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'Tuesday afternoon, June 10, 1862.
LOCAL & PERSONAL.
Tut: GREAT Snow COMIN O.— Van
Amburg4's famous Menagerie will visit
Huntingdon on Wednesday the 18th
inst., and give two exhibitions as an
nounced in our advertising columns.—
This exhibition is purely - a menagerie,
having no circus attached, and is high
ly commended by the papers published
in places which it has lately visited.—
It is the largest and most varied collec
tion of specimens of the animal king
dom now in existence; in fact, it is
about the only one now traveling which
deserves the name of a menagerie, hav
ing a collection of trained animals
whose performance is said to be very
entertaining. They come with good
reputation. We recollect years ago
that Van Amburgh was a " great in
stitution "in the way of an " animal
show," and have no doubt that he has
been improving and enlarging his ex
hibition ever since ; at least, wherever
they have visited they have elicited
commendation as forming a moral and
instructive entertainment, which every
one might attend, sure of being inter
ested and'more than satisfied.
OUR Boys.—There was but one com
pany, that of Capt. Wintrode's in the
,fight near Richmond. We have heard
that four or five of the company Were
wounded---the name of H. S. Boyer is
, the only one published in the lists as
we find them in the Philadelphia
Castalian Garden.—E. C. Summers
will open his garden for the reception
of visitors this (Wednesday) evening.
It is a beautiful place, and will not
fail to attract a large crowd. It is just
such a place as one likes to visit to
" while away a pleasant hour." All
kinds of refreshments will be prepared
for the guests. As to the Garden, we
have nothing to say; it speaks for
Zer A party of young men of this
place, have formed themselves into a
;band called the "Free and Easy Club.''
'They discourse delightful music, and
-we hope, after a short season, they
will not allow it to fall through, or go
'by the board, as everything else of the
:kind has done, before it.
A Daow.no ]LAN FOUND.—On Fri
.day last a drowned man was taken
from the Juniata nearly opposite this
place. From appearances he must
have been in the water some months.
Ho - was an old man. But little cloth
ing remained upon the body—what
was remaining indicated that the un
fortunate man was a poor laborer.—
The body was seen to pass over the
<lain two days previous.
HOME AGAIN.---We notice our good
looking bachelor friend, A. B. Cun
ningham, has returned from the city to
spend the Summer season with his
friends in "ye ancient borough." He
.can be found at his store, where he is
selling goods—good goods—as cheap,
if not a little cheaper, than they can be
bought-for at any other cstablit"hment
ANOTHER BOUQUET.—On Thursday
last we were presented with the bou
quet of the season, by a lady friend
who forbid us giving her name. Of
course wo are not particular so we get
the bouquets. We hope she ugly get
just such a husband as she deserves, a
true patriot put up as neat as the bou
STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL—The ladies
of Alexandria and vicinity, intend giv
ag a Strawberry Festival on Tuesday
,evening, the .17th inst., at 6 o'clock, for
,the benefit of the Presbyterian Church
4ffie - The Soldiers' Aid Society will pack
Los on Friday, June 13th ; contribu
tions may bo sent to Mrs, Mary Graf
ens, during the morning of that day.
-The following order by General
Lane, was handed to us several days
ago but was mislaid:
GENERAL ORDER I
lIENDQVAIXTERS, 4TH BRIGADE,
14TH DIVISION, P. V.,
Huntingdon, May 29, 1862.
Ou the authority of the Governor
,of Pennsylvania, I am permitted to
Bay that at preSent there is no need for
morp, troops; and my General Order
IsTo. 1; ig )lereby countermanded.
- 4rig adier General.
Democrato County Committee
At anieeth3gof .li,epenlocrtitie Coun
ty Conatnittce, held at the Jackson
douse, in the borough of Huntingdon,
i on Wednesday ; Op 4tl} inst., David
Paldwell was elected Delegate to rep
resent this county in the Democratic
State Convention to assemble at Har
risburg, on 'ridgy, the 4th day of July
Ou motion, y;l4
Resolved, What the election of a del
egate to represent this Senatorial ais
"trict in e'Stat© Convention, is here
by coneeriet) t.O Somerset county.
.Resolved, rrb.at, a County Convention
shall beheld in this hpivigli on Wednes
day, the T3th day of August next, for
the purpose Of nominathig a Demo
'‘,.ratie County ticket.
JOHN R HUNTER,
DATIL P. GITIN, &Crete/7'y.
Resolutions adopted by the members of
the Huntingdon Bar, upon the death of
Col. S. S. Wharton.
A meeting of the members of the
Bar was held at the Office of Blair &
Speer, on Tuesday, the 3d inst., to pass
resolutions of respect to the memory
of Col. S. S. Wharton, dee'd. On mo
tion of Bohn Scott, John Williamson
was called to the Chair and R. Bruce
Petrikin appointed Secretary.
On motion, the Chair appointed Gen.
A. P. Wilson, J. Sewell Stewart and
John W. Mattern, a committee to pre
pare resolutions expressive of the sense
of the Bar.
The following were reported and
Wur,nEas, In the wise Providence
of God, our fellow member of the Bar,
Col. S. S. Wharton, has been suddenly
removed from our midst, while in the
vigor of life and the bloom of manhood;
Resolved, That in his death the Bar
has lost an ever courteous member,
the community a useful citizen, and
the poor a generous friend.
Resolved, That we hereby tender to
his afflicted relatives, our sincere sym
pathy in their sad bereavement, and
mourn with them the loss of one
whose warmth of heart in life, will
preserve his memory green in death.
ResolveXhat we will wear the usu
al badge Or mourning for thirty days,
and attend his funeral in a body.
