The globe. (Huntingdon, Pa.) 1856-1877, June 25, 1861, Image 1

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    THE GLOBE.
Tuesday Afternoon, June 25, 1861
LOCAL & PERSONAL
MIL EDITOR :—The Ladies of Hun
tingdon present their coMpliments to
Observer," and beg leave to state
that their patriotism has not yet alto
gether subsided. They are ready, "in
season and out of season" to make
Haveloeks, or anything else the soldiers
may need. They have now on hand
some seventy pairs of drawers, shirts,
&e., which were made for the Standing
Stone Guards, but having been in
formed that they were not needed,
they offered them to the Huntingdon
Infantry and are subject to their order.
A number of Haveloeks have been
made and forwarded, but they have
no material on hand, nor money collec
ted to procure them. If " Observer"
or any other person, will collect mate
rials and leave them at the " Globe"
office, they will speedily convert them
into Haveloeks; gray linen or brown
Holland will be acceptable.
,The ladies think the reflection on
their want of patriotism comes with a
bad grace from any one who has wit
nessed their untiring ellbrts to relieve
the wants of the soldiers. On Friday
night it u-as announced that two regi
ments would be here early in the morn
ing on their way to Bedford. Many
of the ladies were up at three o'clock,
and from that time until late in the
afternoon were doing all in their pow
er to provide for nearly 2,000 hungry
soldiers. A number gave them all
theirbread and had to supply the wants
of their own families during the Sab
bath the best way they could. While
they have no disposition to make a
parade of their patriotism in the pub
lie print, they arc ready, at any time,
to compare notes with Mr. " Observer"
to see who has done the most in this
our common cause.
SOLDIERS IN Tows.—Ott Saturday
last, two Regiments, of the Ist and 2d
Pennsylvania Reserve from Camp
Curtin passed through this place. on
their way to Cumberland, Md. They
arrived here between one and two
o'clock, and were pretty generally fed
by our good citizens, who flocked to
the railroad with their buckets, bask
ets, etc., etc., well filled with many
nicethiAgs the soldier has not while
in eamp or on active. duty. Two
thousand men were not a small family
to feed, and it may be that a few re
ceived but little, but all appeared to be
well pleased with the good intentions
of our citizens. After stopping with
us about an hour, the trains proceeded
over the Broad Top Road, and again
met with a large stock - of provisions at
Marklesburg, brought to the depot by
the patriotic citizens of Marklesburg
and vicinity. Capt. Campbell's Artil
leryaecompanied these two Regiments.
The first Regiment is commanded by
Col. Simmons, fur twenty-five years
connected with the regular ariny.---
('apt. Dare, of the Scott Infantry, has
been elected Major of this Regiment.
The Huntingdon Infantry, Capt. Har
rison, were also with this Regiment.=
The second Regiment is commanded
by Col. Biddle. All the "buck-tail "
companies were with these Regiments,
and had they been properly uniformed
they would have looked well and felt
much better than they did. They all
expect their uniforms to follow them
this week. For the credit of the
State we Lope these brave men may
not be longer disappointed.
It was gratifying to see the friends
of the soldiers rushing into town from
the Upper townships, from early
mot:Mug until the_arrival of the trains.
Fathers, mothers, sisters, brothers,
friends, were anxious to see their sol
dier " boys" once more, and perhaps
for the last time.
The Regiments arrived at Hopewell
on Saturday evening. The Ist pro
ceeded immediately on foot for Bed
ford—the 2d followed at 3 o'clock
Sunday morning.
Tug FOURTM—The general impres
sion prevails that the citizens of Hun
tingdon and vicinity will celebrate the
Independence Day by a general pic
nic in or near the town. Everybody,
old and young, to provide some
thing for the occasion, and in a true
Democratic style, with fife and drum,
speech makers, violins, etc., etc., and
;small beer, repair to some pleasant
place and have "a tinm.generally."
ACCIDENT.-011 Wednesday last as
Mr. Colon was enjoying a carriage
ride, his horse took fright at something
near the Presbyterian
,Church corner
and ran up Hill street at a break-neck
rate running against the bridge at the
head of the street, breaking the car
riage to pieces and precipitating Mr:
Colon in the race on the broad of his
back and injuring his leg slightly.
Bee- We must inform our soldier
friends in Gen. Patterson's command,
that we returned home on Wednesday
morning last, with a slight attack of
what troubled Gen. Price at Boone
ville, The week we spent with the
army, and the many tokens of friend
-ship we receivoe from officers and
privates will never be forgotten by us.
VAUIETY ENVELOPES, containing a fine
assortment of commercial and fancy
note paper, letter and note envelopes,
steel pens, etc., at wholesale prices, for
25 cents. Prepared and for sale at
Pooh. Stationery and Music
TUE GLORIOUS FCiURTII !-A 'Union
Celebration of Independence Day, by
the ciiizens of J3arreo, Jackson and
West townships, will take place at
Saulsburg. Reverends Censer and
Clark, and John Scott and A. W. Ben
edict, Esqs., will be present to address
the assemblage. The public generally,
are invited to be there.
kr. Canim.—We had a polite invi
tation on Friday evening last to try
the ice cream prepared for visitors by
our neighbor Eclaris Thomas. We
consider ourself a good judge of the
article and wo unhesitatingly pro
nounce that made by Mr. Thomas
equal to the best. Call, and be con
vinced.
POLE 11.11151 NU ON BROAD Tor.—A
pole and flag raising will take place
at the City Hotel in Broad Top City
on the 4th of July next. A grand
time may be expected. Gen. William
son and others will be on hand to be
heard.
