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Uttnatingecr, ircity t 9. t 542.
Persona having accounts of one year's standing
at this office, for adverf's 'rig or job prfn kg, were
questod to pay Me same Woe the end a the ensu
ing August Court.
July 12, 1843.—te.
cO' OATS and CORN will bo taken, at the
market price, in payment of subscription and job
bing due this office.
July 12, 1343.-0.
NEW ORLEANS ELECTION.
On the 3d inst., the election took place in Louisi
ana for members of Congress and the Legislature.
We have partial returns from New Orleans with the
Maj. for Slidell, loco, 174.
The parishes of St. Bernard and Plaquernines are
to hear from, Ltd will not alter the result.
In Dist. 11, L. D. White (Whig) majority in the
second municipality is 111. He is probably elected ,
if the country parishes have done their duty.
Felix Lehman is elected to the Legisture from the
municipalities, by a majority of 32 votes.
The general result is not as favorable as we had
hoped, but the election day conies 011 at a season
when many business men are at the North, who coo
only be induced to remain there until July on great
occaslons. No one will fear to encounter the cli
mate for the sake of voting for Henry Clay in 1 al 1.
Gnast.or PIIIIVEASOTISIIIP.-Coltunbia College
havin; r,ecived a legacy of 0:0,000 for that pitr.
Pose from Oro estate of tiro late Frederick Gel,hard.
of N. V., has established a German Pr01i,,,,r1,p.
and made the Garman language en
We leava i.
portion of the collegiate cours,
American, that John LottiBliampt; a native
Hanover, son of an eminent judicial fin t etienary
Law and Political Etbie, in the Calvert:iv of Cot
tingen, and from wh i in: !Itution hr received tin
degroe ofD,tor of L tws, 11,14 been appointed to the
Professorship. Dr. T. has hem in this country
some five years, during a part of which time hp has
been connected with Union College. lie revisits
Germany note with a Ninv of founding a German
Library for the Gehhard Professorship.
an ' , arty leaurer on tivi!
Axoriten PlanoN,--We have heard tilt ques
tion frequently asked—what is the use of trying
criminals when the sentence of the law has hardly
been pronounced, before ore observe individuals,
convicted of gross violations of the law—walking
through our thoroullifares, in mockery of public
justice! Thi itxut•tralah Governor of this Com
monwealth has exercised the pardoning power to
such, an extent, that no other adminibnation eon
orta a precedent.. Ste ions that the most recent is
that of ',Samuel W. llut,henson—who was tried
and convicted at. tile bl,t term of the Cid:Moat Court
for obtaining. money under false preteners. • lie
was sentenced to an imprisonment of six months
and fitted two hundred and fifty dollars. Not only
has a pardon been emended to hint, but he has had
the fine remitted.—Feuo
The Philadelphia Daily ~ 1 oldie 10th inst.,
Rays :—"We unleratand th,, , eases of the
cholera matins have eeetiri • i,avn. They
who are apprehensive of thin di :ea should ttivdain
from, or cautiously use, such ankles as unr;pc or dc
rayed fruit, cucumbers, and certain other ttahl
of an indigestible uatt
crabs for example, ore not: iu. peraons of
The Rochester Pont says , n kinalay evrnim.;
lad, during the exercises in the Miller Tent in that
city, a WOOl3ll became very 11111d1 nnd filial
ly fainted away. When restored to tunin,ima shn
confessed that she had, several yearn since, commit
ted a murder in Great Britain, and expressed a
to be sent back to a!ndo tha panalty of the law.
The St. Louis, Mo., trit.ulard of the 30th ult..
states that J. Smith, the Mormon Prophet, has hem
arrested at Ottawa, on the Illinois River, on a re
quisition made by the Governor of Missouri. Great
excitement exists at Nauvoo, in consequence of his
s.rrest, and parties of armed men have left itfor
A BARREN HEART HEALED !-On Tuesday last,
at Newport, R. 1., Mira Abby Brock obtained a
verdict of $5OOO against C. Dalrymple, for a breach
of promise. lie must have been a desirable match
The money paid for ad vertising should never
form the least difficulty to a man who has anything
to gain. It should be to him as a mere drop front
the ocean. A painter once asked a very wealthy
merchant, why ho had not a better sign. "Ah,
said he, I advertise. My neighbors have all splen
did signs, but they never bring as many as mine.
