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Yo' Mr. V--lilloru intnivs w en ui uu u
ministration of Herrera. He says it is
ilie best government the Mexicans ever
yet had. In this city it has not a single
press devoted to its interests. The stones
gbout Santa Anna's arrival ' here Mr. C.
docs not belidve. ' i
Mr. Clifford was just concluding a des
patch to our government, toannounee that
he had at last concluded an arrangement
with the Maxican authorities, by which
they had agreed to allow over a half a
million poilnds of tobacco, imported into
the country while in. possession of the A
merican troops, to b& restored to the own
ers, and to be disposed of free of duty.
It has hitherto beer kept in possession by
the Mexican authorities. Mr. C. like
wise says that he is in hopes to be able to
induce the Mexicans to admit American
cotton upon a duty of four cents per
pound; it is now six cents.
Referring to the gold excitement Mr.
Clifford stated that, at a diplomatic dinner
he o-ave on the 22d of February, the Aim
ister of the Interior assured him that he
had full faith in all the stories he had been
told about the discovery of gold m Call
fornia, and, indeed, that he doubted not
that yet more important discoveries would
ulumately be made.
the Sate die to l-i ".'rem and o'hrs employed
oinuif ib! c wr'n. Wo b Ijivc loon.
jrrutijlule I hose who have been d. prived of lh;ir
iijont y for lhe lat year past on ih. r.-prCt of
ifa.it row c.vit8 rf ihe Fprrdy settlement of
their claims. We learn lliat it iv the intention
of Thomas J. Power. Sunerintcnde
Portage Road to pay olf the whole debt of
seventy three thotuand dollars in the course of
a few months. This ia welcome intelligence
to the people in this section of country, as
there are few men in the county who is not
interested more or less in the payments cbout
to he made on the Road, nnd many of our bust-
ncss men ore compelled to suspend business
partially in consequence of the scarcity of funds
arising- from the non-piymcnt of their claims
by the State. It is much desired that a similar
stale of things will never again occur in out
good old Commonwealth, and that the officers
employed by the Statu will always be supplied
with money to meet their liabilities
without recourse to -borrowed money.
This policy has been - formally sanctioned
Nauvoo, Illinois, is becoming an object
1 .1. r ' l .i T : i i.ciuuv, m
u - ii,uUUp.u.hu iu a.-i,. cu u; aUentjon affain .n WcgU
pieugM io suspenu me.worh. wnenoer, . rC,; onntains a letter from
the' have mads engagements that will ab
sorb all -the available means that have been
Nauvoo, which says:
One week since, there "was an arrival at
Nauvoo, of - three, hundred citizens of
In the last annual report it was stated, nra t ;
hat to complete the Road to the base of iet of our. welf reglilatd govern.
the mountain, and connect with the Por- ieat which they could not enjoyed the
tage Railroad, . would require about nine stQrm and prosJcriptivc s iritJ which has
hundred and sixty-seven thousand dollars, cn , ' - ;ni,nh,. rp,
to which must be added about three hun
dred thousand dollars, at present required
to place the machinery in an euicient con
dition, making a total, of one and a quarter
million of dollars, as the sum required to
be subscribed at this time.
The funds now at the command of the
so long agitated their own country. This
band of emigrants, struck with the pictu
resque beauty cf the place, and impressed
with the fertility- of the surrounding coun
try and the hcalihfulness of the locality,
have come to the conclusion that no place
can be better adapted to their wants than
1 his company of emigrants is
ALL persons knowing themselves indebted
to the fubscriber, eitner by Note or Book
Account, wi!l call and settle thtj fa.jne. The
accounts &c., are left at his old stand with
Mr. Frederick Kittell, who is authorised to
receive Ai'd receipt for ail moneys paid lam
for me. '
April 19. 1840 28-if
Board are about sufficient to complete the . fa d d fc & distinguished Cabet. who is
"u,a fcU Jiu" - . . rtPtnrmincrl tn mako this r.l-.
. ,. tc uuieus
TTORNEY AT LAW,
All business in the several Courts of Blair, In
diana and Camona counties entrusted to his
care, will be promptly attended to,
Office, opposite J. S, fiuch.anaus Slcro.