Forgo. — On Saturday last in this
borough, a BREAST PIN. The owner
can obtain it by calling on Mrs. J.
Simpson Africa, Washington street,
and describing the lost article.
OUR CORRESPONDENCE.
SAMSON TOWNSHIP, June 18.
Ta.wm,Esq.:--We of this valley
aro regarded by some as being a back
ward people. Indeed it has been said,
that all we care for is, to farm away
for six days till Sunday comes, then
go to church, listen to a two hours'
sermon, and sing psalms through our
nasal organs. Well, sir, if to be back
ward implies` in it, that we do not suf
ficiently patronize traveling phrenolo
gists. horse doctors, negro performan
ces, &e., as much as some other sections,
we plead guilty to the charge. We
have, it is true, to labor under many
disadvantages, owing to our isolated
position ; but, for honest industry, hos
pitality and patriotism, we are not far
behind the more highly favored of the
country.
THE LAMES
The - office-seeking politicians, it ap
pears to me, act under the influence of
the idea that we are a peculiar people.
Immediately before the August Con
ventions they may be found where
loafers most do congregate, and by
sundry promises and divers drinks,
endeavor, as they say, to secure this
township, the rest being " all right."—
If they have secured the nomination,
they may be seen out here again.—
Holding receptions at the taverns on
Saturday, and shaking hands with the
faithful at Camp Meeting on Sunday.
Now-, sir, this may all be deemed ne
cessary by' the contesting candidates,
and we may be censured for not ap
preciating the motives which actuate
them. Still, we confess, that we see
neither the harmony of their conduct,
nor the rectitude of the rule.
McAlevy's Fort presented a very
gay and patriotic appearance on Sat
urday last. The Stars and Stripes are
floating from every house; the citizen
soldiers of Jackson and Barree town
ships having met here for a grand pa
rade. There goes the Jackson Artil
lery, commanded by the indomitable
Burr and Snay ; with what ease, and
rapidity they execute the different
movements. But look: Yonder comes
dashing at full speed, the splendid cav
alry company from old Barree, led by
our worthy fellow-citizen Captain Bell.
What stalwart men, and splendid hor
ses. We think there are over sixty
mounted men; they reflect great honor
on the county; especially when you
remember the political proclivities of
the township. They were opposed,
almost unanimously, to the present
Chief Magistrate, (luting the late polit
ical campaign; but, when our flag was
insulted and degraded; when Liberty
cried, " To the rescue," they rallied as
one man, unfurling the glorious ban
ner of the .Republic ; they aro ready to
defend it from enemies without, and
traitors within. I see many gentlemen
in the company whose names I should
be pleased to mention, bat to particu
larize further would be invidious.
Who are those noble looking fellows
with the handsome rifles ? They are
the Ellsworth Guards, representing the
wealth and talent of Jackson township.
They are about completing their or
ganization, having chosen W. A. Oaks
Captain, Dr. M. Miller and Gco. Mc-
Alevy Lieutenants, and C. W. Hardy
Sergeant. The Valley reposes great
confidence in them, and they are known
to possess the requisite means to fully
equip themselves. We wish them suc
cess.
Last, though not least, comes the
Home Guards of- Jackson and Brrree
townships. These are the noblest Ro-
Mans - of them all; how many there are
whose heads are silvered by the sands
of Time, whose furrows .d cheeks and
tottering steps plainly admonish us,
that e'er a few more months or days,
and they shall behold our beautiful
Valley for the last time. And yet
they am here, with the buoyancy of
youth, to inspire our young men with
that spirit that commands honor at
home and respect abroad.
The sun is new slowly descending
to the embrace of towering Tussy ;
casting a golden radiance o'er the east
ern hills, making our limpid creek that
flows meandering by, to sparkle with
ten thousand brilliants.
Music is discoursing a beautiful part
ing tune; each one seems glad, for the,
day is well spent; meanwhile, " pale
Cynthia" appears smiling complacent
ly on the scene and leaving lam' sole
queen of the night.
OLD FARMER.
MR. LEWIS :—After a silence of two
weeks, I will again attempt a contri
bution to the "Globe," to apprise your
numerous readers that Penn is still in
the field, with a will for any fate she
may be called on to meet, in testimony
of which we might point you to the
succor rendered to the soldiers who
passed through here on Saturday.—
Notwithstanding we had but two
hours notice for preparation, sufficient'
provisions, in the shape of calves, pies,
hams, eggs, broad, butter &c., were
collected to satisfy the most ravenous,
aftor which the fragments taken up,
; nearly amounted to that recorded in
By order of the Committee
PENN TOWNSIIIP, June 24, '6l
the good book. There - were - more
people present at Marklesburg station,
than I ever beheld there on any occa
sion; not merely consisting of the gay
and young, but old men and women,
all en masse, came out with their huge
baskets well filled—too . heavy to be
borne at any time when patriotism
was not swelled to almost bursting
bounds—,to give relief and encourage
ment to our bravo boys on their way,
to Dixie's, and not a little were the
soldiers surprised at this kind demon
stration, wondering that such kind
people, with such good things existed
in such big hills. •
The Marklesburg Guards repaired
to the station at an early hour, to re
ceive the trains containing the sol
diers, which was attended wiih the
wildest enthusiasm, 'calling forth a
succession of deafening cheers, which
almost rent the air; and the ladies,
may good luck ever attend them, con
tributed not a little to further the pat
riotic demonstration.