Any one in the country may see my sign board. It
is the printer and not the painter, that has made my
OWN uorseann."—Tho Semtary of
War, has appointed three nephews to clerkships in
his department! The four POIITEIC6 draw $.10,.
'ZOO year from Government!
()!j' The la; Lot:3l . °w State Convention of Maine
unanimously recommended Van Buren tOr the Na
On tho 10th inst, in the Lorouzh of Lewistown,
youngest dausittar of Eo%ert Davidson,
Er., of Huntingdon county, aged twenty-three
=KZ ZEST SONC7.• IMNOM 1610.
We copy the following rts the best political song
which has appeared flow the memorable campaign
of 1840. h was sung en the 4th inst., at the Whig
celebration in Philadelphia, end received with shouts
of applause. It is acid to have been written by an
eminent literary gentlemen of that city.—Pa. Tel.
2lurrah for the May.,
A health to the Farmer, who follows the plough,
And earns independenoe by sweat of the brow!
Ho sings, as he turns the richaoll to the day,
Hovr happy's the farmer who lives by the Clay.
Hurrah for the Clay, hurrah for the Clay,
How happy's the farmer who lives by the Clay!
The Bricktnaker places his forma in the sun,
To harden them well when his moulding is done;
Then fires them boldly, not fearing that they
Will crack in the kiln, for he trusts to his Clay.
Trusts to the Clay ! trust,+ to the Clay !
It Stands every trial, the well temper'd Clay !
Hurrah for the Clay, hurrah for the Clay,
It stands every trial, the well temper'd Clay !
The Potter is careful in choosing his stuff,
And works it to make it both plastic and tough
And sings as he fashions his ware on the tray,
"We'd all go to pot if it were not for Clay."
Hurrah for the Clay ! hurrah for the Clay !
We'd all go to pot if it were not for Clay.
The Dyer, good fellow, the ladies to please,
Takes Clay for a mordent and Clay for the grease,
And proud of his colors so true and so gay,
Sings, “boys as we live let us dye by the Olay !
"Who would'ut be willing to dye by the Clay."
Hurrah for the Clay ! Hurrah for the Clay !
Who would'nt be willing to dye by the Clay I
The Ditcher who works in the mud and the sand,
Is cheated by slides of the treacherous land ;
And cries in despair as the work breaks away,
t -It w.ttld'Ht be so if I trusted to Clay !"
Trusted to Clay ! trusted to Clay !
It would'nt be r i i I trusted to Clay."
Hurrah for the t ! hurrah for the Clay !
It would'ut be so 'di trusted to Clay."
The toil-wearied Cotter, at eveniinc, at home,
Tho' soiled are his hand; and his jleket with loam,
Is happy to see his wee: children in play,
And white.; at theirbliaa for he earned it by Clay.
.I;arned it by Clay ! I,arnrd it by Clay!
lie smiles at their bliss for he earned it by Clay
Hurrah for the Clay ! hurrah for the Clay !
Let's follow the Cotter and •work in the Clay
When winter-winds howl round the Clay-plas
And von'son in smoking, and hominy hot,
The woodsman exults that the tempest's at bay,
And laughs at the storm for he's sheltered by Clay,
l'ilwitered by Clay ! chattered by Clay !
He laughs at the storm for he's sheltered by
ITur:ah for the Clay ! hurrah for the Clay !
We'll laugh at the storm when we're sheltered
The Cabin of State to its ruin runs fast,
It lets in the snow drift, the ruin awl the blast ;
It's furniture's rotten, its timbers decay,
And nothing can save it but tilling with Clay !
Filling with Clay, tilling n ith Clay,
And nothing eon save it but filling with Clay
Hurt) for the Clay ! hurrah for the Clay !