Resolved, That a copy of these pro
ceedings be furnished to the relatives
of the deceased.
R. BRUCE PETRIIUM, Secretary.
WARItEN COUNTY, ILLINOIS, }
May 28, 1862.
Deatt GLOBE :—After a long silence
for which I can hardly account, I take
up my pen to give you a few items
from prairie land.
One reason I did not write oftener
was, your paper I thought ought to
be taken up as much as possible, with
soldier's letters, which I know are
more interesting at present than local
news. Well, to begin with, the farm
ers are very busy now planting their
corn, all or nearly all however will fin
ish this week. Wheat looks extremely
well considering that the most of it
was sown later than usual, as the
spring was so wet for a long time. I
think there was about an average crop
sowed of wheat, but hardly as much
corn or oats as usual. Several acres
will lie untilled for want of hands to till
them, which never used to be the case.
I am planting about 20 acres in corn,
I think I will get done this week. I
do not farm any wheat as I had rented
my own farm to my brother, who left
Seeessia about a year ago, when Price
tried to take Missouri out of the - Union
with him, but signally failed, and now
reports have him killed noar Corinth.
I hope it may be true. Price is from
the same county that my brother liv
ed in, he knew him slightly and all
esteemed him a gentleman before the
troubles came on. Wheat is 00 to
cents per bushel, and corn 15 cents per
bushel, which is better for corn than it
has been for more than a year. There
is a great deal of corn in the country,
but not much wheat.
I will give you a short list of the sol
diers who are or were in the army front
this vicinity ; perhaps the names may
be familiar to some of your Hender
son township readers at least. In the
30th 111. Regt., are John P. McCartney
and George Morrison, who were both
born in old Huntingdon county, andin
the 50th, young Boggs whose death
you have already_published ; poor fel
low, I feel as though I had lost a broth
el., and a young man named Kelly
who died of disease at Fort Donelson;
in the 30th, also from Brady township.
The two former were well at last ac
counts and were at or near Corinth. I
believe that is all from this neighbor
hood that I am aware of from, Hun
We btill receive your paper, and
would not be without it for double its
price, and this is not mere blarney
either, it seems nearly like a letter
from home, wlien it conies. No more,
but remains your irregular Illinois cor
respondent. F. T. PORTER.
BELTSVILLE, PRINCE GEORGE'S
CO., Md., May 29, 1862.
MR. EDITOR :—Thinking the readers
of your very interesting paper would
like to know what the Secesh in Mary
land say about the termination, &c.,
of the war, I take the liberty of inform
ing them, through your ever-ready
willingness to please Wein. They (the
Secesh) are foolish enough to believe,
or at least, to say, that the War will
terminate in a recognition of the South
ern Confederacy. They say that the
Confederates, as they have no navy,
will leave the water-courses and take
to the mountains and other inland Oa-,
ces, and carry on a guerilla warfare
until the Yankees will be forced to re
tire, on account of their not having
means to protract the war. They say
that , Beauregard will whip General
Ilalleck at Corinth, and that will add
another year to the war; in fact they
say that the war is just fairly begun.—
They will not believe a word that the
Union papers publish. They claim
Pittsburg Landing ,a'° victory," York
town a stragetic movement, Wil
liamsburg . a victory, and, in short, a
place from which the rebels run the
fastest, the greater victory they call it.
,They have always called Mr. Lincoln
an Abolitionist. It must be admitted
that every slaveholder within 30 miles
of Washington has lost more or less
slaves; some, indeed, have lost all their
slaves. It was really amusing to see
many of my friends get up at:d find all
their " niggors" gone, and have to
milk, feed, and - do other necessary
farntwork themselves. The young la
dies, never having milked before, would
go upon the wrong side, when they .
would he informed of their ignorance
by quite a severe blow from the cow's
hind-foot.- The young ladies, then,
" with true southern chivalry," ou a
vent thew anger by giving the muck
cent cow a sound beating.' It was the
same way wile the young gentlemen
in feeding and taking care of the hor
Mr. Lincoln has issued au order to
return all fugitives coming into the
District. Slaveholders can now go and
•get their slaves ; but the secesh arc not
satisfied with that. The Hunter proc
lamation has been countermanded, and
yet they complain. They want a rec
ognition of the Southern Confederacy
something which they will never
get. Mr. Lincoln has clearly Proven
that he means to fairly quell rebellion
and carry out the constitution. The
Unionists are raising a regiment to be
called the "Maryland Avengers," to
avenge the First Maryland Regiment,
that was so inhumanly an nihilated at
Front Royal. May the Lord help a
secessionist that falls into their hands.
MANOR WILL, May 25, 1802.
MESSRS. EDITORS you be kind
enough to publish (for our society, and
for the satisfaction of contributors) a
list of contributions, by the patriotic
citizens of Stone Valley, many of them
have friends engaged in this unnatu
ral combat, and feel an interest in do
ing something for their comfort.
Notwithstanding the unkind re
marks and harsh reproofs, given some
of our noble committee, by some of
the unprincipled South-Downs among
us, they have been enabled to collect
and forward to our unfortunate broth
ers many comforts from kind friends
at home. You will pardon us•for not
sending these lists sooner when we tell
you that the past few weeks have been
weeks of incessant toil for the farmers,
yet the corn and oats look rather dis
couraging, but the wheat promises a
glorious harvest for the toilino•
lions of the North, while the Southern
fire-eaters are reaping the reward of
their toils in the destruction of their
crops, by the ruthless hand of War.