The parade at MeConnellstown, I
spoke of in my last, come off in a high
ly satisfactory manner, attracting a
great crowd of citizens, who where al
most elated with the entertaining pro
ceedings. The McConnellstown Guards
are a fine lot of men, and make a good
appearance through the exertions of
their devoted captain, John House
holder, Esq. The llarklesburk Guards
were escorted to town by this company,
making a grand sight. The day was
mostly devoted to drilling, closing with
an appropriate address by Dr. Win
fred°. After the order of the day had
agreeably passed, rowdyism came in
for its share in the evening, with old
" tanglefoot," for Captain, and succeed
ed in getting up a tisti-cuff, which re
sulted in one of the boys leaving t4re
print of his back in the sand. Boys
I would rather see you save your blows
till yon get down to DiXie.
Yours in haste,
Cosmoromm
Our Army Correspondence.
CAMP NEGLEY, Hagerstown,
June 19, 1861.
Famn LElVlS:—Having a moment's
leisure, I drop you a line informing
you of our whereabouts. On Sunday
morning we left Chambersburg, and
arrived at this place in the afternoon;
we encamped in a beautithl spot with
plenty of good water adjacent, on yes
terday morning at 1 o'clock. The
alarm roll was sounded, and we
marched double quick step foii, Virgin
ia to reinforce the 10th which was in
danger. When we arrived at Williams
port we were ordered to stop and
wait further orders; we laid on our
arms through the day, and in the eve
ning traveled back again to our camp
at Hagerstown ; it proved to be a false
alarm, but it found our men all ready,
and willing to put things through gen
erally. Our whole brigade vas along,
commanded by Brig. Gen. Negley; it
consists of the 11th, 14th and 15th I'.
V., the • Wisconsin Regiment and a
Regiment from Connecticut. We will
give a good account of ourselves I
predict, if we get a lick at traitordom.
The weather is very warm, but the
men stand it well. We are now tin
der marching orders for Washington
City, but whether we willget there is
another thing. There are about 30,000
troops around here, and if we would
get orders to march into Virginia we
would startle Jeff. Davis and his trait
orous hordes considerably.
Wherever we locate I will post you
again, about the doings of the "fight
ing 15th." Good bye and Union for
ever. S. 11. W.
CAMP CAMERON, Mn.,
June 20, 1861.
' DEAR " GLOBE" :—We have at last
got into the Southern States. We are
encamped 3 miles south of Hagerstown
and half a mile from Funkstown, We
are well located but will not have a
chance of enjoying it long. There are
now in our camp the first, second, 3d
and 24th regiments; there are also
several camps close around ours. On
day before yesterday, the 18th inst.,
we paid a flying visit to the Virginia
line, but were disappointed by finding
the enemy gone. We were called out
at 2 o'clock, A. M., and at 3 took line
of march for Williamsport, at which
place we reached at 7 A. M. Our
guide by some mistake got on the
wrong road, and we marched 8 miles
further than was necessary; we made
one stretch of 10 miles without a rest,
which was too much for some of the
boys, who are not used to such work,
but they did it without a grumble.—
When we. arrived in Williamsport we
met with numerous deserters who in
formed us that when the rebels heard
of our approach, they took leg bail.—
We did not cross the Potomac as there
was nothing for us to do, but rest in
the shade until 5 P. M., when we start
ed for this camp, which we reached
about 10 o'clock the same night; we
took a different route on our return,
which made the distance only about 6
miles, making the whole distance we
marched that day, about 20 miles.—
A serious accident happened on our
return, which resulted in the death of
Mr. Milton Berlin, of Co. D, 3d Regi
ment P. V. It appears that a gun
us accidentally discharged by one of
the 24th Regiment, and Mr. B. was
the victim. His remains were sent to
Tyrone yesterday, where they will be
interred. Mr. B. was a citizen of Ty
rone and' nephew of S. Berlin of the
same place.
We yesterday received a visit from
our old friends, Mr. Thomas Newell
and Henry N. Baker of Alexandria,
Pa. There wore other visitors from
Alexandria, but as they did not think
enough of us to come. and see us, we
do not consider them worthy of notice;
they stopped at the camps of the 14th
and 15th regiments, only 1- mile dis
tant.
While writing the above, one of our
members, Mr. William Erb expired,—
lir. E. resided near Williamsburg, and
belonged to Capt. W. L. Neff's Comp.
C, 3d Regiment. *He had been sick
but a few days. This evening he will
be interred in the cemetery of Funks
town, with all the honors duo a sol
dier. He had completed two months
of his enlistment this day. Wo are
well quartered here, but how long we
will enjoy it, is bard to tell. Wo are
receiving now uniforms, and it is
thought by our officers that wo will
next move to Washington. This day
completes two months of our three,
when we will bo discharged, then the
three year men can have a chance.
S.G.B.
Testimony of- Respeot
Ilartelog Lodge, No. 286 I. 0. of 0. I:, of Pa., has been
deprhcd, by a mystinlous Providence, of our esteemed
and worthy brother Gtonor. M. Horn.. We Can cheerfully
leave him In the hands of a Doing who bee done all things
well ;'t, hole giuricillS In leizinm, fearful in praises, defog
wonders, therefore. to that cud ho It
Recotrrd, That, thongli in vline.of his excellent charac
ter, we are sustained by the centre] ting hope that our 1001
it big infinite gain. we deeply mourn that be hes bean cut
oft in the prime of youth, and in the prospect of grant 11.41,
111111009.
Resolve, That, In the death of George 31.1Ioutz, Fag.,
this Lodge has lost a worthy and honored member and be
loved brother; one whose life was a constant Illustration
of the virtues of Friendship. Love and Truth. Society has
lost an active and usoful citizen; his profession has lost
one m hose talents and energies would, erelong have placed
him in its highest ranks. and ble family and friends have
lost—tholr's is a loss which words cannot tell and which
their hearts alone can fool.