Tlicre't, nothing can save it but tilling with Clay
The world over, hoys, there is Clay that is good,
For building of Cabins and raising of food ;
But for wot k such as ours let o r tell you the hest
is el.,y of Kentudiy—tho (*I,: • WrHt
Clay of the West, Clty. 01 ile• N e•-t,
Theres noth:ng for no • t!.
Ifurrab for the Gay ! hurrah f, the !
There's nothing for us like the CIA y of the
Come join ticti my hcartieA, each son atilt , land,
IA citizen stranger hand linked into hand,
I;nited and earnest, we'll carr:, the day,
And resette the land by top-dressing with (.•lay.
Topping with Clay, topping with Clay,
We'll rescue the land by tap-tlessing with
Hurrah for the Cloy ! hurrah for the Clay
We'll rescue the land by top-dreasiug with
Nine cheers for great Harry, whose honor won't
Who never turned beckon a foe or a friend,
Who works for his country by night and by day,
The country will thank him by working. for Cl a y.
Working for Clay, working for Clay,
The country will thank him by working for
Hurrah for the Clay ! hurrah for the Clay !
The country, will thank him for working for
%re a vegetable and efficacious remedy in
AIF ctions of the Liver, Asthma, Plurisy,
Colds, C, oghs ' %Vt.; It Less of the Breast, Pam
iii the lin.o!, Breast and Side, Diarrhoea,
Dysentery, &e.,e., &c.
It•T OF AGENTS.
Fisher & M'MurtriP, Huntingdon
Alex. Knox & S ii, Newry.
W. & B Lras, Shirley Marg.
Dennis O'C, , mter, Three Springs.
Blair & NI widen, Madd n's
I limit r & lVicton, itockllill Furnace.
Thom., h. Orhison & Co., Orbisonia.
Brice X !lair, Shade •—•
No f a•.'Ante stinnmy in favor of these Pills
is adduced ; hut certicdtei are presented
citiz,nsof our awn comae.
Nn. 1. From John 13. Logan, Thive
I have. used .the German Henavating P 110
prepared by Dr. Si tit, with the 'coin,'
Every nieml:ier of my
GREOT , DIALL, ii“Ve been Lt . r.t d
MIMI Or lets by
JOIN B. LOGAN.
July Ist 1843,
No. 2. From Copt. Hudson of Shade Gap.
I have for a Wig period labored under lu
ll inimatut y Ithetnrritisin. I was induccd to
use the Gentian Reno, ating PM.. and with
entire sucw, W. A. FiLTDSON.
July 12, 1843.
~..~' ~.~~~~ is ~~..~~°~
NOTIC I; is Iterehy given to all persons
etincerned, that the toll Jiving en
sued persnni have settled their accounts in
the Register's Office at Huntingdon, and
that the said accounts will be presented
confirtnation and allowance at an Or
phans' Court to be held at II untingdou, in
and for the county of Huntingdon, on
Wednesday the 16th day of August next,
1. Jacob Hopp, administrator of the es
tate of John Hopp, late of Hopewell
too nship, dee'd,
2. Ilenry Miller, surviving administra
tor of the estate of Polly Ker, late of the
borough of Huntingdon, deed,
3. Thomas W. Neely, administrator
pehdenre lite of the estate of 111 Mom F.
Jamison, late of Dublin township, deed.
4. Barbara M'Mullin, ailininisiratrix of
the estate of William M'Alullin, late of
'fell township, dec'd.
5. John Ullery and Samuel Calvin, Esq.
Executors of the lasl. will and testament of
William Holliday, late tit Frankstown
6. James 'Thompson and William Cald
well, Executors ol the last will and testa
ment of Thomas M'Millen, late of Tyrone
7. Thomas Postlethwaite and John Pus
tleth wake, Administrators of the estate of
Elizabeth Po:tlethwaite, late of Shirley
8. Thomas Postlethwaite, Guardian of
the minor children ol Jonathan Doyle, late
of Shirley township,
0. Joseph M'Cune, Esq., acting Execu..
for of the last will and testament ol Peter
Steffey, late ol Fraokstown (now Blair)
10 John Postlethwaite, Administrator
the estate of David Taylor, late of
Henderson township, dec'd.