April 12, 18-15. If
Juniata, about twcntA'-five miles this side T. .
r wr ii'i i .im t ii r i.' tor emigration. It l
of Hollidaysburr. The Board have felt
constrained to adhere strictly to the policy
saii tnat seven hun
dred, who belong io the same association,
... 'v -
Thursday, April 19, 1849.
Augustus Drum, Esq.
The course of this gentleman in the State
Senate has won him poiden opinions. During
the short period hu has represented this dietiicl
he hus gained the confidence of his constituents
by his clobe attention to buaineis and his s'eady
and uncmproniisinaj ' opposition to the high
handed sclicu'es of his Federal opponents. It
mould have becNt wU for the party and the in
trerv-f our good old Commonwealth if some
of the democratic member of the House had
imitated hi example, and adhered a little more
closely to the cardinal principles of democracy
. Railroad Convention.
Convention of the frienus of the
C&ntral Railroit! leading from Pittsburg through
M Pnrtlle and Columbi to Cincinnati, nnd
''Mice to St. Loui, will ht held at Steubau
e, Ohio, on the 20th of this month. It wilt
k "Je composed of dele rales faom all the town
and cities through which the cuutenpldted
Road will pass, and judging from the impor.
taitce of tbi enterprise and the spontaneous
movement throughout almost the whole west
in its favor, we have but lullo duubl that the
proposed Convention will adopt measures to
place a part of the Road under contiact in a
short time. This is certainly one of the great
et enterprises of the day, and when completed,
will ke the means of bringing a vast amount
of the '.r&de through Penusy Ivania.
ArmtNTMENTs. We learn from tho Pittsburg
Morning Pot that Philip Greeljr, Jr., has been
appointed Collector of Customs at Boston;.
Samuel J. Pciers. Collector at New Orleans;
B. S. Hawly, Collector at Apalachicula; Philip
Hone haa been appointed to Naval office in
New York; Uobert 11. Still, Naval office at
New Oi leans; Manuel J. Garcia, Surveyor of
th Port of New Orleans.
4 Off Willi his Head."
Notwithstanding the nfi.rrpe.itcd pledges of
General Taylor before his election that he
would not be the President of a parly," thai
he wouId not be trammelled by party obliga
lions," ihat he had "no fricr.d to reward r
enemies to inutisn, - ana uiai no woi;ii nr-.
scribe no man f.r opinion' eke wc giy nut.
withstand!!:? all these pK'djjes, wo ptrcive
that the woik of proscription rrr.va bravely o:
at Washington Cily. Alout four hundred re
niovals have been ntade dm ing the las'. tvv:i
weeks, and i:.s tad of enq tiring whether the
applicant for offiee is honest, worthy, c;ipa
b!e, it. would seem that the only question that
s now asked i?. "Is lie a Whiz?" A rez;!ar
daughter bouse has been established in the
Pot Office Department ia Washington, and
the way ihey m:ihe Ihe poor democrats wal'-t
the chalk" exceeds any lhng" that has occuired
since the duys of Thoni.is C ing Wc h ive no
disposition to iumt;!oat t!ie course pursued in
Washington in rilati ni to removals, but we
would like to tee I he whig who will hold sacred
the pledges he g.tve belore the election. Wt
have never heard .f oi.e yet, and we now learn
that General Taylor is nol an e.xccpiion.
Among the many removals made which are
diccredil-ible to the present administration, we
notice lliat of Simon Drum. Esq., Postmaster in
Grreusburg. In speaking of his removal, the
Green-b'irg liepublieau makesi the following
"M. Drum was appointed Post Master at
Greeiisburj during the administration of
Thomas JeiTerson, Some 45 cars since,
during all of which time he tli-ch irgcd I' v
duiea of his office to the general sati
lactioii of all who h id buines in it. He
was the father of lite celcbralil Capt. Dai'ii.
whose heroic services in I he American Army,
in the valb-y of Mexico, shed a lustre upon his
country's fame and waskilb.-d during t'ie dis.
peraie fiajbt al ihe Gale of the city of Mexico.
The only reason for removing Mr. Drum i
I h it he was a Democrat. This "so party"
ado.iui.lruUoii. u. hicll CilllC into JlOWtr UH'IlT
a solemn pledge to pmser.be iu man lor fpt
ionssake. hs reinvtved lilts old -iiiii from liis
post and tak n away from h:ni the means
whereby he at present supported his family.
