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Persons having accounts of one year's standing
at this office, for advertising or job printing, ore re
quested to pity the same besrc tl:e end of the ensu
ing August Court.
July 12, 1843.—te.
cr,OATS and CORN will be taken, at 11,,
market price ; in payment of subscription and job
bing due this offer:.
July 12, 1843.-tf:
By Divine perrnis,ion the Rev. N. Lernen, of the
Methodist Protestant Church, will preach in the
Old Court House, in Mullin!,lon, nt 4 o'clock in
t he afternoon of Bunday the Gth of Atunt4 next.
There are six sales, wide)) wereomitted List week,
advertised in this pap,
three on the fointh t) which we call et:ention.
The 17ninn Tempt
Ilendcrsou lown,1!; 1 , to I
to an appund
(in Vv't,t tot,liship)
' !licit had Veen
meta at the We-t
when they tbund th,
done by the Comm
Why the door was 10r;, , ,1 .nmitht us is mom
we know.—We Imant Imwfvor, that it was done on
account of had Minviem mulcted ~11 the previous
night of meeting, whirit t, as .l cue 1 tl j We !WOW thst
there was no bad heha Mur on that night by the
w , . , hingtonians. WI, did tint those mencome
out um' our lariviour mid not 'n 1 r •
from the report. ot " , !,(
, • • •• . yell bons who name
there on toot ingt,t t0 , ,0.r0 t •:,
we are led to 1,, , 11, , r, their la riaqt. • Be'3 no!
us that they did no: ta hear t.r !mow thClA[ils
but rather to erleoure,,e l.;;> s in their disgrace
ful behaviour. How that matter is we know not, fur
ther than may be judged by their aetions—the re. -
ponsibility of shuttio4 the door ogai.t the Wash
iirrtoniar.s, is I them to settle at the bar of
their own CO, •: • • . and look the drunkard's wife
in the face as I;.• .! c•oy—tar wire not len, how
ever, withou: u.l even in West township;
we were kum!y ;;: .! I;;; `.lr. George Hite Mimi('
our meeting - i!, i.. I:Ouse, which was near, and we
did so. Then• Ie ! a spirited meeting, when we
appointed ono;'. s s!lgg to he held in his barn on
Friday ceelur, lib, V, hen the meeting ad
journed to na .; ~ o It"aturiloy July lot., at the Union
Sehoobhouse, ill Henderson township, where the
door has never yet been shut against any thing good.
liv order of the Society.
\ViLLIAM PORTER, Jr.,
Serious feat, arc entertained that the continued
rain of the past lcav days will completely damage
the wheat. We teas many complaints of mildew.
and the cut grain is raid to be rprouting. As ear
write, however, Monday evening, the sky tea. clear
ed, and there is a fair prospect of good weather.
From the 10th up to this day, the 18th, this city
and vicinity has been deluged with rain. To-day
the weather is clear and hot, and we propose that it
shall continue so until the crops are got in. Most
of the wheat in this vicinity, we understand, would
have been cut and placed out of harm's way before
this, but for the rain; how far i t has been injured
by standing, and how much by ,u,t we knew not.
Peaches, which in Newcastle county have become
almost as much a staple as wheat we understand are
flourishing finely.—Dcf. Stoic Jintrurd.
a in getting housed
A few of our Carmel
their hay and Mediterranean W....at, but the great
hotly of grain is yet anent, or standing in shocks,
and being day after day umnereifolly rained upon.
A moat ruinous htt , laess this tar the farmers.—
&dein, (N. J.) Mlt/aid,
The wheat crop in Montgom
is said in the Rockville Journal, will yi2!d the lhr
noir a rich reward for his labor.