Relate, That we extend our sincere sympathy to the
bereaved parents, sisters and other relatives; and if there
aro sorrows that could be lessened in being borne by the
many, we can assure them, that not only our besets, but
the hearts of the whole community have mourned with
them over this sad, mysterious Providence.
Besotted, That the members of Ilartrdog Lodge wear the
Usual badge of mourning, and the Lodge room be draped
for thirty days.
Rewired, That n copy of there resolutions, signed by
the ceinnAttee, be furnished to the relatives of our dn.
ceased brother, and be published in the county papers.
P. G., G. W. limn',
P. 0., T. M. BUM?, Committee.
P. G., SAMUEL IVORY,
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sell at lower prices than ever offered.
J. L. would call particular attention to the celebrated
AggRICAN i1'41131, which for accuracy of time and dura
bility, and 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 styles and patterns. . _
Gait, Silver and Stea Spectacles, •
with glasses for all sights, with PATENT, as wall as the old
sty to irames. All goods sold at my establishment are
warranted to be as repiesented. and satisfaction goatee.
teed to all yin chasers, at NO. 618, Market Street, Corner
of Decatur. [Sept. IS, 1810,—ly.
• - V,,blG _
vo.( , Vss,„,
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I
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7HE "GLOBE JOB OITFICE" is
the moot complete of any in the country, and pot.
seoises the most ample facilities for promptly executing in
the Lout style, every variety of Job Printing, ouch as
HAND BILLS,
PROGRAMMES,
BLANKS,
POSTERS,
CALL AND EXAMINE OPLCIMENO Or WORK,
AT LEWIS' BOOK, terATIONERY & DIUSIO STORE
►THE PEOPLE'S COOK BOOK
&c. &c.
MODERN COOKERY
Carefillly Revisal by ,Yr . J. S. Hale
IT TELLS TOI: How to choowin!l kinds of Meets, Poultry,
and Gnme, with all the various and roust
approved modes or dressing and cooking
Loot and Pork; also thu beet and simplest
way of salting, pickling and culling the
some.
72 T 11.1.5 You All the various and most approved modus of
di•essintr, cooking, and boning Mutton,
Lamb, Veal, Poultry. and game of nil kinds
with the different Dressings, Gravies, sod
Etuffings approlirlate to each.
IT TELLS You how to Lhooso. clean, and preserve Fish of
all kinds, and how to saw:ten it to hen taint
ed; also all the tariolla and moat approved
modes of cooling, with the different Droeo
'
ing. Sallerd : and FM', °rings appropriate to
each.
IT TEL You MI the vellum and meet approved modre of
preparing over f,O klude of Meet.Finb,Fewl.
Game, and Vegetable Soups, Broths, :end
Slew., "Ms the Relishes and &moulage
appreolate to cacti.
Ir T. 61.1.3 Yoe All the various slid most apyroved modes of
wolfing Vegetables of every description,
also how to prepare Pickle., Catsup, and
Curries of all kinds, rotted Moats, Fish,
(lame, blu.throtnus, dc.
IT TELL, You All the various and most approved modes of
preparing and cooking ail kinds of Plain
• and Fancy Pastry, Puddings, Omelettes,
Fritters, Qtlos. Confectionary, Preset 004
Jellies, nod tsneet Dliltes of every desmip•
Um!.
TELLS You All the various and most approved modes
of making Bread, lluelt, Minim% and ]tie•
cult, and the best method of preparing
Coffee, Chocolate, nod Ten, and how to
wake Strops, Cordials, and Wines of ca•
rious lauds.
IT Tuts You Ilow to getout and Grommet a Table,bow to
Carve all kinds of Fish, Flesh or Fowl, and
iu abort, how to ao simplify the whole Art
of Cooking es to bring the choicest luxuries
of the table within the everybody's reach.
Fur Sale at Lewis' Book Store.
NEw BOOKS !
FOR SALE AT LEWIS' BOOK STORE
TIIE HOUSE: A NEW POCKET 'SICIOAL of Rtn:al Arch' tec-
titre; or. Wow to Build Dwellings, Barns, Stables, and
Out Du ellings of all kinds. With a Chapter on Churches
and School-Mouses. Price, 50 cents.
THE GARDEN: A NEW Pociver norm of Practical Ilor•
ticulture; or, How to Cultivate Vegetables, Fruits, and
Flown.. With a Chapter on Ornamental Trees and
Shrubs. Price, 60 cents.
TIM: FAILSf : A NEW POCKET MANUAL of Practical Agel
culture; or, Dow to Cultivate ell the Field Crops. With
au Essay on Farm Management, etc. Price, 50 cents.
DOMESTIC ANIMALS: A Now Pocxrr MANUAL of Cattlo,
Horse, and Sheep Husbandry; or, How to Breed and
Rear the Various Tenants of the Barn-yard, etc., etc
Price, 50 cents.
110 W TO TALK: A Now POCKET MANUIL of Conversation
and Debate, with Directions for Acquiring a Orammati.
cal Style, and more than Plea Hundred Common Mis
takes Corrected. Price, 50 cents.
110 W TO BEHAVE: A Now POCKET MANAUL of Republi
can Etiquette, and Guide to Correct Petuonal Habits;
uith Rule. for Debating Societies and Deliberative As-
mobiles, etc. Puke, 50 cents.