Had Ihe leelinsof iho people of ibis cominu
niiy been consulied, wo woiiid iral hava been
culled upon t record this apni nt inent at
leaot but to '.he victor hchin? the spoils."
indicated, and have instructed the Chief, ar? pxPeed to meet their friends here in
Engineer to suspend any other eoni"dCs ! a snort tirrie, and ' that thirty thousand,
hPv'nnrf that noint. until the suha-r.' J 'ho are still in France, and who are said
reauired to nlace them in Znn,u ,t 110 to belong to the same brotherly fraternity,
proper time are oota'.ed. To enable the
Hoard to coirip"lete die road to Ilollidays-blir-I
CTirlv nnxt vphx. snh.sfrintions should
w j j , ,
, n"Aim rvtl r mail-- n llif lrt of tho Slim-
mer season will cause serious delay in the
execution of work, which is not of a kind
to be prosecuted with advantage in the
The Board deem it needless to use any
argument at this time to press upon the
public the necessity of action in the prem
ises, as the importance of the work to the
trade and prosperity of Philadelphia is
fully appreciated by every citizen; but
they may be permitted to urge, that the
rapidity with which the lines to the iNorthl
and the South are now being constructed,
warns us that no time is to be lost in press
ing our own work to final completion.
The Tyrone Forge, at which the work
will now rest, is a point at which the road
will furnish adequate returns to pay the
interest on the capital invested, so that no
loss will accrue to the present stockhold
ers; but the great objects of the enterprise
are unaccomplished, until the way is clear
to the city ot Pittsburg.
The Board most respectfully urge upon
the present stockholders, and their fellow
citizens generally, to make at the office
such additional subscriptions as will enable
them to renew their labors without delay.
Bv order of th Board.
S. V. MERRICK, Pres't. P. R. R. Co.
Note. An instalment of five dollars
per share must be paid on subscription.
The next instalment will be called payable
on the first of August, and thence five doll
ars every sixty days, until paid. Interest
will be allowed from payment.
will emigrate and setde with their brethren
who are already in the United States, un-
I der the flattering expectations that Nauvoo
I will be made the nucleus of this emigra-
A TTORA'E Y AT LA IF,
Office one door west of J . is. Buchanan's Store.
April 12, 1849. tf.
On Sundny evening last, the 15th inst., at
ihe Summit, in this county, Archibald Scott
McCu.ne, in the y ear of his age.
The deceased was well known by the citi
zens of this county, and his loss will be much
full and regretted by his. numerous relatives
and frici.ds. Possessed of a kind and fentlc
disposition, he was ever ready to respond lo
the callj of friendship, or tho duties of a good
citizen. When the war with Mexico summon
ed our volunteers to arms he cheerfully enroll
ed himself in ihe service of his country, and
was only compelled to leave it when prostrated
by disease at Vera. Cruz. Since his re' urn
home his health had been partially restored,
and during the last and preceding sessions of
the Legislature he officiated as Assistant Mes
senger lo the House of Representatives.
Towards the close of the last session his con
slilutiou naturally delicate, was compelled to
give way to tho rapid march ot consumption
which fully developed itself, and he was only
enabled lo reacli the Summit where he termi
nated his earthly career surrounded by his rel
atives ar.d friends. lie was buried at the Sum.
mil on Tuesday wiih military honors by his
fellow soldiers of the Cambria Guards, and fol
lowed to the grave by a large concourse of peo
ple, who thus testified their respect and esteem
for J i in) as a citizen and soldier.
E. HUTCHINSON, JR.
A TTORNE Y AT LA FF,
April 12, 1819 tf.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office one door west of J. S. Buchanan's Store
April 13. 1819. tf.
The Next Session Seclidual Parlies.
The Boston Republican has mado the f.il low
ing analysis ot the strength of the Administra
tion and opposition parlies in the next Senate,
showing how frail a party support Gin. Tay
lor w ill ha ve in that body from Slates west of
Opp. Adtn. Opp.