Correvondenee of the Journal of Commerce
SYRACUSE, J uly 1.1 ,
The season has been very thvorablo in this cur
tion for the youtn; crops. Them has been no lack
of rain, and vegetation looks well. There is every
appearance of inn an average yield,
We find the following complaint a3airbit thi
Globe in the Madionian
The efforts of the Globe to destroy the Demo
cratic party, by causing dissensions in its ranks, and
by its efforts to prevent those ftont uniting with it
whose whole lives had been denoted to its success,
but who could not follow Mr. Van Buren and a few
nitro letulces in their wild and visionary schemes,
excite the astonishment of every observing man.—
The Federal newspapers arc delighted at the lire
brands which Blair is scattering around him, and
quote and comment upon his coarse and vulgar as
persions of the President and his Cabinet with great
satisfaction. They have the wit to sec that nothing
can be more propitious to the (2111.18 C of Mr. Clay and
the Bank, than the sue.. of Blair's maniac course.
men who voted against Mr. Van Buren in
1840, can be kept boas voting for the Democratic
candidate in 1841, Mr. Cloy will he elected by nine
teen Stated out of twenty six. If a large portion, I TO Ta.I.7IERS.
say ono half, can be so olinded and disgusted by ! rgo HE subscribes' will sell on reasonable
the intolerance and arrogance of Blair, as to refuse J. terms, that well known TAN YARD
any support to the party that countenances him, the PROPERTY, formerly belonging to John
moult is the same—Mr. Clay will be elected." Bur ket, situate near the town of Warriors-
Now we do not core one button about the quarrel k, Huntingdon county, containing about
between these two rapid papers. It is with them 4 gar's "i goad me'ici"' hatd , with a
pull, Dick, pull—the other on. But it is al- Tan House, a Dark Mill, a two story
ways worth while to mark the progress of those Plastered Dwelling lionise,
who start on false principles. a number of VATS, a grind well of water,
and a good garden thereon. The land is in
The Madisonian is now crying aloud against the go d tillable order, and the buildings &c in
Globe for disturblug the party;" while less than a good repair. This property possesses great
the same paper was calling upon the pro• er advantages in regard to location and con
ple to rally, and form a third party, separate and d vettience than any other propel ty of the kind is- •
In the country, and persons wishing to cavil , '
fillet from the other two parties. Not succeeding] o n the Tanning Business will du well to call
in that, it in now attempti% to occupy the ground and examine it.
The terms will be made known by the .
of the old Loeofoco party ;gird when they complain,
scriber who lives about one mile and a halt
t paper, litre the hedge hog in the fable, that was from the premises,
warming itself in the cave of the Satyr, advice, JOHN SPANOGLE, Jr.
those to mote that find thmioelves uncomfortable. Jotw 1,3
On the Lea day of June, the State Treasurer
3.:..~ ~ ~
eanaelled Ow amount of Mt May issues required by
law, 1,,in1. fifty thousand dollars, issued by the fol-
lowing Banim, to wit :
Erie Bank, f 21.000 00
Merchants' and Nand's' Bic,
Pittsburg, 12,000 00
Aloyamensing Bank, Phila. 1,400 00
Towanda Dank, 2,100 00
Manufacturers' and Mecleg Bank,
Philadelphia, 2.400 00
Northampton Bank, 1,700 00
l'enn Township Bank, 4,000 00
Barks County Bank, 3,700 00
West Branch Bank, 1,200 00
C stEsTrAr..—We are favored just at present, with
a splendid planetary display—for which our clear
nights are especially adapted. Jupiter is in full blaze,
rising at about 10 o'clock, and traversing the Con
stellation Capricornus ; with a glass of very moderate
power his four statellities may be seen. Saturn,
quite as large but paler, and shining with a milder
and more steady light, is in Sagittarius, some 35 de ,
grees above the horizon in aS. E. direction. Mars,
red and fiery, is farther South in Scorpio, near Ant
ares, and is nearer the earth than he has ventured
before for many years. The trio make a brilliant
A gentleman who lett the Mormon city of Nau
voo, a few days since, informs the editor of the
Cincinnati Chronicle, that of the 15,000 persons
who make up the population of Native°, about one
third are of various religious denominations. The
arrest of the leader, Joe Smith, had caused great ex
citement and he confirmed the previous statement
that two parties of armed Mormons had left the
city for the rescue of Smith while on his way to
Springfield, Illinois. He adds that all the gunpow
der in Nauvoo had been made into hall cartridges,
and even the women had been actively engaged its
casting balls, and makitsg cartridges.