You will please publish with the en
closed list, the receipt and letter of the
Quarter Master General of Perina,
The Pennsylvania Rail Road Co.,
through the kindness of their worthy
Superintendent, Mr. E. Lewis, has our
heartfelt thanks for their generous pa
triotism in sending, free of charge, 3
Lugo boxes and 1 barrel of Hospital
stores, from our society. Such acts of
benevolence are surely worthy the re
spects of our patriotic citizens. Long
may they wave I SCRIBE.
LIST OF ARTICLES CoNTRIBUTEU TO THE SOL
DIERS' AID SOCIETY AT MANOR 1111.0.
Mrs. John Smith, (Manor,) apple but
ter, dried fruit and jelly.
" James licnuen, apple butter and
" Thomas Rennet', two chickens.
" Martin Walker, dried raspberries
and dried fruit.
" David Weight, four chickens and
" David Shock, apple butter, dried
fruit, soap, bandages, cucumbers,
1 sheet and four chickens.
" William Shock, quince butter,
soap and papers.
" John Cunningham, bandages and
" John Gregory, dried fruit and 2
" M. Stryker, apple butter, dried
fruit and butter.
" Samuel Gregory, one sheet, dried
fruit, apple butter and papers.
" Alexander Myton, dried fruit, to
matoes, two chickens and soap.
" David Barriek, butter, apple but
ter, dried fruit and bandages.
" Robert Johnston, towels, sheet,
jolly and four chickens.
" Jacob Smith, apple butter and
" Paul Walker, two chickens.
Miss 241 argery Watt, two chickens and
Mrs. P. Gettys, three chickens.
Mr. Samuel Stryker, cash, SLOP.
Mrs. Samuel Stryker, butter, banda
ges, dried fruit and papers.
Mr. Samuel Fleming, three chickens.
Mrs. Reding Hutchinson, apple butter,
sheet, towel and chickens.
" Matthew Stephens, apple butter
and 3 chickens.
Ten gallon cans contributed by the
Society, and filled with concentrated
Mr. John Laird, 50 cents.
Miss Tillie Wilson, currant jelly.
Mrs. Daniel Reed, jelly, tomatoe butter,
dried berries and bandages.
Mr. Jacob Hallman, 25 cents.
Mrs. A. I. White, apple butter and
Mr. James Foster, 25 cents.
Miss M. E. Trago, 25 do.
Mr. R. K. Trago, 25 do.
Mrs. Matthew McDivitt, dried apples.
" John Hight, apple butter.
Mr. J. L. Curly, 70 cents.
Miss Annie Wilson, 2 feather pillows.
Mrs. Robert Wilson, 25 cents.
" Henry Wilson, jelly, honey and
Billie McDwaine, (a small boy,) cts.
Mrs. George Kimberlain, apple butter.
Mr. Alexander Allison, 25 cents.
" Robert Wilson, 25 do.
" James Moore, 25 do.
" John Smith, 25 do.
" Barton Green, three yards muslin.
Mrs. Thomas Knode, 25 cents.
Mr. Henry Cornprobst, 85 do,
Miss Martha Cornprobst, jelly.
" Lizzie Cornprobst, preserves.
Mr. Henry Wilson, wine.
Mrs. D. Crownover, two feather pil
lows, dried fruit, maple sugar and
" JarneS Green, canned fruit and
- maple molasses.
" Jane Green, linen for lint.
Miss Martha Livingston, 25 cents,
Mrs. W. Walker, jelly.
Maggie Reed, maple molasses, (Miss
Annio Wilson, Committee.)
Mrs. Mary J. Livingston, two pillows.
Miss Winifred Doff-. 1 pine top pillow.
" Mary J. Duff, apple butter and
" Annie Duff, one pine pillow and
Mrs. J. Rudy, ono pine pillow, dried
fruit and beef tongue. •
Miss Susanah Grisinger, chicken.
Mrs. B, Livingston, three pillows.
" Gilbert Horning, one feather pil
Mr. John Horning, two towels, muslin
and canton flannel.
Miss Salta Chary, muslin bandages
and one pillow.
Mrs. Shadrach Chary, lint, bandages
and dried berries.
C. Ash, chickens, linen and toma
Captain Tom Ash, phipkens and dried
Mrs. James Stewart, pads, lint and
Miss 11. Stewart, two pillows an,d two
pair crutch pads.
Mrs. G. Chary, pillows and bandages.
" John Stewart, piflowS, chickens
'" John Scott, pillows,, sheet and
" George Decker, dried whortle
" Grossman, three feather pillows.
Mr. George Little, 25 cents.
Miss Sallie Lee, dried fruit and corn.
" Libbie Smith, dried fruit and corn.
Mrs. V. McFadden, 3 feather pillows,
sheet and bandages. -
" John Smith, pads and bandages
Miss Maggie Smith, pillows and banda
" Mary Watt, pillows.
" Sallie Stewart, bandages.
" Ellen Myton, pickles; •
Mr. Samuel Mitchell, dry beef and
Mrs. Ross, dried fruit.
" Sarah Bumbarger, shoot, herbs,
pair socks and pillows.
" Alexander Scott, two pillows.
" J. Davison, tomatoes and cans.
Mr. John Davison, box.
Mr. Andrew Crownover, box,
Mr. John 0. Davis, 50 cents.
Mrs. John C. Davis, apple . butter, dried
fruit, four towels, two pillows and
Mr. J. E. Davis, 25 cents,
Mrs. Robert Barr, 25 cents and lint.
" John A. Wilson, 25 cts. and lint.
Miss Eliza J. Semple, 50 ets. aud lint.
Mr. James Barr, 50 cents.
Rev. J. M. Adair, 50 cents.
Mrs. J. M. Adair, linen lint, quince
jelly and one pair socks.