HOW TO HO DUSINMS: A New POCKET MANUAL of
Practicul Affairs and Outdo to IHICCeBn in Life; with a
Collection of Busiueas Forma; and a Dictionary of Cow
mqclal Terms, std. Prise, 50 cants.
I 'RANKLIN HOUSE,
IX ME DIAMOND,
UUNTINUDON, PA_
VALENTINECROUSE, Proprietor.
Tbo citizens of the county, and strangers and traceless
generally, will And comfortable, accomniodatioas at this
house. (live us a trial, [April 4; 1860.1
COME TO THE NEW STORE FOR
CHEAP DAROADIS.
NEW GROCERY
- - - - - -
C. LONU
Informs the citizens of Huntingdon end ♦i
ctnity, that ho has opened a now Grocery and Confection
ery Store in the basement, under Outman & Co.'e Clothing
Store, in the Diamond, and would Most respect/My re
glicct a elms* of patronage. Ills utr3ek ooesista of
ell kinds of the
BEST 1311t00EDIES,
DONZECTIONERIES, &c.,
Fish can be bad et wholesale or total'.
ICE CI6DAM will be furnished rogularly to patties and
Individuals, at his room.
Huntingdon, Sept. 24,1660,
MONTHLY TIME BOOKS,
LEI 4 E rs SIV . .: IND STATIONERY STORE.
LIQUORS, of tile best, for Medietos3
vtlrpoteu at w, F. f.4.31114'§
ROHRER'S
- ROHRER'S '
ROHRER'S
ROHRER'S
ROHRER'S
PRACTICAL CALCULATOR.
PRACTICAL CALCULATOR,
PRACTICAL 'CALCULATOR.
PRACTICAL CALCULATOR.
PRACLICAL.CALCULATOR.
TUE WORK TREATS OE TUE
IT IS JUST THE BOOK FOR TILE
MT=
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
IIY
UISS ELIZA AC2'O.N.
AN'lll
CONFECTIONERY
Tr E o,l l a/3.
I t TUE
GARTIVir STATE OF TRE WEST,
The ItDuoia Cenral Railroad Company hate for Sale
1,200,000 ACRES
Of Mel, 'Fanning Lands in Tracts of Forty Antes And
Upward, on Long Credit and at Low Prices,
realizip, AD WARM GMLItt
The attention of tho enterprising and industrious por
tion of the community to directed to the following atato
inenta and liberal inducements offered thous by the
ots CENTRAL 11&11710.1D COMPANY,
Which, as they will perceive, will enable them, by proper
energy, perseverance, and Inclustry,to provide comfortable
and permanent lowa for themselves and families, with,
comparatively speaking, very little capital.
LANDO OF iLLINOIS
No State in the valley of tho filselseippi offers no great
an inducement to the twitter es the State of Illinois.—
There is no portion of the world where alt of the condi
tions of climate and soil so admirably combine to produce
those two great staples, corn and wheat, as the prairies of
Illinois.
RICH ROLLING PHJXIIIY RUIDIL
The deep rich loam of the prairies Is cultivated with
such wohderful facility that the farmers of the Eastern
nod Middle States aro moving to Illinois in great numbers.'
The area of Illinois is about equal to that of England, and
the soil is AO rich that it will support twenty millions of
people.
EASTERN AND 0017TDIEN MAMMA.
These lands are contiguous to a railroad seven hundred
miles in length, which connects with other rends and nav
igable lakes and rivers, time affording au unbroken Coin
municatation with the Eastern uud Southern markets.
APPLICATION' OP CAPITAL
Thus far capital and labor have been applied 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 best where food and fuel are cheap•
est, will follow at en early day in Itliaole e and In the count;
of the next ten years the natural laws and necessities of
the caw) warrant the belief that at least five hundred
thousand people will be engaged in the State et Illinois In
tho various manuacturing employments.
RAILROAD STRUM OP ILLINOIS
Over $100,000,000 of private capital have been expended
on the reilroad system of Illinois. Inasmuch ea part of
the income from several of these works, with a valuable
public fund In lands, go to diminish the State expenses,
the taxes are light, and must consequently every day de
crease.
THE STATE DEBT
The State debt is only $10,105,398 14, and within the
last three yeare has been reduced $2,959.7416 60 ; and ne
may reasouahly expect that In Leh yeses It will become
extinct.
PrcEszta , POPULATION
The Stale la 11011 y filling up with population i 883,.
020 persons bre , . ing been added +lnce 1000, ;tanking tho pop
ulation 1,710.400--a ratio of 102 per cent. to ten years.
AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS
The agricultural products of Illinois ate greater that'
those of any other State. The products soot out during
the post:venr exceeded 1,600,000 thus. Thu wheat crop of
1860 approaches 35,600,000 bushels, while the corn crop
yields not Ices than 110,000,000 bushuls.
FEIITCLITT Or 841. *
Newham con the West, ions !taller secure such imme
diate results for his labor as upon these prairie soils; they
being composed of s;deep rich loom, the fertility ofsrhich
is unsurpassed by soy ou the globe.
TO ACTUAL CULTIVATORS.
Since 1854 the Company have sold 1,300,000 acres. Th ey
sell only to actual cultivators, and every conttract conta ins
an agreement to cultivate. The road has been constructed
through these lands at an eapense of 830,000,000. In 1850,
the population of the 49 counties through which it pastes
was only 335,698, since which 479,293 have bun added, ma
king the whole population 814,891—a gain of 143 per cent.
EVIDENCED or PII.O9PEEITT.
As an evidence of the thrift of the people it may be
staved th.t 600,000 tong of freight, including 8,6 0 0,000 hue.
of groin and 260,000 barrels of flour, were total/rand, °Ter
the line last year.