!?).. liu.l 2
Thus it appears,
nian, that, from the
This body did adjourn on the 10th inft.,lho
effort to brir.jj about an extra session having I s. Carolina,
failed.; In many respects Ihe session just clo
sed hau been a woi king session, but the interests j
of the Commonwtalth was not consulted in
the performance of the greater part of the la
bor. A greater number f local bills have
been passed than at any former session. The
Dinki reciveJ a large shurc of attention, al
though but two new ones were incorporated.
However, notwithstanding so much local leg
islation, some very important bills were pacd,
among which are a new revenue and a new
license latv, which it ia believed will add about
one hundred lhu and dollars to the revenue of
the State. A liberal appropriation has been
made fur the p'-rpose of paying the Domestic
Creditors and placing our public improvements
in m pri per slate of repair. The Inclined
Plane at Philadelphia ia to be avoided, the se
lection cf the route being left lo the Canal
'Commissioners, and provision is made for lh
completion of the North Branch Canal. I he
obnoxious proviso lo the Ten flour law was
repealed, and the bill providing for an amend
ment to the Constitution of the Stale making
Vae Judges elective by the people, also became
law. These we believe are the most impr
tint inea u i es adopted by the late Legislature,
'e hope, however, to be ab e to give our rea
dcr full list of all the acts passed in the
course of a few; days
the Domestic Creditors.
Almost the M acl flhe fate legislature
? the granting appropriation tu pay the
Domestic Creditor. r lhe Sllej- anJ inclvjdtd
in this bill was one authorizing the Canal
Board to increase the bond, r lhe Superinten
dent, and Supervisors on th. puWic iinprwfe.
xaen'.a to leu thousand dollars imuaad of five.
This increase of the bend, which should have
been made long since, will give the officers
poorer lo draw funds ia such quantities as will
j AI issouri,
I Vrkaus is,
PITTSBURG CITY SCPvIP.
We learn from the Pittsburgh Morning Post
received by this morning's inai I, thai the bro
kers have refused receiving any more of the
Corpoiatiou Scrip, except on special deposit.
l'lii created quite a fever in the c.lv, and of
cuurse the scrip went "down. I here is a
larg amount of liis currency afloat in this
ouuly, and unless the aullioi il:es of Pittsburg
do something to redeem their illegal issui s
the losses will be considerable. would
however advise no person lo dispose of any
scrip lie m.iy have on hand at a sacrifice, as it
is expected that the city council will speedily
adpt such measures ao will raise it to its on.
A.ME to the residence of the subscriber4
near the Summit. A. P. R. R. on Friday
lhe I Dili Insx:, a dark biy Horse, with white
spo'.s on his f'-rehcad, nt.o white hind foot, and
is iwiive or touriteii viais oiu. i lie owner is
requested to come forward, prove property, pay
charges and la'ie him away, otherwise he will
be disposed ol according to Ijvv.
April 19, 181923-31.
0"We learn lliai the appointment of Mr.
lialdridge, as Postmaster lor Ilullidaysbu rji,
has raised .uile a slorut among lhe fmthful
in tint town. It seems that Mr. U.il. fridge
got lhe appointment over the head of others
who considered themselves much more deser.
ving, and hence the dis u isf.icl ion.
re.natks the Pcnnsylva
wJiole western country.
already including, we think, half our popul.t.
tion, Gen. Taylor will have but four Senators
lo rciy uion, auu itiosu lour are iicury dX,TT iiw-t
Thomas Corwin, Joseph Ii. Under woodsany sblemoyicr
John Bell. It remains lo be seen how mucV J
FoUTHK "t NTIXKL.
I am composeii ol 21 Leitcs.
My 20, 10, 5, J7, 19, me troublesome.
My I (j. 21. 5, is a nick name for aciuIJ.
My 23. 1J, 4. 19, o is tough when old.
-My 21, 13,22, 11, 19, are sometimes crooked
My 11, G. ID. 2, is done by wild horses.
My 12 15. 17, 8, signifies proper.
mv u, o. -i, i, is me name ol a tanuly in
Mv 7, 15, 18, 8, is high in the city.
My whole is lhe naui.j and residence of the
man that took the first load of passengers ova r
lhe torture Kail KoaJ. C &. U.
our last. Samuel
A meeting of tho o'.ii members of the
"Cambiia Guards'' wil be held in
the Court House on Saturday even
insj next al hall' past seven o'cloek,
for the purposo of adopting measures
with a view to the re organization of
the Company. All persons friendly
to th contemplated movement are
requested tu attend.