" Samuel Ricketts, 25 cents, 1 pair
socks and jam.
" Sanfl Stewart, lint and bandages.
" Geo. Porter, lint and bandages.
" Elenerei Magill, 25 cents, dried
loam : toes, hops, jam and•lint.
" James Oaks, 25 cents.
" Samuel Cummins, 50 cents.
Mr. Samuel Cummins, 50 cents.
Mr. Sterritt Cummins, 50 cents.
Mr. John Cummins, 25 cents, lint and
Mr. Joseph Duff, 25 cents.
Miss Sarah Huston, 25 cents.
Mrs. James Magill, 50 cents.
Miss Ruth Cummins, 50 cents and cur
Mr. William Dickey, 25 cents.
Mr. William 'lnglis, 25 cents.
" Alexander Canady, 25 cents.
" George McCool, 25 cents.
" James Gilliland, 25 cents.
" Joseph Gilliland, 25 cents.
Mrs. Joseph Gilliland, 23 cents, apple
butter, lint, two pillows ond ban
Miss Martha Minter, dried tomatoes
" May M. Hughes, dried whortle
" Elizabeth E. Davis, 1 pair socks
Mrs. Joshua Williamson, two pillows
and two chickens.
" Josiah Cunningham, apple butter,
3 linen towels, dried fruit, two
pillows and slips, and bandages.
Mr. Andrew Smith, 1 dollar.
Mr. James Hughes, 25 cents.
Mrs. Andrew Smith. 2 chickens, two
sheets, 2 linen towels, apple but
ter, bandages, lint and dried fruit.
Mr. Henry Whitscl, 25 cents.
" James Whitsel, 25 cents.
Mrs. David Whitsel, 3 chickens and
Miss Mary - Whitsel, dried berries.
Mrs. Hugh Kyle, dried tomatoes, dried
berries, lint and bandages.
George McCool, bandages.
Mr. John McCool, dried fruit, 1 sheet,
butter and hops.
HE-tDQIL PENNA.. MILITIA,
Quartermaster General's Office,
Harrie•burg, April 7, - 1862.
Mrs. JANE M. LOVE, President Soldiers'
Aid Society, Manor Hill.
DEAR MADAM :—Your letter of the
sth inst., has been received, inclosing
a list of articles co9fained in two box
es and one key, hospital stores for the
sick and wounded at Winchester.—
They will be duly forwarded, without
expense to your Society.
such goods will be needed as long
as this wicked rebellion lasts, where
they will be needed depends on where
battles will be fought. If you forward
any more, send them here, and we will
sec that they are sent where most
needed, without expense to you. The
receipt of those now sent will be ac
knowledged through the papers. Be
pleased to accept for yonrsell; and
convey to the ladies of your'Society,
my heartfelt thanks in behalf' of our
sick and wounded soldiers.
R. C. BALE,
Our Army Correspondence.
CAMP NEAR COAL HARBOR,
May 30, 1862. f
JUR. 'EDITOR :—The day after my
last to the Globe, we received march
ing orders. We took up the line of
march in the morning at six o'clock,
and marched some ten miles to a place
called "the stnmit,'" on the Richmond
and York River Railroad. That day's
marching was a little hard on the boys,
as it was the first real warm day's
marching we had—and I do assure
you old Sol did pour forth his rays
quite freely that day, and quite hot
ones at that. One man died in the
52d Regiment, - .l\.T. Y. V, by thewayside,
caused, it was supposed by the hot sun
and fast marching; while 1.1.-a water
along the road was extremely .bad,
which perhaps caused the sickness at
first. We encamped at the above nam
ed place one day and night. We then '
took up the march again towards the
Chickahominy. This day we marched
about six miles, and arrived on the
banks of the Chickabominy in good
time to put up our shelter tents, which
we always carry with us. Our Regi
ment,, the 53d, was detailed for picket
duty. 'We aro some half a mile from
the main body of the Division, while
the picket lino is still about one half a
mile farther in advance. No attack
has yet been made on our,lines. Two
companies are detailed for duty at a
time. There are sonic fine farms along
the line of our last two day's marching.
The farms and buildings are far supe
rior to those on the lower part of the
Peninsula. As usual, you almost in
variably find a flag of truce hanging
in front of the houses. You can, how
ever, seldom get to sec any of the in
mates of the house, unless you go into
it. I suppose they think the air is.pois
oned by the presence of the Yankees,
on the sacred soil. The fair part of
the population, especially, appear very
4pcomfOrtable, on account of the pres
ence of the " Yankee hirelings," as
they choose to call us, but the boys
geiMrally tell themthey consider source
Or gk-e thorn some other appropTiate
To are eneatiwoit on a tolerably good
farm, owned by a violent Secessionist,
though he now claims to be fbr the
but he is that, simply because
he is afraid openly to express his sym
pathy for the rebel cause. He was
very much vexed when we came hero.
He had some fine sweet potatoes, on
which some of the boys made a supper.
But much to the chagrin of the boys,
the Commanding General placed a
guard on his potatoes, so the boys were
obliged to leave.. He often wonders
how long the troops will stay yet.
Being told a few days since, that we
would leave next morning, he very
saucily remarked that he was tired of
company, now, and he did not care how
soon the troops would leave, but he has
not been relieved of the nuisance
around him, as he called us when we
first came here. This is the way these
Southern scoundrels use the Union
troops. Yet no sooner have our troops
arrived at a place, than a strong guard
is placed around the houses of these
outlaws, and are guarded as though
they wore the best of Union men, or a
lump of gold. Now good Union men
should be protected both in person and
property to the utmost, but I do not
think such rascals as these should be
protected., Should they find a Union
soldier by the wayside, away from his
companions, they would just as soon
cut his throat as not. Should such men
be protected by those whom they are
trying to destroy? We answer, never
Let' them seek protection of those
whom they are trying with all their
power to sustain. There are many pris
oners taken'from the rebel ranks who
are far more loyal than most of those
who profess to be Union men.