11. Moses Robison, Administrator n 1
the estate of William Doan, late of the
borough of A lex. 4 (10::'d. .
12.1).11C/el /Vika a / 1 4 George Taylnr,
Esqrs., Administratars of the estate of
John P.tttnn, Esq., late of Walker town.
JOHN HERD, Register ,
Register's Office, Hunting
dm,ly 19, A. D. 1643.
HUN I INGDON . PA
Respectfully informs the citizens of this
county, and the public generally, that he has
removed to anti opened a Public House in
that large and commodious brick building
situate at the centre of the Diamond, former
ly eccnpiid In• C. Cents, where the " way
worn traveller" will find every attention that
uriN minister to his convenience and comfort.
His TA MAI will receive his especial atten
thm, and shall always be abundantly supplied
with the hest to be had in the county.
His BAR is furnished with thc • choicest
Wines and Liquors.
Ills sTA MANG is the best in the place,
.nd the m ist careful and attentive ostlers
will always be in attendance; and the HOST
pledges himself to m.lt every exertion to
render his house "home" to all who may
favor him with a call. The stranger and
the friend may rest asrnred that if a desire
ta please he successful he donbts not his suc
s. tends vs his thanks to his old ens
tamers for past favors, and respectfully so
•.;•os um mcc id p!,.vnitmge.
0 BO ARDERS wilt be taken
J, , iy 12, Ifill
*eft Reward ! ! !
SCA PEI) from the jail of this county
tainestlay night the sth inst.,
about 22 years of age, 5 feet 7 inches in
height, heavy set, and of rather a dark corn
!flexion, black hair. He had on or taken with
him a hlatt hat, a velvet frock coat, and
grey cassinett pantaloons. The above re
ward will be given to any person who will
apprehend and deliver ltinl into Env custody.
JOHN SHAVER, Milt
Sheriff's Office, Hun- /
tingdon July 6, 184:3. S
All persons interested will take notice that
the undersigned having been appointed Au
ditor by the Court of Common Pleas of Hun
tingdon county, to apportion the balance on
the account and in the hands of Daniel Afri
ca & George Taylor, Esql,., assignees of I.
BC.I. S. Harrell, to and among thenlnt ter
red creditors .greeable to their deed of assign
metnent, will attend for that purpose at the
nice of Bell & Orbison, in the borough of
Huntingdon, on Friday the 4th day of August
next, (1843,) at 2 o'c:ock, P. M.
JACOB MILLER, Auditor.
July 12, 1843.
TAWIr OF LETTERS
q~sjEMAINTNG in the Post Office at Hunting
-113, don, Pa., July Ist 1843. Ifnot called for pre
vious to the Ist of October next they will be sent to
the General Port Office as dead letters.
Bell S. David Motion A. James
Bally Mrs. Jane Morris Mrs. Elizabeth
Boat Owen Porter Robert
Canute George Stevens Oliver
Creswell Mathew Sankey Miss Julian
Chatman Jacob Steel James 15
Egan Bernard Sellers F. William
Gorsuch John Smith A. William eare of
Gilbert Thomas Dr. Shoenberger
Jordan Miss Catharine Thomson John, turner 2
Jacketon Henry Wallace Thomas care of
Johnston Andrew John Houck
Irons David Warick William
Mulkerri Patrick Witherow John
Moore James Wells George
Moore itcv. Jo:In Wolf
DAVID SNARE, P. M.
July 5, 18.45.
HOUCKS T I EGE7ABLE LINA-
E T, for sprains and rheum
:ism. just received and for sale at the
drug store of 'l'. K. Simonton. Also a
fresh supply nf Houck% Panacea.
7. K. SIMONTON, Agent.
liimt7,7c:iors Oct. 5, 1 ELM.
~:ld~a •~ • ~1~3 Cl sS~~~ J ~ ~~a~ ~'
11F. ILADELPH IA
ZOOLOGIC %L GA R DEN,
UNITED WITH THE
NEW WORE INSTITUTE,
Fon THE YEAR 1843,
Under the direction of Mr. H. Hopkins ..4c Co.
