked out iu full and
stated in a plain manner, so that when a parallel case ari
ses, those referring to tbo work will and no difficulty in
solving It; in a word, the general arrangement of the
CALCULATOR is simple, that any One who knows how to
add, subtract, multiply and divide, can easily solve any or.
dinary example that arises in business, or arrive at tha
true result of any estimate required.
Tho chief aim of the author has been to eschew theory
and philosophy to figures, unsung only at facts and Monti
cit.), belles log that business mon pare little about spew.
ding time In discussing the plillosopki.of rules, or the
science of figures, deeming It sufficient for their purpose
to he able at a moment, by reference, to arrive at the Iran
result. The CALCULATOR differs In ibis respect from all
other Arithmetic., of the day and kinds ed works—it is a
key to practical business ,calculations—it is, in the hoods
of the business man, what the key to maThomatical %arks
in the hands of the teacher iu the School room—lt Lipp
tales time and insures correctness.
TOE WORK TREATS OF Tan
Measurement, of Land, of Lumber, of Brick and Brick
Work, cf Stone and Stone walk, of grain and grain bins,
of coal and coal bins, of wood, of solids, of liquids, of cir
cular, sqoare or it regular Teasels, of cisterns and vats, of
roofing, of plasterer's, painter's, glazier's, paver's, plumb.
er's, popes hanger's and upholsterers' work: It treats of
currency and of foreign and domestic exchange, of. the
decimal systom, of reduction and its extended application
to business, of simple and compound interest, and their
entire application to business transactions, With the laws
and usages governing the same, together with 1111111drOUS
commet clot forms—of legal tender, of partial payment on
notes, of banking and bank discount, of equation of pay.
ment and of partnership accounts, of assessment of lazes,
of weights and meimures, of square and cubic messure, of
the quasi root and its application to business of surface*
of excavation, and of many other important practical
matters not within the scope of an advertintuont to mum
IT IS JUST THE BOOK FOR TILE
Farmer, the merchant, the mechanic, the artisan, or the
professional man. It has proven a valuitblo auxiliary to
the lawyer, the justice of the peace, the conveyancer. and
real ett.tto broker, to the eseossar, the banker, the clerk,
to the Chit engineer and the Surveyor, to the carpenter
and bricklayer, to the stonemason end the plasterer, to
the paper hanger and upholsterer, to the paver and the
tiler, Lc., de.; each and all will find It adapted to their Ni
thr, crautc better than any book publicized.
td - V . Prise, 50 cents. Per sale at Lewis' Book Store.
Huntingdon, Dec. 26,1000.
"TOMES FORT-HE INDUSTRIOUS
GARDEN STATE OP THE WEST.
Tito Illinois Canoral Railroad Company have for Sale
Of Rich Farming Lands in Tracts of Forty Acres and
Upwai 41, on Long Crelit and at Low Prices.
MECISANICS, FARMERS, AD WO RM OMEN,
The attention of the enterprising and industrious per,
tin of the community is directed to the following state.
mute and liberal inducements offered them by the
ILLI Ole CENTRAL RAILROAD COMPANY, •
Which, en they will perceive, mill enable them, by proper
energy, pereeverauce, and industry.to provide comfortable
and permanent homes for themselves and' &millers, with,
comparatively speaking, very little capital.
LANDS or ILLINOIe,
No State in the ralley.of the Mississippi offers so great,
an inducement to the settler as the Stato'of Illinois.—
There is no portion of the world where all of the cern*
tions of climate and soil so admirably combine to produce
those two great staples, corn and wheat, as the prairies of
ICII ROLLING PRAIRIE LANDS
The deep rich loam of the prairies to cultivated with
such wohderful facility that the farmers of the Eastern
and Middle Slates ore moving to Illinofs in great numbers.
The area of Illinois Is about equal to Una of England, and
the soil is so rich that it will support twenty millions of
EASTEnN ATM SOUTRERN MARKETS.
These lands are contiguous to a railroad saran hundred
ropes in length, which connects with other roads and nav
igable lakes and rivers, thus affording an unbroken corn•
municatation with the Eastern and &althorn mgrl,Cota.
APPLICATION OP CAPITAL.
Thus far capital cud labor have beau Molted to develop
ing the soil ; the great resources of the State in coal and
iron are almost untouched. The invariable rule that the
mechanic arts flourish beet where food and fuel areqheap.
est. will follow at au early day in Illinois, and In the course
of the next ten years the mama laws and necessities of
the case warrant the belief that at least five hundred
thoußand people will be engaged in the gtattkqf Illinois in
the various manunctui lag omplopteuto,
RAILROAD SYSTEM OP ILLINOIS.
Over $100,000,000 of private capital have beeq expanded
on the railroad system of Illinois. Inasmuch no part of
the income from severe) of these works, with a valuable
public fund in lands, go to diminish the State expensea,
the taxes are light. and must consequently every day do,
The State debt is only $10,105,09814, and %Ulan the
last three years has been reduced $2,959,140 80 ; and we
may reasonably expect that In ten yeas It will become
Tho Stato Is rapidly tilling up - ,with population; SC,
0 2 15 persona having been added since 1860, making the'pop.
elation 1,719;196—a ratio of 102 per cent. in ten years.