Gen. Porter's Division had a spirited
fight on Tuesday, in which ho totally
routed the enemy and took a good
many prisoners. We saw many of
them; a flock of four hundred were ta
ken past the camp yesterday. They
were the most degraded part of hu
manity we have seen for some time.
No two were dressed alike, some were
tall, muscular men, while others were
small feeble looking ; some had caps,
and some hats, while a number of them
had neither. They all appeared to be
in good humor, however some few
would not speak to our men. They say
they would sooner be a prisoner in the
hands of the Federals, than to be in
Confederate service. They say many
will come over to our side, when the
opportunity presents itself. They were
mostly North Carolina men. They re
port the rations to have been scarce for
some time in the rebel army.
Some little excitement was notice
able in camp for a day or two, on ac
count of the news of the reverse of
Gen. Banks. No fear of the Capitol
being in danger is entertained hero.
The retreat of Gen. Banks, is gener
ally considered by military men here to
have been quite a masterly one, and to
have reflected great credit on the Gen
Preparations for the coming battle
are going hourly on. You may look
for good news from this quarter soon.
We had a great thundor storm here
to-day, cooling the atmosphere and
making it much more pleasant. More
anon. Yours &e., PILUM.
CAMP NEAR. PEEDLRICKSBURU,
June 1, 18G2. JT
MESSRS. I . :DITORS:- . 1 have just been
perusing the columns of your paper,
a paper that is eagerly grasped after
in this camp by the Huntingdon coun
ty boys. We often times find things
recorded in it which are of a very inter
esting nature, for the very reason it
comes from home. I will therefore try
to let some of our Huntingdon county
friends know where we are, and what
we are doing. We are camped on a bill
opposite the town of Fredericksburg,
our guns command the place; we have
been camped about a mile the other
side of it for the - past week. Yester
day our General thought it proper .to
fall back for reasons we know not, so
we are near our old camping ground.
The citizens of this town are very
disagreeable, they cannot give us a
civil answer; the ladies say they would
rather meet the devil than a Union sol
dier. It is very laughable to see them
put their heads out of their windows
and make wry faces at our soldiers as
they pass. They cannot possibly put
a smile on their time, for whenever they
try. secesh is so strong that it renders
it impossible. In many places of the
town sutlers have shops for the sale of
such things as the soldiers need, and
their sign is a small American flag.
The ladies are so much prejudiced to
that flag that they will cross the street
through six inches of mud, rather than
pass under it. Would to God this war
was over,—l hate to see pretty faces
I have no news to send you concern
ing oar movements, for you certainly
know more aboutthem than we do. We
expect to move on towards Richmond
in a few days.
Our regiment is in good spirits and
enjoying good health, only one of Co.
I reported on the sick list, some of us
may be before long reported on that
list, but wo are sure we are right; 'so
we will go ahead. No more at pres
ent from your humble friend,
Co. I, sth Regt., P. R. C.
TN pursuance of the 25th Section, First
At tide of the amended Constitution of tha State.%ll
Pennsylvania, anti the Pleat Section of the Act of the Con
mal Assembly, passed the first day of Juno, 1639, the un-
dersigned citizens of the Commonwealth of Perms3lrania
hereby give notice that they Intend to make application
to the Legisiatnro of said State, at Its next session, corn.
toenclng rho Brat Tuesday of January, 1863, for the char
ter of n Bank, to be located Dr the borough of Huntingdon,
in the county of Huntingdon, and State aforesaid, to he
called the" BROAD TOP BANE' l" the capital stock there
of to be Ono hundred Thousand Dollars, and the specific
object for which the proposed corporation is to be char
tered is to transact the usual and legitimate business of a
Bank of Issue, discount, deposit and exchange.
DAVID PLATE, J. GEORGE MILES,
JOHN' J. L AWItENCE, IVILLIA3I LEWIS,
It. It. WIGTON, AI,EXANDER PORT,
ROUT. HARE POWELL, JOAN It. HUNTER,
TAMES MAO COBB, GEORGE ERZ
DAVID DUNN, A. R. STEWART,
June 3,1662.--6 m,
A UDITOR'S NOTICE.—
[atate of John Beatty, deceased.]
Tho a Tet,igned Autirtor oppoiuted by tho Court of
Cononon NOUN, of Huntingdon county, to distribute the
funds in the hands of sl. It. Campbell, Esq., Administra
tor of Soho Beatty, deceased, tato of Shirley ton nobly, to
and amongst those legally entitled thereto, hereby gives
notice that he sill attend for that per pose, nt the Bows
ter's Once, In the borough of Huntingdon. 011 TUESDAY,
the 10th slay of JUNE - un.t, when and wire. all persons
interested in said ruud, ar. requtted to in, sent their claims
to the undersigned Auditoi, or be debar red from coming
in On said fund. A. 1,. 0111 M,
May w , 1862-It.o, , ' Auador.
FX ECIUTOIt'S NOTICIE.-
~ettets l'eqaturntaiy upon the !jot unit nod testa
twill of Joint A. Woyor, hal) 01 West township. limiting
don county, tlocett,cd. have' been gran tell to 1110 rubscri
berm: All por , cort indebted aro I courhnitt to make. Imme
diate payment, and those having chtfuni. will pi uncut thorn
Novelly nothentirato.l to his.