EDLCATION.
Mechanics and workingmen will And Mb free lichee'
system encouraged by the State and endowed with u largo
rot enue for the support of schools. Thilr children can
live in sight of the church and school house, sad grow up
with the prosperity of tho loading state in the Great West
ern Empire,
PnICE.I3 A D TrnMs OF rXIMINT.
The prices or these lands racy from $6 to $26 per acre,
acorliag to location, quality, ac. First-class (Moan lands
sell fur about $lO or $1.2 pet acre; arid the retauro expense
of subduing prairie loud, m competed with woodland, is in
rho ratio of one to ten in favor of the formor. Tke terms
of Bale for the bulk of these lauds will be
Otto Teen's Lanten to ADVANce,
at eta percent per annum, and six Interest notes at sir
per cent.payable respectively In one, two, three, four,tive,
and six years from date o auto; and four notes for princi
pal, payable In four, nee, six, and seven years, from date
Mettle; the contract stipulating that ono•tentb of the tract
purchased shall be fenced and cultivated, each and every
year for five years from the date of sale, so that at the end
of the yens ono•lialfeltallbo fenced and under Cultivation.
TWENTY PER CERT. WILL BE DEDUCTED
from the valuation for cash, except the same should be at
six dollars per acre, when the cash price will bop dollars.
Pamphlets descriptive of the lauds, soil, climate. Pro
ductlons, prices, and terms of payment, con ballad on AP'
plication to J. W. FOSTER,
Laud Commissioner, Illinois Central Ealltoad,
Chicago, Illinois.
For the names of the towns, villages,And cities situated
upon the Illinois Central Railroad, ecepages 188, 189,and
190 Appleton's Italia ay,Guido. [Fcb. 13, 'Bl—wtf.
G REAT WORK--027--TII-Fr-nOnt
THE HORSE & HIS DISEASES
BY ROBERT JENNINGS, Y. 8 .,
li•ofenor of Plilhology inul Op retire Surgery in the
Ireterinary College. of Philadelphia, etc., dc.
WILL TELL TOL; Of tho Origin, History and distinctive
traits of the various breeds of European,
Asiatic, African and American Horses,
with the physical formation and pe
culiarities of the animal, and how to
• ascertain his ago by tim number and
condition of ids tooth; illustrated pith
anmcreuc caplanatury engravings.
THE HORSE AND IIIS DISEASES
WILL TELL YOU Of Breeding, Breaking. Stabling, Feed
ing, Oroommg. Shoeing, and the gener
al management of the heron, with do
bust modes of administering medicine,
rine, how to treat Biting, Kicking,
Bearing, Shying, Stumbling, Crib-Bit
lug. liestlesenexa, and other vices to
width Leis subject; with unutorotts ex
planatory engravings.
TIIE HORSE - AND WS DISEASES
WILL TELL YOU Of the causesoymptomicand Treatment
of Strangles, Soro Throat, Distemper,
eatenlt, Influenza, Bronchitis, rued
mule, ?tourney, Broken Blind, Citron
is Cough, Roaring and Whistliug:Lam
pee, Sore Mouth and Ulcers, and D
rayed Teeth, with other diatom of the
Mouth and Respiratory Orono.
I=l
WILL TitLL YOU Of the cause+, symntoms,and Treatment
of Worm., Boca, Cholla, Strangulation,
Stony Concretions, Ruptures, Paley,
Diarrhea, Jaundice,llepatlrrlien,Bloody
Stoueg In the Kidneys and Blad
der, Inflamation and other diseases of
the Stomach, Bowels, Liter and Uri
nary Organs.
TILE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES
WILL TELL YOU Of the causes, symptoms, and Treat-
Went of Bona, Blood and Bog, Spiteln,
Bing Boon, Bweanle, ;Brains, Broken
Kneen, Wind Galls, Founder ' Crocked
Hoofs. Solo Bruise and greed, Canker,
'Scratches, Thrush and Corns; also, of
Megrims, Vertigo, Epilepsy, Staggers,
and other dlseastds of the Epilepsy,.
Legs,
and Lira
THE HOUSE AND lIIS DISEASES
WILL TELL YOU Of the causal, symptoms, and Treat
ment of Plitula, Poll Evli, °Modern,
Percy, Scarlet Fever, Mange, Slidell.
Locked Jaw,itheumatiem.Oramp,GalLa,
Menses of the Eye and Heart,
and how to manage Castration, Bleed
ing, ,Trephining, Roweling. Titleg
Hernia, Amputation, Tapping, alid Wri
er surglog operations.
THE lIORSE AND MS DISEASES
WILL TELL tall Of Earefi Method of taming Iforaei;
bow to Approach, hatter, or Stable a
Colt; 110 W to accustoto a bores to
strange, sounds and sights, and how to
lilt, Saddle, Hide, and Ereak Lien to
Harness; also the form and JAW of
10 ARRAZITY. The whole being the re
sult of 15 year,' careful study of the
habits, peculiarities, wants and weak
[leased of this noble and useful animal.
For sale at Lewis' nook Storo.
ARBLE YARD. The undersigned
would respectfully call the attentlan Of the chliens
of I untiugdon and the adjoining counties to the stock of
beautiful marble now on hand. lie Is prepared to furnish
at the shortest notice, Monumental Marble, Tomb, Tables
and Stones of every desired size and form of Italian or
Faustern Marble, highly finished, and carved with appro.
print° devices. or plain, as may suit.