.&:'. :-!iii :!- itii!i!i1!i :!!:; v::.f fv ''a&'&l' L
Til K undersigned having associated them
selves in the Cabinet Making Rusiness,
under the firm of Lloyd Litzinger,beg leave
lo inform the citizens of Ebensbutg and viciu:
itv. thai thev intend manufacturing to order
and keeninj constantly on hand every variety of
BUREAUS, TABLES, STANDS. SET.
TEES, BEDSTEADS, Ac , tj-c.,
.vhich they will sell very louo lor cash or ap
proved Country froduce. All oraeis in ii.eir
line of business will be thankfully received and
promptly attended lo. Persons centring cheap
furniture are assured that they will find it lo
their interest to call al their Ware Room, oppo
site Litzinger &- Todd's Store, and examine
iheir slock btfore pu rchasing elsewhere. They
hope by a close attention li business to merit
a liberal share of public patronage.
All kinds of Lumber taken in exchange for
STEPHEN LLOYD, Jr.
U. A LI I ZING Ell.
April 12, 134J 27-Cm.
The Larget, Cheapest and mot I PathionaLU
lock cf Goods, adapted to uentlemrri'
Spring and Summer Wear, t jnarl
nnrT r. moss's
CHEAP CASH CLOTHING STORE.
13C LIBERTY STlif!KT-
TI1E Proprietor of the above establishment -would
respectfully inform his numerous
customers, that be haa just returned from lhe
eastern cities with tho most splendid assort,
mcnt of goods it: his Lre. that waserer brought
to this city, comprising all thai ia now fash -
lanable, elegant and cheap an Cloths, Cassi
merea, ashmerctts, Drap Do Fie, and every
description of Cotton, Linen and Woollen-
sainmer slutTs, Shirts. Cravats, Hdkfa, Sua.
pentiers, &.c, or Ihe newest styles; which, to
gether v.itli his very large and fashionable
stock of Heady-made Clothing, ho ia prepared
to oner at his usual low prices.
Country merchants, Contractors and al;
who purchase largely, arc particularly invited
to call and examine the slock which is deci
dedly the largest and mo6t fashiunablo in the
city, and great attention has been paid lo get
it up suitable to the wholcsa.e trade.
Orders in the Tailoring line executed in lhe
most fashionablo manner, and that nothing
may be wanting lo ensure the newest and
best style of cutting. A gentleman who has
had great experience iu the Eastern cities,
has been added to the establishment.
April 12, 1549. 27-3m.
COMMISSION & F0RWAK
rpiHE Subscriber will attend to Receiving
N and Forwarding Goods on the following
Conditions, viz: All Merchandise in boKee.
Liquors, Groceries. &.c, five cents per 103
lbs., (including storage for ten days, loading.
&.C ,) except hogsheods of Molasses weighing
over 1200 lb?., on which pay for the extra
hands required for loading the same will ba
added: Sail, five cents per barrel net stoied.
Flour, Ftored for a lena not exceeding ten
days, ten cents per barrel. On all small lots of
goods nol amounting to SCO lbs., from persona
not in the habit of receiving goods, 12J to 25
cents will be charged. Ualess a bill of lading
is furnished previous to the arrival of tho
goods, he will not be held responsible for any
error that may occurr in cither freight or
goods, freight must iu all cases be paid with
in twelve days after the delivery of the goods,
otherwise theee per cent, additional on tho
amouul advanced will be charged.
Summit, April 12, 1349 27-3i
LITZINGER & TtJ
THREE DOORS EAST OF RENSHAWS
Have on hand a good assortment cf
Hats, :tjts, Spools A lioes,
GLASS, riSIl, SALT, i&LC, 5CC,
would respectfully solicit the patronsgu cf
their old friends and the public generally, "to
live us a call and examine for tnemselvcs.
Lumber and Country Produce of every des
cription taken in exchange for goods.
April 19, 1819.
to Enigma in
support ho gets from either of the three first T"
Dca'ih of Commander Irvine Shubrick.