!Ily 13,1862-5 f t
VAN AMBURCH J cogs
rtiammotla , Menagerie
1111EIT MOlti EXHIBITION
ZEZyci.,tt M , _.T. - ortzst 9 114 . a}zwo,crt
Colossal Golden Chariot.
Van Audi urgh It Co. take both
• ( i Allik
pride and pleasure in calling
' the attention of a diserbein
acing public to the fact that
they (with a determination to
cast aside every - opposition of
-whatsoever kind or nature,)
have expended Un this ESiah•
ii,litClelit tire enormous sum of
es -IL 4CS at , C:i Cs (Cs , 2
4„ io_ make it surpass anything
,C, p• Q... ho' World ever before have
1/k. seen. It now rises pre-emin.•
eat over every competitor.
l ) q: ~;• „,, Alithe ail vantages thatiwealth
talent and experience could
t I . ' '. s• consinand, have been brought
~ t 4. , - • into requisition in starting
• - , Is , this gigantic enterprire. Ito
' eently, while' Mr: Van Ant
,. lis, ii,.: - : burgh was in foreign coun
tries, collecting Animals for
this Illonagerie, reports of his
-0 4 .. - death were circulated, but
sf„.,', ' - ii.• VAN .41LEURGII. STILL LIVES
iv. ~., and will accompany•tbe Ma
- es s i•. ; . i lingerie, nail bear living Insti
1, t . ., ',, - -1.2 many that lie is sior dead. This
.Ai , ,
Coin:dote :41eirteer le,
1.-`,g,.:. -3 , - 'Le ~,t; ono 1.1. t ntel lea
In on eatire nett/ outtt,
- With new llorteu, • ,
Now Sill er-mounted liernen, ,
New Colonel Coldon t harlot,
j E .+4•r,i7,,•• t
torgeolsly Painted e
4( , t •
‘ New K,orlixs WlNU3p unit iigx centecqiele Cenraa, ;
Tim-c as X.Dreo as
arty ordinary Circus!
This unparallelled and most
triumphant t tiOces. which has
attended this tune honored
in,tit talon, i , l without prece
-0 dent. The Menage/ le ell the
:,.. it • - •tZ. :G.. a . , cot, aboutlU.s u., will Loral
(5,,i , 7 1 1 Z. Taevir.c., Faller-a:ma I.
.„, A 4 l'''' t . Lt Oriental Splendor, nearly
‘,....-, ' __,.., i".-• - ' one lillie 111 length/
r."Z" FREE TO ALL. - - ,s.s,
'11:e immense Pavilion will
accommodate many thous
and.; so all who may desire
R",:Ji•A rt LIVIUG WILD A?iI.:IIALS
-;'.%,,,Y.ats from every clime ; also,
-- ,t .. 0 The Great Van Amt. nr2h
the Crh;•inol &ion and Tizror Tama::
re,tfolzmg LTdractlz. - ...
Po, Li , n4 L'ln/: T'g. r, Spottni ‘ t -
rqtr.. akfrioan Panther, three Fen- ,
g-. 1,0, ar. s pair Asialto Lespaicts. / -
Tho, follow Irowt.,tamon from PL " '',,,
t , 11) If% f 11..... Vi - ii:lrtiq 111 NOW
lork, mares :la, if.. , ... c,i. mail may ,ty , +- 4. ;4:.
Le t ell,itlered
A Cor.asc:Livr or AS:I2IAM -.- W
Mae Ehrhal t Hann Gal, Pe farm- '-''''' ..A5 . s=2—.
'at, F. ph.,,,t Tappo: S. ab, TJ,f,
iloninitalt 1.'47 , 0 .04, Pam- I to. I Z .
00 7,0,,,,,,e, A orulieand rifi icon,
S .fah A ~ erevla .740rr, Afrionat n
Pan ilii r,a‘ pod": Tizi I Fla , k Tagix
..._, ' ,, X,..
(only ore a a do e era) Lioness. .'.'-'-- - "',..._2_
111 te nauag. r:,,, 7 ,,t I eaapordv:thri,e 4.-':'`-,-,,,-,,... -- _ LL ,_
it-al, atid !( 1, 110 Le.Pa li r
Il' pani, A , r months old, :at, 70 1
14rii a. (only rne 04 iniar iii) :I'. .y • tVlik,
A ~ ,T *Cral ill ali•r WI I fur a. Nl.of . • .. ry . .. .... 7
i."l By Arr r • a. 5 1,, , ,L three ay.ors r A,,1f ,. 4.6
‘l,l 1 , a, c"1ii.,,,,, , a ha, ~,,q 1;.,, • 4.' "./ ,p • ~,
sa.' a; 1)0 rs II ae. ir,.:r. 1'.40.1e1a oti
(7. y W v f. 5.. e, 11 . (pots atrcl t, ''''' .w. ' r;
11',. Van - An.l. ..,la by r'... E .rI 4 _ - . - -
Deal 71 Erganani ) A. a IMA Goat, ~,,,,,,_.
r,,,,E0. ed Vol ayGo to (trod !I 1 , 4, , ps , =T s
ha Arnett:, )1; eel. I lima, Alpar/ a , ~ , y, 1 .
:she 7 i, cc Mai, I amt , .1:1e1 P.m- . , .' , '
Ilan . Lunia, 0 Ir< 'lna, Am, rizan N. ' ',..'
Fallow I)..ar, Africa,: Bosnia, or . -• a 0.. -- --.7
Bayjido ihr 4 r irriarsit 0a.,11e,
(oialg ones drh6ale. I In ..417, V4l 1/1. ..,... .