Union, made at tlieftr.the American Temperance
in May, shows the foltowitig•rceting at New York
the importation of brandy, wino ann"gling. off h,
1:14 year. The report gives the importation in'n
first quarters of 1842 and 1843 at the port of New
Quarter casks of brandy
Pipes of brandy -
Half pipes of brandy 2,034 38
Butts and pipes of wine 295 27
Hogsheads and IS-pipes of wine 2,318 197
Quarter corks and bbls. of wine 7,042 1,347
Boxes of wine 6,358 227
Pipes of Gin
BLACK Pls.—A school of black fish entered
Barnstable harbor onquesday of last week, and 95
out of 98 were captured by the inhabitants, who
attacked them with pitchforks, scythes, axes, some
old lances, a bayonet lashed to a pole, &c. The
sport lasted from noon until SP. M. The hunters
:numbered about sixty, many of whom were far
. niers, and but little acquainted with the game.—
' Their success, however, was beyond their expecte
ti.ms. The fish are expected to yield about a barrel
of oil each.
The Miner's Journal states, that the intended
military encampment at Pottsville will be the Ira
, gest ever held in the State--besides the companies
in the neighborhood amounting to nine, the corn
: mince have received information that several com
panies from the City, four from Reading, three from
• Hamburg, and several others front different points
have determined to be present. They can count
positively upon twenty four independent of any
that may came from the City and other places,
where invitation has been given and no answer
underdand that the command of the En.
campment has been tendered to Con. R. H. Ham.
mond, of Milton, end that he has accepted of it.
Lowm.L.—They make nearly a million and a
(puler yank of cot' ,n cloth at Luwell per week,
ouuty, Aid, i
employ 9000 operative
Z. The trial of Marks John Allison, for the
murder of Mary Thompson, in May last, took place
in Philadelphia, last week. The defendant was ac
(Cr- I' a the r Miller writes to brother Hine (bathe
thinks the cud of the world will be posponed till uf-
ter the autumnal equinox,
GOOD DuslNEss.-There WU born on board a
steamboat on a trip from Cincinnati to Pittsburg,
seven pigs, one calf, one baby,
The Camp Meeting, tot' the Trough Cm, k
circuit of the Methodist Protestant C hurch,
will commence on Friday, August the 25th,
near Chilcoatstown, on the hind of Daniel
Kurfman. rhe friends of Camp Meetings
1 the different religious denominations, are
i.,,pectfully invited to tent on the ground
during the Meeting.
\V M: FISHER 1. MUG ll'l'
LENI EN F. SMITH
WILSON 3. ELIAS
July 26, 1843.
RYA I c l i t u " s e 0t
a„d su tl Y dfi ni
o„i t s .a ,
issued out of the Court of Common Pleas
of Huntingdon county, and to the direc
ted, will be exposed to public sale, at the
court house in the borough of fl outing
don, on Monday the 14th day of August,
1843, the following property, viz:
All that certain furnace for smelting
iron ore, named and called n Chester Fur•
nace," a casting house, bridge house and
t0:1 house, erected and situate on the fol
lowing described lot or piece of ground—
beginning at a gum tree, thence north
forty-four degrees east twenty-two per•
dies to a stump, thence south thirty de
guess west, thirty-three perches to a
stump, thence south fifty-two degrees
east nineteen perches to a stuinp, thence
mirth forty•two di-grees west, twenty-two
perches to the place of beginning, lying
and in Cromwell township, in the
county of Huntingdon, and being part of a
tract of land which teas conveyed to the
said Joel Pennock & George W. Pennock,
by John Potts and wife, by deed dated
24th May, 1837.
Seized, taken in execution, and to be
sold as the property of Joel Pennock.