The Delaware Republican has the fol-
It will be seen by the following Address of
the President of the Pennsylvania Uailroid
Company that operations on this gieat im
provemrnt will be suspended unices more in.
stalmentson the shares subscribed arc speedily
paid in. This is a matter, the importance of
which must be evident lu t very man iu the
Commonwealth, and every one must realize ihe
necessity that now exists to make an fl.irl to
raise means sufficient lo enable the Company
to push the work with all possible rapidity to
its western termination. The interest and
welfare of the whole itale is deeply involved in
the prosecution of this work, and we hope the
subject will receive that attention al the hand
of the people which its importance warrants.
To the Stockholders of the Pcnnsykania Rail
road Company, and the Citizens of Philadel
phia. Fellow Citizens: When, in 184G,
the Directors of the Pennsylvania Railroad
Company were entrusted by the Stockhol
ders with the management of the affairs of
the Company, they early declared that the
policy which would govern their adminis
tration would be, to construct the work
upon the legitimate funds of the Company,
lowing notice of this officer, who died sud
denly, on Thursday last.
Commander S. was a native of South
Carolina and had been thirty-five years in
the navy. During the war with England
he served under Commodore Decatur, and
was with him in the very severe action of
the President with the British squadron.
He again serv ed with Decatur in the Guer
riere Frigate, and was in the action with
the Algerine Squadron in 1816.
In 1832, while First Lieutenant of the
Potomac Frigate bearing the Flag of Com
modore Downes, he commanded the Ex
pedition of Saiiors and Marines who lan
ded on the Island of Sumatra, and after a
4LL persons subjected to Military auty
williin the bounds of the 2d I5rij.ule.12ih
Division, P.M., are hereby requeued to parade
iu U.i lla lions for inspection as follows:
The 2d Battalion of the 1st Regiment to
meet on Monday the 14th day of May next.
The Is IJ.iKalion of the tame Regiment to
meet on Tuesday the 15th day of May next.
The2J Battalion fihe2d Regiment lo meet
on Wednesday the lGih day of Mjy next.
.The let Ilaltaliuu of the same Regiment lo
meet on Thursday the 17ih day of May next.
The Independent Battalion to meet on Fri
day lhe 18th day of May next.
T ne 2J Battalion of the 3d Regiment to
meet on Saturday the 19ih day of May next.
The l.-t BulUliou of lhe same Regiment to
mcel on Mnndjy the 21st day of May next.
The 2J Battalion of the 4t h Regiment lo
mcel on 1 tiesnay the V!J day ot May next
Tho isi Battalion of the same Regiment to
meet on Wednesday the 23d d.tv of Muy-jiext
JOHN KUAN," Inspector.
Of Ihe 2d Brigade, 12;h Uiv. P. M.
N. R. All commissioned and staff officers
within the bounds of aid Brigade, are required
to be proper y equipped according to law
Also, all adjutants and captains of militia
within the buuuds of tatd Brigade, are requi
red by l.iw to make proper returns ot their re
spcctivc rolls to the proper Brigade Inspector
on oath, on the day of Battalion or Regimental
training, or within leu days thereafter, under
the penalty ot tit ly dollars.
Also, all ofl'ieers required by law to make re
turns of absentees on oalh to the proper Bri
gade Inspector on days of Battalion or Regi
mental training, or within ten days thereafter.
arc hereby' notified that the names of the said
absentee in the said returns, with the name of
the county, township, borough and ward in
sharp conllict with the Malays, having
stormed and taken three forts, took pos- wluh each of the sold absentees resides, must
session of the town of Qualla Batoo, and'be w'l!m in a plain legible hand writing, and
broke up a horde of pirates, who had re
cently murdered the crew and captain of
an American ship.
In 1 840, Commander S. returned from
a cruise in the Gulf of Mexico and on the
coast of Brazil, with his health much shat
tered. -As as ofiicer he was brave and capable
as a man he was upright, honorable and
exemplary in all the relations of life. A
firm faith in Christ, his Redeemer, gave
the crowning grace to his character.
FA It ?3 ERS L.OOK EBKStE
SADDLK & HARNESS
T ffi I1K undersigned haviig associated them
JB, selves iu tho Saddlery Business in the
building firmeriv occupied as a Print ing Office,
rctpectfully beg leave to inic-rm their trieuds : ii,:s e;tv or ese tt here. Tlease
and the public generally that ihey wil! keep Vertisement. and call at either
246 and 413
ez?? ilc ettcapesi ana
ments of Gold and
ikAm Silver Watches in
'v:-uw,- a m. i(iiuueiji(c.