WILL lie exhibited at lIUN I'INGDON,
on Saturday the 29th July 1893.
Admittance reduced to 25 cents, cAoldren
under ten years of age half price. Doors
open from 3 to 6 o'clock, P. M.
New and splendid Scent ry, done in oil
painted by one of the best artists in Philadel
phia, decorates the sides of 20 wagons, all
containing animals of different descriptions,
affording tile of the most rich and animating
displays ever brought forth, all the designs
being of the latest finish and most admira
ble fashion, To enliven this scene,
ing the town a high-toned band will pour
forth some of the most ftshinnable airs.
The celebrated JOHN SCHAFFER, the
subduer of the savage ct-niz,iis of the forest,
will appear in a most magnificent series of
scenes entitled "The dreadful doom of the
Sultan's sltve." Among a variety of
sitoations, the fodriwing will be exhibit
ed :—The outcast slave banished to the torest
of Faihri, expiring from hunger and fatigue;
when a fierce Brazilian Eiger darts like
lightning upon him from an upper cavern.
The Eastern despot's most nt, ful sen
tence ! l Forfeited life spared on condition
of trainin!:; a wild lion t,, which is
accomplished, and the slat, rides across the
road in ;:n *melt:tit rat'.
Ms. a rariAy ut r•th r beautiful argil ,trk•
ing rituati ,, nt tviil be pre:rute•d during toe
progress of the piece, to conclude with the
most hold, grand nod daring human display
presented among a whole caravan of wild
animals let loose at the same time, upon the
Indian Slave, who will gradually subdue,
and playfully exhibit his ream , kable :Ail), in
eleg tntly grouping the matchless zanVgical
The above will be exhibited at G•;ern
wood, Mifflin county, on Friday Juiy 28th.
TO TANA ER,,
lIIHE subscriber will sell 0',3 reasonable
J. terms, that well knomn 'TAN YARD
PROPER FY, formerly be'mnging to John
Burket, situate near the tfown of Warriors
k, Huntingdon county, containing about
acres f good mead iw land, with a
Tan souse, a Park Mi ll, a two story
Plastered Dwelling House,
a number of VATS, a g,ott well of water,
and a good garden thereon. The land is in
good tillable order, and the buildings &c in
good repair, This property poss<sses great
er aclyant.,ges in !' , gat d to location and con
venience than any other prop:it,' atilt- kind
in the country, and persons wishing go carry
on the Tanning Business will do well to call
and examine it.
The terms will be made kaown by the sub-1
scriber who lives about one mile and a half
from the premises.
June 28th 1843 —St pd.
:bats .! • • ,
L ) I'.l TEItS ..f ^n tt t n ps...
tate of 1/tn. )'osier, late o 1 ilentlerson
township, liuntingdon county, deo'd. , bane
been gr,intecl to the undersigned. All per
sons indebted to sai I est,te ro r r,rine,ted to
make immediate payment, ;mil thonc hat in ;-
claims against it will present them properly
a uth e n t ie n t,d for s••ttl..ment without delay.
DAVID YODEII, Henderson tp.
JACOB ZOOK, Minn tp.
June 14, 1843.-6 t.
EaTERS of administration on the es
tate of John Clayton, late of West
township, Huntingdon ceunty, deed., have
been granted to the undersigned. All per
sons indebted to said estate are requests ti to
make immediate payment, and those having
claims against it will present them properly
authenticated fur settlement with , of dt lay.
June 21, 1843. 6t.
El) or stolen from the
Pa premises of the subscriber,
• . on the night of the I 2th inst., a
black stud colt 2 years old, turn
ing grey about the head, two
swei Is on the near side of his neck and one
the other, a wart on the inside of the near
hind leg above the bough.
Any person returning said colt, or giving
information to the subscriber will be liber
THOMAS S. RUSSELL.
Sinking Valley Huntingdon county.
June 21, 1841 —3t. pd.
UaaaaaaM Crea)zr. ts.lllcloc.