15 'pars.) put, if &a L,lt ha, or
Asiao- Anlogis, Porard or Medd-
~,,...-t - -e " ,
ran - Wad duds. ordi Aaneim it i it , ,„'rr '4s`--„.
Atigolas, la, rt 110, Ti,ger
(Ada, FisLer. or Waist Cod
. 7 air
Irlinrono ns, 10,10 Ground .11,4 . " -.. '••.,,>-S,
and Coon, pair Ant Fivers, (Motors —4- - - -- --
rig t latthantnnniber, Laa OA lions
1 - ;:;,,),,,il white !Malaita. ino,finest 441 ~_,.. . .
f r 'i id, thi n rf lirrtll ern („rilibi ad `• ,iiii . ,
pair of Nev, liodev.d Croy,: Cranr, - VA.: `—. 'A. ? ;, .
S ta It Ainvit an Condor, trig la, grit
Lid ant flout, pair 11 - hint', 0500,
A.P.,[412 fo! cc ..,I'.• ,, Gad.'en Plarirs
ants Piro: gaii,air I /ea 5,,t., 70, .
Volieniaan 1 litasonts, lawn Laiglish
Pell, s itt;,
Fliers.ant o C 1,,,,. to F,ll' ell, math
Ames don rod,. tidee. Spanish _
Narois4, peer Todipeso .1 arrrtc„ ....,.,_,..„ „1
Jro' :soolg Aura man la-rots. : ad ( ‘ ' . .o"
1.1-4- 1.10 .. ' , Mr l'..t:LF:i ,a Ge ff.',
.." ji ali,
( h ',act 1,1 fro ,1 , putt 01 Poland ' ? '',O4V"
Foot : 0 , pi , / 1 ., 1. lie Cnoiatooo, I:4d
Kan-; , i', rrcl /row d trataalari ,Ura ea - -i!
(2,4.0 l'ear at triost etastraiat, 1: au
Bo load ('or Lou, 0,1, P o r ) ,s,
!'art quels Al:", a Candi, VI y Peat. 4 .f1 e. ?- ia ,
ir'llda Weis, Fizaionl toot Carrier " 'lli .
Doris, Earn/ Voittay of Monl,e;s, --&-_- 4 •
Ape:, BaUtlf., i, IL ' i 71(1,7/10, D. 4,,
Cats, ayo , tat Sagall.l2l7lll,llL'Ulij 10, .. V.,' .
gather. A pint f
The GREAT VAN .AXIMP-97,/ , , . •
t7lll enter the Deily of Thliata . .-.....,
.ria•larl , r. V. 1.,
AbsL mEa be introancril the fr.,,....4f k ,, .:
1.,, ,t Irer .1. - .74/1a),1 Ilalgh . P.,-.9. . 1 i i i . r.r.- . :„.,, ,, _
I,' . T tier., , , I. c , per, p,rfornan:,,, 4 .,.,.. , -, _
E :gra,: d qv - oo,', b, tralnlqi Ly ~:
roof ia A l a, .1:02:,r, 2,110111., j",, k . ,
Mule., Au. Dun': fail to z.co 1 -
Tin C., )1„Gi.1.)1::-3 1T.DC1752.11.)N., iv 1 , 4 . ..
At 10 A.M., preceded by 11.0 , , v , ,
OCLDEN CHARIOT, , 4 , 411.
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Otto llorn's Come I 1-3ancl ---
WILL EXIIIBIT AT
maLLnviLLE, Tuesday, June 17th, and at
HUNTINGDON, Wedneeday, Juno 1811,.
Pools open 1 and 7. Admission 17 Cents—Children an
der Iliac stale 10 Ceuta.
E XI,CII3TOR'S NOTTOF,.—
(E)tate of l'hillip Sji,nitter, dos
beam , testamentary upon iho last ssilt and testament
of Phillip Silhmtter, late of Darras, toss nehlp, ITuntiugdon
county, dec'd. have boon granted to the undtrbigned. All
pen tonl indebted HI e requested to umhe itutnedutto pay-
Silent, awl those has lug Maims will present them proper
ly authenticated to me.
Juno 11,180241. Zreculor.
A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
[Estate of Irtniont Elmeart, deed.]
Lot tors of Administration upon the cstato of WILLIAM
STEIrAItT, Tate of Irtit township, deceased, having
boon panted to tho undersigned, all }tomato having
claims upon the estate nro to/nested to pratoot them to
the undmeignod, and on persons ttllowtOg themgoleae
indebted will make immediate paymont.
JAMES A. STEWART,
May LS, IBG2-61. 6 Administrator.
HAZARD'S RAILROAD & MILITARY
Map of the Southern States.
RUM the most authentic sources, and
the Coast Curs ey, engraved in 11,0 Fineet Styio of
Map Malting. It vies so ...cent and such valuable lasts
conce tang all the ltaill'oadd, : thhl tho War Department
immediately author lied its publication, and thstributed
ONO 'THOUSAND CONES anion the lleuerala and
COIOIICI9 of tfio army.
M it is THE ONLY MAP that it antherizarl as OFFI
CIAL, it •is the .most (tellable and Anthehtle, and from
Its largo aloe- 32 by 55 luaus—shoots at a glitnco, the
Prlinapa) Playas . , and all tho Strategic Paints. Glen. Mc-
Clellan lots acknowledged the gloat iinpottanco of it to
BEAUTIFULLY COLORED, PRICE ONLY ONE POI,
LAII. to compete with 1 ofi , ) iar maps. In cloth Cnso,
$1 50. Dolected and Monntad on slogliu. 5032 nriunt
ed on Most 111, a Ith Rollo.; and Yam to?hed $2 30. Son•
Fran Ly Mail on receipt of Prieo.-
.•• 40 - every intelligent men wants TUE BEST and
ONLY OFPIGIAL 314 P, Agents, cap make money rapidly
by selling add.