Building Marble, Door and Window Sills, Itc., will be
furnished to order. - •
W. W. pledgee bOneolt to furnish inatcrtej, and work
manship equal to auy in tho country, at a thir price. Cal
and 80,e, before you purchaeo elsewhere, 8110 p 1111 Hit
etroct, iluutingdon, pa. - - -
WM. WILLIAMS.
Iluntlugdon, Hay 10,1855,- --- -
THE CYTHA.RA—Tho
t. Pre sb yteria n Pealthedisb—The
ShaWn•••••olQ3Ubiki) -- rtUdtOtlVatid
IlertinVe enlarged and improved instruciers—Weiyaud'a
New and Improved Method hie the Gnitar—Leland's Aeon.
deon, ViollD arkti Pluto Instructors , —Winner's anti Min's
Violin Instruotora—Dellak's Melodeon Instructor—But ,
rowea' PrinVer—kto. Thorough-Dim Pvinfer—
Howe's Drawing Room Dancos—Tho Chorus Oleo Rook—
Tara's Harp, for ante at
LEWIS' ROOK, STATIONERY & music STORE.
- R EA A D co Y m
p it let E e VockeT i nel it y ' Reckotter, in dollars
ana cents, to which and adddd foriti of Notes, Bills, Re.
relate Potidohn, kn., together with a set' of useful tables,
containing rate of interest from one dollar to twelve thous
and, by the single day, with a table of wages, and board
by the week and day, published in MI For sato at
LEWIS' BOOK STORE. .
‘IALTI SALT!! SALT!!!
J Jost received from the Onondaga Salt Company,
Syracuse, N. Y., to be cold ou eommieslou, eithe• whrle•
sale or retail, 200 - DARItELS and 1000 SACKS of SALT.
0ct.31, 11300. lilSliElt 4 SON.
DARCIIMENT DEED PAPER—
I ruled, I,n• sale tit
zEyrzs' BOOK
1010ENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD,
TIME or - L.m.4.vma orTnem3-
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4 23 Newton Hamilton, 1 26
431 Ht. Union, ' 10 23 116
4 46... . Mill Creek, 1 01
'4 69 d ... 6 53 Huntingdon, 5 63 10 00 12 50
515 ..,,,. Petersburg, 9 47 12 36
CI 23 ...... .... Barren, 12 28
5 30 . 6 19'Spruee Creek 9 30 12 21
!I5 45 Birmingham,., 12 06
664 ...... 040 Tyrone, . , ' 91111 58
•6 04 Tipton ...... 9 09 11 48
6 09 Fostoria, ...... 11 38
6 73. ... . • 'Bare Mille . - >.._ ...' a . 902 11 84
630 7 5 . 5 710 Altoona, • 4."40 86011 20
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*a
UNTINGDON&BROADTOP
RAILROAD.— ^-• ' , 41 , " " ' SCHEDULE
nu and ..- - -
_4l_ RAI L
Ott aa4 aft
Rill antra a
—.v.—CHANGE Od SCREDI
fter Monday, Junel7th, 1861, PassedgerTrated
Id depart ae follows:
UP TRAINS,
Leant nantlngdun 'at 7.20 A. M. & 4.15 '
Bastop." 9.10 A. 11.
Active at llopowell " 9.45 A. M.
DOWN TRAINS, -
Leave Hopewell at 10.00 A. M.
Sexton " 10.35 A. IL L & 0.30 P. M.
Arrive at 11uutIngdoti 12.30 P. M. & 8.30 P. 31.
J. J. LAWRENCE,
- Supt.-
Juno 37,1661
UNITED STATES INFANTRY
TACTICS. - .. .
For the instruction, exercise, and manoeuvres • -.
pf the Coitted States Infantry, including Itt-
fantry of the Line, Light Infantry, and hide- •.:.
mon, prepared under the direction of the War ' 3
DepartMent, and authorized end adopted by .••
the Secretary of War, May leLlB6l, contain- ,Xlv
log the school of the soldier ; the school of the ' ; ~ ..-`l`
company ; instruction for skiendstiers, and the '1 - •
general calls; the calls for skirmishers, and the. .
school of the battalion; including the articles
of war--and a dictionary of military terms.
Complete in one volume. ..Price $1.25. . - For ' -
lila at Lewis' Book Store.. _...... . _
ALSO.
THE HANDY BOOK
mama
UNITED STATES SOLDIER
On coming Into service: containing a complete system or
Interaction tu the School or the SoldlerOrlth a preliminn:
ry expitinotion of the formation of a Battalion on Parade,.
the Philiiop Of the ofilaera - dc.; dc, being a Brat book or
introthiction to authorized Infantry Tactic:6,3llst pub-
Itched. Price 25 aeata For sale et - -
110011 qronia
AL-0,
liardee's Rifle and Light Wadi);
TACTICS,
C o lil * Pi4e In 2 iota. Price $1.20. For sale nt
- . . _ LEWIN BOOK BTOItS.
rYit'• The Books tent by mall to any alarms on the re.
ceipt of,thio price. _ . ,
Huntingdon Stay 28,1801. '
• '
To All 'Persons in Possession of any
Armsßelonging to the Government.
"Aiaaraar GaNznairit Omar.,l
Maanusana, May 29,1681.
To It. C. Meaty.:
Sit:—The Act of Auembly, approved
the 15th day of 1114, A. D. 1561, entitled, Au Act to era..
ate a load sod to .protide fur orating the State," requires
the oolleetkin of 311(10117 arms belonging to the State, for
the purpose 'of remodoling cud distribution.