The subscriber will offer at pantie sale at
the Ccurt House in the borough of Ilunting
don, on Friday of the first week of the next
August Cour, If not sooner disposed of at
private sale, the tract of land and premises
on which he resides, situate in Henderson
township, adjoining lands of the estate of
Abraham Vandevamtler, deed. on the east.,
Abraham Plowman on the west, and Jun!,,,t,
river cal the ,onth c.,,tn!r lug alma :
The improvements are a two s t,,e ) l og bo n ,
an.l a stahie, n small cichard. acid about 25
acres of cleared land.
Terms made ktiown nn thn day of sale.
June 7. 1849. S
SW WUSTICKS' BLANKS for tolle at
• 23 T
Phii,illelphict, July 14,
‘lTor,tl Pi.outt, per 661. - - 25
Itvv, MEAT., do. - - 337
C ,, n,0 do. d o.
WHKAT, Pcnua. per bush. - 112
do. - •65
CORN, yellow, do. - - 56
do. white, do. - . 56
OATS, do. - - 32
WilisnEV, in Ws.
11altim orr. Jilt 14.
‘I, , iIF.AT FLOUR, per - 85 25Ift
WnEAT, pea , bush. - 1 17 a 1 20
Conx, yellow, do
do. white, do
kVfiIsKEY, in bbls
Pitlsbur gh. 3ulv 13.
- - - e 4 '2.5,4 37
FLouH, per 111,1
WHEAT, per hush
WHISKEY, per gal
BLOOMS—held at s46rsso per ton ; one sal
cf 21 tons Juniata at $4B cash par money
PIG METAL—SaIes fiom $21a22 a ton;
sale of 100 tons at $21,50.
reWheat Rye, Oats, Corn and Whiskey
BANE NOTE LIST.I
Rates of Discount in Philadelphia,
Banks in Philadelphia.
Bank of North Artistica : - par
Bank of the Northern Liberties - is , '
Bank of Penn T.,wilship - - pal
Commercial Bank of Petin'a. - -1, ,
Farmers' & Mechanics' bank - - po'
K nsington bank - - - p ,i
Schuylkill bank - - - oi ,
Mechanics' bank • - - - pa ,
Phil alelphis bank
Southwark bank - - - p,,i
Moyamoising bank - - - p‘a
Matitif.:,hturer,' and Mechanics bank par
Bank .;lt Pennsylvt.nia - - - par
Girard bank 13
B ink of the United Statcs - 33
Bank of Chester co. We,tchrster Dar
Bank of Delaware co. Chester par
13. ,, ,k. of Germantown (Fertititutor,m par
lle.nk of Ma.tg'ry co. Noll'isl'Avn pal
1 1) .ylestnwn bank Doie•town par
I:',aston B ink r. &sum par
Farmers' bk of Bucks co. Bristol par
It nesthile bank Hnnestl ale 11
j Farmers' bk of . Lanc. Lancaster 4
, I,inc t t ' Jabk
1 I,tticastA i • c,,,,,,ty bank Lancaster
Bank. of Pittdmri; Pittsburg 1
i',lerch'ts' & Alanuf. bk. Pittsburg 1
Exchange bank Pittsburg 1
Do. do. branch of Hollidaysburg 1
Cora bk & bridge co. Columbia i
Eraaklin bank Washington 1
Monohgalielit lik (AB. Brownsville 2
Farmers' IA of Reading Reading i
Lebanott bank Lebanon 3
Bank of HorthumberPd Northumberland par
B ink of Middletown Middletown 3
Carlisle Lank Carlisle 3
Eric bank Erie 6
Kink of Chambersburg Charribersburg
14 in I; of Gettysburg* Gettysburg 3
York batik York 3
Harrisburg bank liarrisburg 3
Miners' bk of Pottsville Pottsville 3
lit; k .ftiosryterhianna co. Montrose 25
F tru,,rs' & Drovt:rs' Lk IVayrietlic.rougli 5
11,..k of Lewistown I.rwistown 2
Wyoming boi,k Nt'ilt,sbarre 6
Northampton lina: Allentown 85
Berk; c.oulay trai.k. licatling 70
Vest Dr.on..li brisk 'Williamsport 30
Towainfi liar k TOWalittl 85
i, Irk its. Civrnr.iltr,vl) par
- ‘VvraniP....; it i
- - - - •
;Notice to Creditors.