The agricultural products of Illinois are greater than
those of any other state. The products sent out during
the past.year exceeded 1,000,000 tons. The wheat crop of
1850 approaches 35,000,000 bushels, while the corn crop
yields not lees than 140,000,000 toehold,
FERTILITY LP Sulk,
Nowhere can the industrious farmer secure such imnts
dutto results for his labor as upon these prairie soils, they
being composed of a.deep rich loam, the fertility of which
is unsurpassed by any on the globe.
To ACTUAL CULTIVATORS.
Since 1351 the Company have sold 1,300,000 acres. They
sell only to actual culla valor:, and every cordtrad contain/1
an agreement to cultivate. The road has been constructed
through these lunate at an expense qf $30,000,000. in 1850,
the population ofthe 49 counties through which it paws
was only 335.508, since which 439.293 have been ad 4 co new
king the whole population 814,891—!a gain oil:l32)ex Rat.
EVIDENCES OP PROSPEPITY.
As an evidence cf the thrift of the people, It may ba
stated tliat 600,000 tons of freight, including 8,600,000 bus.
of grain and 250,00 Q barrels of flour, were forwarded over
the line last yam..
Mechanics and workingmen will find the free .school
system encouraged by the .itato and endowed with a large
revenue for the support of schools. Their children can
live in sight of the chinch uud school house, and grow up
with the pruspetity of the lending state In the Great West
PRICES AND TERMS OP PAYMENV
Tim prices of these lands vary from $0 to $25 per acre;
acording to location, quality, .tc. Fnubciass farming lands,
sell tar about $lO or $32 per acre; nod the relative expense
of subduing prairie laud, as compared with %v.:delimit:l,M ik
the ratio of ono to ten in favor of the former. The term.
of salo for the bulk of theme lands cciil be
ONE YEAR'S INTEREST /N ADVANCE,
at six per cent per annum, and six interest notes at elx
pep cent. payable respectively in eeley two, three,four,five,
and nix years from date o sale; and four notes for prinet.
pal, nvyable in four, fine. six, and seven. years, from date
of tale; she contract stipulating that onedenth of the tract
purchaved shall be fenced and cultivated, each and ovary
year for lee years from the data of sale, so that at the end
of tiro ye as one.balfshall be feucod and under cultivation.
TWENTY PER CENT. WILL Bp DEDUCT.P.
from the alu alien for cash, except the Same should be at
sir:J.lollam per acre. when the cash pries will beta dollars.
Pamphlets descriptive of the lands, :oil, climate, pro
(Notions, prices, and terms of payment, can be had on ap
plication to J. W. FOSTEIt,
Land Commissioner, Minas Central Railroads
For the names of tho tOVIII9, villtules, nod cities situated
upon tho Illinois Control Railroad, sue pages 188, 19 9 004
190 Appieton's Railway Guido. [Fob.l3, 'ol—vrtf.
Will be received by the subscriber for mining and
slivering Into cars the coal from the Powelton and Bat•
net Celled., far one year. ending March fleet, 1862.
The coal to be delivered at so mush per tea, ef 22401ba„
as aforesaid, In the bent marketable condition, free front
elate, and ethos Impuritiee, In such,quautitiee and of such
description as may be designated by the orders of thq
• • •
The contractor null bo provided with such mining tools
and impleineuto, mules, houses, Sc., es may be on the
promises, a valuation of which will be made at tho time
possession is given, the amount of whiSisvaluatiori to be
accounted for at the expiration of the contract.
A good store will be provided. A moderato rout still be
charged for houses
Thu alines to be worked aubjeot to such in:11111u glOOat
as the knots may provide, For further Information apply_
to lIARE•PoWEL.I., • •
No. 104 Walnut Street,
Tel,. 20, 1881.—tf,
ruHE largest stock of De Laitles in town.
by RIMER k 8014..
WRAPPING A A
P d PER
THE b st display and largest variety of
all Muds of Goods, eau always be found at tliauheap
store of FISUEII & SOY
ONFECTIONERIES of the very best
V/ Gill ut DIMLY:RT.
QOllOOl, BOOKS, _ ,
Generally in use in the . Schools of Gm County, not on
Land, 1,111 be fimisher). to order, tin aMication .1 -
BBIVIS' BOOK AND STATIONEBY STORK,. ,
CALL at D. Ps GIVIIN'S if you want.
V.) Fashionable Ooods.
QALT ! SALT !! SALT II !: :
Li Jnat received from Om Onorlag,o Salt Company,
Syracuse, N. Y., to he add on commission, either whole-.
sale or retell. 200 BAItRkILS and 1000 SACKS of SALT,
0ct.31,1860.. STSIIIIK-.4 SON. -;