You aro hereby inetructed to furnish, at once, to this
Department, thu name of all tile Captains of Companies
who Loeb Guth arms in -their po-eosmon, stating the num
ber and debeription tAereol: You will also employ cane
suitable person or persons to collect alt those in the Banda
of disbanded COusponiee owl individuals throughout your
Brigele, and to box up and octet the same to me at tills
place. B. 51. BIDDIM. .
Adjutant OoLorel.
Bantam issreeron'e OrFlea,
ALIMANDEU, Juno 5, 1861.
Any individuals knowing, persons to hero the aforeaaid
arms, are required to report to me, or be held 10anawei•
the 80.1110 as UlO6O prone eceteting them.
It. C. SfcGILL, ,
By order of Adjutant Gomm].
THE HUNTINGDON FOUNDRY IN.
BLAST AGAIN !—The subscribers take this method
formiug their Blends and the public generally, that
L r...- -, they have rebuilt the Iluntlngclon Form
'-, 1 . dry,-and are now la successful operation,
% hill s .' and are proparod to furnish Coatings 0,
q : l)rtf , ' ""
_hirer) , description, of beet quality and
S."AP, - workmanship, on short notice, and on
teasonublo tonna., Actual:a are
Ititiltad to call and emu,.
Me our Ploughs. We are manufacturing," tits Minter
Plough. This plough took the firstProatium at the lime.
elebrated Cutter Ph -- Alio '
celebrated _ _Jughs, which mui't bo beat— ogedier
with the Keystone '
Hillside and Ildr•ehear ploughs. o'e 3
hove on hand and are manufacturing Stoves—aUch :RI
Cook, Parlor, and Office stovea for wood or coal. Millar
ware. consisting of Kettles, hollers, Skillets, &c., all of
which we will sell cheap for cash °On exchange for coml.
try produce. Old metal taken fur coatings. By a strict
attention to business, and n deshe to please, no hope to ru.
calve a liberal share of public patrolled°. -
3. M. CIINNINaIum &IMO,
Huntlngdon, April 30,1656. - • ."
F OR . EVERYBODY.
TRY. TICE NETS' STOZE,
On Hill Street opposite Curnion's Stare.
111 E ZEsr
„
. SUGAR and MOLASSES;• - -
COFFEE, TEA and ATM. -
- NISI!, SALT and VINEGAR * :
CONFECTIONERIES, CIGARS and TOBACCO,
SPICES OF TUE BEST, AND ALL
and ovary other article usually found In a Grocery Sloie
ALSO— . Drugs, Chemicals, Dye Stuff 4,
. Paints, Vainialfes,".olla and Spfa.Tfirpentlo?„,l
Fluid, Alcohol, Glass and Putty, .
BEST WINK caul MUNDY for medical Pur
ALL VIZ BESTPAITNT MEDICINES, -
all , l e. large number of articles too Minimum Co-mentflik.
Tha public generally will please cull and oicuihr fur
themselves and learn my pikes.
nuntlngdon, May 2Z, 1853,
UNION
ENVELOPES =AND PAPER
TOE SALE "AT
LEWIS' BOOK STORE.,
DAM BLUR. E. 3111.10X-ePTAR.
LAW PARTNERSHIP,
BLAIR & SEBER,
A T TO UNEY S. A T=LA.W-.
110NITRODON, PA.:
Ohio/ on main Street, one door west of Wileoria
ken's. All professional baldness promptly attended to.
Itnntingdon, 3%1'6.27, 1861:4m. - -
JACKSON HOTEL,
lIUTINGDON, PA. ,rj
ORAFFUS mgzr,rt riopridor
ri , •
is.TT-CiHNE Y AT L A W';'
lIIINT7NODON, PA
Jen. 2, isti.:tr.
EXCHANGE HOTEL,
limanquox;ilc;
wnn PEN xsTLvA.Nts itAtr.itaan'irpoy.:
JOIN ~ M1L1;E13.,-- P roptietor,
Ifuntingby, Aprtt.10,1661.„
CALL at the xietv - CLOTHING STORE
of GUTMAN A CO., if _You NOmt , 6.-10 04 littk343°l
Clutblog- Store rt.= bi Long's new building, la the Diu
mousyu n tin gd 8ept..9,1867t
WINDOW SHADES,
T 4 b'SEL S,
ROP
...... ..._ .
..
QALS - - -
Will be - received by tla-sitbeerliXt ,
fir reining - 41'm
Hearing into cars Um coal from thn-Pcteralton andllar
not Callariesjor one year, ending
much
flret, 1862
=Tim' oW fo be delivered at no mural per ton, 24%40 lbs.,
Co aforesaid, in the beat marketable condltinar free scout
state, and other impurities, in seeVonantittesi and "of each
description as may be dedignated by "the ordeht of the
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subscriber. ,
The contractor will be prorided,with ouch mining OM.
and Implements, nutlee,.bousosi 64,, as may be Ott the
premises, it valuation of wilt* Will be mode at' the time
goeseseion is given, the amount of whietivaluctfon id ya
cemented for at the expiration of the contract.- r
good store will be provided. A. moderate rent will be
"
charged far houses. • - ":31
The mines to be worked eubjeet loran-hi:pining engineer
as the lesseo may provide Fdrftirthor InforMatiorropply
to provide,
It4ltP rOWELL,I
Not 10a Walnutstrest,
Philadcipble,No.
Fob. 20, 1561.-1.
fPHE largest stook of De Lhines iri to*a
by • EISRBIt
0 -ALL at D., P. 'GIVI/V,S if Waist
Fashionable Goods. • ' •
- 1 - 1 P. .61VIN'S is. the place .10 buy
J., • good and cheap Carpet. " 1
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