notice that I hove applied to the
Judges of the Court of Common Pleas of
Huntingdon county, fir the benefit of the
I.tws of this Commonwealth made for the
'llia of Insolvent Debtors, and the said
Court has appointed the 2nd Monday (and
14 day) ut August next, for the heariog of
me and my creditors, at the Court House in
the borough of Huntingdon, when and where
you may attend it you thii Ic proper,
itt*.y 12, 1843
Letters of administration on the estate of
James Tayior, lite of Antes township, Hun
tingdon county, deed, nave been grmted to
the undersigned, residing in the said town
ship. All persons indebted to the said estate
are requested to make immediate payment,
and those having claims against it will pre
sent them properly authenticated for settle
ment without delay.
ROBERT CAMPBELL, Atim'r
June 28, e 843 —6.
CHAIRS ! CHAIRS ! !
The subscriber is now prepared to furnish
every description of CHAIRS, from tl -
plain kitchen to the most splendid and
Ramble one for the parlor. Also
LUXURIOUS A ND EASY CHAIR
FOR THE 1.VrA.1,11),
in which the feeble and afflicted invalid,
though unable to weak even with the aid of
crutches, may w;th case move himself from
room to romn, tnrough the garden and in
the street, with great rapidity.
'Pint, whit ale about going to hauseketp
lag, will ?intl it to their advantage to give
him a whilst the Sttn!ewt and Gentle
man of lektme are sure to f,Ad in his newly
Ittvented Revolving Chair, that comfo r t
whi r l, no other mimie of the kind is capable
of affording. Ceontry merchants :md ship
pers Can be suphi,c.l w qu ,r,tity at
A •kNI Ni , DONCU3II,
No. 115 tlunth Scomf,l s.rert, two doors
below Dock. Poita.lelpitia.
Mity 31, 1843.--•1 yr.
JUNT received, and for sale, wholesaie
and retail, a larze .uppl v of Doctor
istar's Batson; of II Cherry —alio.
Houck's Panacea. nt the H uniingdmi Drug
Tilr.. l '3, IZr A rt.
r.hear and Caloinct Jrlaking.
WHORL % 3 ADANA,
It espcc tft:lly orms the
if I itnithirden and sirinity, that
pt, liei, r.,.ticed the a 1..,
, „,„ 'in , . • a ,
all their vitriol
, ii occupied 1)),
I II • 1,, b• , •nr as e. dials' shop,
.Ipposite ii. tt 1
Ail birds ci Co r t ?kr en the
the shortest nutter, warr,etrd to he good,
and will be given in fur all /dues
of e, ultry produei•, at: vi - . 1," cheap fc.r C 391 .,
Coffins nude 5i11....
June 7, 1842.
csa az.) 6:3 CID 22`.-31,
The reancctfully informs Ida
friend',• and the public generally, that he stilt
continuea the merchandising in the I corn for
merly occupied by the more f Madden
Lutz, in Shirleysburg. and 5011i:its a contin
uance of tlieir favor,. He has also creetefi.
for tie rognofartore of STONE
IF.AHTIi ‘,‘ rkitE. lik ware hns t
well tested and proven to be inferior te nor, •
in the country. Merchants will find it on
:ttivnlitage in supplying thcM3elvcs at
establishment. tt rms Will he '
to the thin,. Orders from a distance v. 7 • •
strictly and promptly :Attended to. I'l, • .
ful fur past favors, he sulic3t.sn shire of 7, • -
lic patronage. 1011 N 1...;T!
Shirleyslturg, Juni: 7, 154:3.--tf.
To SICK AND AFTLICTF.I)
7 - 1 0 :.: 1 3 )
i i t e ., t i ti v r
n o e t c .
Hill street, nt xt to the Bridge. Where Me
dicine and advice can be had tnr any of
Alicting diseases that affect the human ,ys
t era. MI letters addresst d to Docter 1',,: •
I:*^Mtist he post paid.