Gold Lever?, full jewelled, 13 cant
cuse, S3D and over
Siler " " 16 and over
Lepines $11 and over
" Q'lartiers. S5lo$10
(,'old Pencils, S1.50
Silver Tea Spoons, equal to coin, $4.50
Gold pens, silver holder and pencil, S'.O
With a splendid assortment of all .kinds of
Watches, both gold and silver; Rich Jewelry,
3cc , &.c. Gold chain of the best manufactures,
and in fact every thing in the watch and jew
elry lineal much less prices than can be bought
save this ad.
constantly on hand u large and splendid assort
Saddles, Bridles, Harness, Col
lars, Whips, &.c, &c.
All of which they will sell as Liw fr cash or
country produce as any other establishment in
this county. Any orders in their bne of busi
ness will be promptly executed at the shortest
Farmers and others desiring cheap birgains
will find il lo their interest lo call at .No. 6,
and examine their st'ocli before purchasing
The highest market prices willbe given for
Lumber aud Hides in exchange fir harness.
C G. C 14AM Eli,
April 12. 1819. 27-6m.
No.-fI3 Market street, above eleventh, north
sidcor at JACOB LADOMUS,
216 Market street,-first Store below eighth.
south side. 3lT We have gold and silver le.
vers sli!I cheaper than the above prices a lib
eral discount. made to the trade.
Sept. 2, IS4S, 6rn.
Remaining in the Post Office at Ebens-
burg, slpril 1st 1810.
The following property has been purchased
by me al Constables Said, and have been left
Uy me in care of Henry Learner. All persons
are hereby cautioned ajjatnst meddling with
said property in any way against my consent.
viz: three Orav llorsesna one tOW. ooiu
as the propertv of Hie said Henry Ieamer.
" JACOB S. DUKKHART.
April, 12 1819.-3t
To the creditors of the Huntingdon, Cambria
and Indiana Turnpike Rosd.
That the Court of -Huntingdon county at
the January term 1849 directed to be paid tn
creditors three and one half per cent on the
amount of their elaims on which firmer divi
dends havo been declared, which I will pay on
lite presentation of iheir cerliJcates of deposit
by themselves or tl eir ajent.
JOHN S. ISEPT, Sequestrator.
Spruce Creek P. O.. April 12, 1319 27-3t Tho;paa joliC8
I'homas Hughes, Esq.
Tho. T. Jones
Rev. S. Moreland
Siras Mode '
Mrs. M. A. Sitman
Geo. W. Rhoads
Silas G. W'arehaa
Jolin C. Wiaegarra'
ea;i of said names spelled correctlv,-other
wise said returns will not be received, und the
penally of fifty dollars will be enforced against
all uch officers.
Ajso, al! militiamen claiming to be exempt
frou militia duly by certificates or otherwise
must produco the requisite evidence, lo the
proper commanding tt5cer ot their respective
Hattalions, Regiments, or Companies, as the
case; may be, on or before the third day of May
aexkf, for exemption. -
ri-The "SnmiTwi Visitor" will codv the
e three times and charge Brigs de Inspector
Jrtminisl wear's Police.
A LL nersons indebted lolhe eetale of John
2a. Mora n, late of Washington township de
ceased, ure requeued lo make linmoUialc pay
ment to the undersi'ined residing in . Washing
ton township, Cambria county, and all persons
having claims a?atntl said cstato will present
litem properly auihenticated for settlcinent.
ALICE MO RAN. Administratrix.
GEO. RURGOON, Administrator.
April 12, 1 819 27-6t.
A N excellent lot of Locust Posts suitable fo?
PA fencing on hind and lor sale Dy
" MURRAY & ZAHM-
Apr'tl 12, 1349.
List for JMunster
April 12, 1S49.
REES J. LLOYD, P. M
-FOR SALiE ; ,
A Tract of unimproved Land, covered with
valuable I i.uw r, lying aooui uvb runes
of Ebensbtirg, enquire of ; -
ruhiirnr. ADril 12. J849 12-tf. .
Large lot of Glass, Nails and Salt, jrt
received and for aale at the ato'o of
MURRAY & ZAHM:'