AWSPAPERS tafot ling tl d (111,0 titae9 tataß
reeeho a copy by Mail 3lay :17 3t.
EEO. B. PORTEN,
OFFICIAL WAR MAP.
WILLIS V. HAZARD,
No. 724 Chestnut street, Philo
UDITORTS NOTICE. .
The Undersigned Auditor aniointeil. by; the Orx
phan's Court of Huntingdon county, to dietributo the
fund in tho bandit of rhilip,Ogrpor end John Beaver, Ad..
minim, Afire? of John Morningstar. him of Hopewell town.
need., will :attend qt In* other, in the borough of
Huntingdon, au FRIDAY, the 69th day ofJlJhal next, for
the purpose of limiting said distribution, when and whore
all persons interested urn required td prem.] t their
or ho debarred from coming in for is ilharo of the fund
1,03. - ZR:Tiouor , „',Eo.,!°A!,:fgsefir.P.Elt .
LADIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS, &IL
The cupartrt'eral4herkUfo . r . e excetrog liaturecu KAUF
MAN & LONNEICSTADTER baling' boob' 'dissolved by
mutual content, the undersigned respectfully inform the
patrons and Blends of the old firm, and the trade
cral, that lie has taken all the Pp stails rooms of
No. 103 North Eighth st., ab. 'Arch; Phila.,
To continue the nhinutacturiiii of all kinds of
AND MANTILLA TRIAIMINII9,_
of all descriptions, &0., &o.
Ant will offer izEdoceramte it; price ilpd . qualitp ets 'Yon
ae prompt ittendanco to ordera,', 10 oeory
'tainlog to Li, lino. - t ;• ;
•••• • - •
No. 103 North Eighth Strect, above Arch, Nick'
April 12. 1862-301.
CLASSIFICATION of Mercloinii itt
ountingdon county, by the Appraiser of s.lorchitttVa .
'faxed fur the year 1.1861/
.bprough and totortthip.
George C. Bucher,
G. C. Walker,
IVra. Moore, - '
John It. Gregory,
Samuel W. 'Slyton,
James C. Walker,
Eby 3: Co
A. It. Steuart,
Cass borough un4 100n5.1440
G. 13. W.
J. P. Heaton,
James Itendorsou, •
R. U. 'Meet),
George A. Renton . , •
.7. S. Berkstreener,
McHugh A. .IteGreth,
Blair & Porte,
Ceorge It. Stevens,
J. C..t J. lirtn,B ter,
J, 11. Adams,
R. Adman, - •
T. E. Orlitgon, -
W. C. .gm• .n.
J. W. Marten) :
Shorb, Stowart & Co.,
0, & J. IL Sithenbeigar,
J. L. Adana,
Plehor & Son,
D. P. ()MO;
G. A. Miller,
Common & Ralfrlght, i
Swartz & AlcCabo,
S. IL Oruro,
S. S. Smith,
Wallace .b Oloniaut,
.700. A. Brown,
0, Aft ten,
A. R. Cunningham,
Pros&ln Iron k Co.,
IVm. 11. Harper,
S. W. My ton, (Masseyslittrir,,)
T. W. Ornfflus,
11. A. Dorsey,
.1. 11. Milliner,
Simon Cohn; : :
S/ bteft township.
Leas & Dover,
Wm. D. Drowater,
AV. A. Frokor,
rotor M. Dear,
K. K. Covert,
Tell Town 4141.
A. C. Blair,
D, IL Mot rieon,
J. M. lialailton,
B. Jacobs, '
D. O. Owena,
J. R. Thompson,
IL T. Patton,
J. Hunter & Co..
111111 Am P. ItcNite&
BREWERIES AND DISTILLERIR*,
s..smith 3: Co.,
Robe' t Massey,
J. K. Isett,
E. C. Eumnioni,
Bell, Ourrotteou & Co,
Henry Afrlcpi • • •
Paul Wont?, '
An appeal will to Lehi by tho Underifotql at tho Trga
surer's Office, in the borough °filen apsdon, PRIDAX,
the 16th day of JUNg nest. Persona %telling to nmeal
011 l please apply on of before that day, as none
granted thereafter, IL 31.10EMAKSIL" '
ICOTHI2.-13y en Aot of Agtelebly natsed the I).lclaa.
of April, leB2, St is made the chats of the County Treasu
rer to see out all licensee not lifted on or before - the leh
day of July. Persona haying lleences to lift will es•v,x
costs by galling and lifting the came - previous to that
time, as three hot lifted *RIAD the time presoribed
law, will positively he 01 . Ord,lt th e herds of n proper Olt
Doer for collection. • ;OHM A. NASH. -
Huntingdon, Hey 27,18€1. db. rrMatureF.
NEW MARBLE YARD,'
. . ,
ON MIFFLIN STREET, lINNTINGDON, 14.;.
TAMES AL GREEN regizootfullf
forma the Etta*. thg.t. he la tellyp,apad to ‘l* x+o.
in the beet atyle of Workalanaltip, all MO? of Mon
STONES ; at prlse. cheaper than thoy'ann ile had tat
the County. no haps, by &let "attention to b!utiattli,
merit and Mei% CI a share of Pabila pWO#PE9::
Iluutingtlon, Jan. 20, 1862.
T. irTE / • • •
ITTORNEY AT LAW,
Jam. 2 1.561-1.1.
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