- - •
I: it mere thou, a 'car sin;:e I aispo
57 , 1 ft , ' Huntin,, ,, don Journal," tnd du
i ring t;int time, I hove been writirg
r•~:rny, upon tlinst ulio are in TrIV ticir, tar
subsciiptian and advertising. I have been
I living no promises; and what is mare. these
to wom am indebted, leave been ()blister:,
to take prom ,sts• from me; and they fib ,
myself, arc getting nut of patience with this
hind of a credit system. ' Now by way rf
I a hint I wish to say to till who know thral
-1 selves to be in arrears tome., that /must ha v,
my Grc9unts closed ; and there is another
part of the story—l vent.. I am na:. 019,-
s ' tie be illnatured, but mind I roll _on
I ; (
i'm out of moneyLicarly nut of eretlit2
and a settlerrent must be had between this
and August Court—or well I wont say
'hat. A. W. BENEDICT.
164 3 .--tae.
administrator's .1 Nice.
E'l'i 1;S of rOmmistration ntt the
44.41 estate of John Scullin, late of the
route of P,teesburg, Iluntingdon co., dec . o
have been granted to the undersigned. All
persons indebted tothe said estate are reques
ted to matte immediate payment, and those
having claims nalinist it will present titrrn
properly authenticated for settlement with
' out cletiy.
June 14, 1843.—Gt.
ol adininistra:ion on the
estate of Jacob Ilegie, late of. Tell
township, 'Huntingdon county, dec'ri.,
have been granted to the underpigned.—..
All per s ons indebted to the ,aid estate
recjoested to 111 A., ilrant.,"i;o? Histren-,
thol, Ire t.;nor cl,4lms nailigt . It 'Will
t!,:zleitt wlti7nnt fle!ar
W. NEIL y., Adm
tr , vl,lol‘. May 24. 1343 ---1 pd.
Xa. too M Alth7RT BTRI;ET,.
(Above Bth Street . ;
h 11 adel pkim,
BomtDING ($lOO DA V.
001-1 E subscliber, thankful for the lib; 7,0
support of his friends :old the pnYic
generally, respectlhlly informs them that h e
still continues at the old established lhatse.
where he will be pleased occorrunndat,
all those who favor hirs with their T*tronne.
(HR ISTIAN BROWER.
Dec. 14, 1842.-I.f.
bi the Cowl o f C071i714;1 Plea 4 of: Hun
thl scion County.
Enoch 141'0 ;ay. N. 196 Ncv,mt
vs. ber Term, 18 , 12.
Eliz.tbetlt M'Geary, Pluries Salvo:no for
the sectrad Monday of Atti;ust 1841
On Vat, Petition of the above named Enoch
. presented at November Term
184:„ praying to be divorced from the hones
at matrimony entered in'," with Elizabeth.
..9 (:e Court grant a Pluries Subpoena
as above stated. directed to the said Lli7.2^
be ,h IWGeary, eemmanding her, that set
%mg aside all other business and rxruses
' whatsoever she be and appear in h er own
proper person before the Judges at Hunting
don at a Court of C alumna Pleas there to be
aein in and for the said county on the 14th
day of August neKt, to answer the petition of
the said Enrich. mitt shew cause why the said
Enoch her ltuslsand sheuld not be divorced
from the bonds of niattim , ny ogreenlily to
the art of assembly in such oat made and
JOHN S/L4VEII, Shciiff.
June 7, 1843. 4t.
ESTATE?. OF 11OBF.RT THOMPSON,
At an Orpl r Omit held at My:tint:don
en the second Monday of April 1:14.3, h rule
was granted vpun the heirs and legal rr;•re
sentatives 0 Robert Thompson, I•tterl Dot
1;1 township. dect'd., to come into Cmai
the second Nionday rf August nex, n
accept or refuse the real estate of said ti , c
at the valuation thereof,
June 7, 1843.
JOHN SHAVER, }T.
jrl.B 1 r"eived 50 keg. of Vivre. 1% !,!
in oil, and a 14 , r+ , ..i•r1i , ISE"r
mert or ,