All th.it lot and a half of ground situate
on the northerly side of the Turnpike
[toad, in the borough of Gaysport, in the
couuty of Huntingdon, fronting 9U feet on
the said road, and extending back at right
angles to same to the bank of the Juniata
river, bounded on the east by a lot of
Peter Boles, and on the west by a lot of
Jacoii Le . x, having thereon erected three
brick buildings fronting the whole breadth
of said lot and a half, on the Turnpike
Road and frame stable, the back part of
said lot of ground adjoining the river is
protected by a wharf eight feet high.
Seized, taken in execution, and to be
sold as the property of John Bauslough.
The one undevided half part of u t
s".rveel olland, situate in Franklin tow,.
318 acreu• -.lion county, containing about
d ”ie more or less, boun
dec by lands
acres of which are rleareu
dwelling houses. one triune and 'Mc PI )
of hen c;1 legs, and a Irame barn and othe
buildings and an apple orchard thereon.
Seized, taken in execution, and to be
sold as the property of John Ewing, with
notice to Martin Bates and other terre
JOHN SHAVER, Sl u
Sheriff's Office, Hunting
dun, July 26,1843.
0 As much difficulty has arisen in
making Sheriff's sales by reason of per.
sons bidding who are 'trouble, or who fail
to the pay amount of their respective put,
IS HEREBY GIVEN, that in all cases, when
the purchase money does nut exceed
$3O 09, the whole amount of the purchase
most be paid immedietely into the hands
of the Sheriff; and if the purchase exceeds
th,it sum, then the amount (viz : $5O 00,)
'oust ht. paid into the hands of the Sheriff
immediately after the property is thicken
down and the payment of the balance ar
re,ntged with the Sheriff and fully secured
to be paid, to his saasfartioq ; or else the
property w:II he again put up and sold.
This rule will po,itively he strictly ad
hered to, and purchasers, whither able to
pay, or not, will do well to observe it, if
they wish to hold the property stricken
down to them at their respective bids.
JOHN Silk VER, She'.
July 26, 1843.
, F, — .:3Uatm,d2 9, sts
GERJMN RENOYATEVG PILLS.
kre a vegetable and efficacious remedy in
AHi aunts of the Liver, Asthma, Plurisy,
Colds, Coughs, Weakness of the Breast, Pain
in the Head, Breast and Side, Diarrhoea,
Dysentery, &c., &c.
LIFT OF AGENTi.
Fisher & M'Murtrie, Huntingdon
Alex. Knox & Son Newry.
W. & 13. Lens, Shirley MAI g.
Dands O'Conner, Three Springs.
Blair & Ntidden, Madden's Mill.
Hunter & Wigton, Rockhill Furnace.
'Thomas E.Orbison & Co., Orbisonin
Brice X. Blair, Shade Gap.
No foreign testimony in favor of these Pills
is adduced ; but certicatea are presented
trem citizens of our own comity.
No. 1. From John B. Logan, Three
I have used the German Renovating Pills
prepared by 1)1.. Shade, with the utmost
satisfaction. Every member of my family
GREAT and SDIALL, have been bencfitted
more or less by them.
JOHN B. LOGAN.
July Ist 1843.
No. 2. From Capt. Hudson of Shade Gap.
I have for a long period labored under In
flammatory Rheumatism. I was induced to
use the German Renovating Pills. and with
entire success. W. A. HUDSON.
July 12, 1843.
LICE is hereby given, that Letters
testamentary 011 the last will and tes
tament of Samuel Finlay, late of Dublin town
ship, Huntingdon county, deed., have been
granted to the subscribers. till persons there
tore indebted to the estate of said dec'd. , are
requested to make immediate pays , . • •
all having churns to present them -
thenticated for settlement, to
JAMES CREE, Jr.
June 21, 1343.-6 t.
lUPUST received 50 kegs of " Pure White
Lead" in oil, and a general assort
ment of Naik, which will be sold at low
a CZ - 3
it * e 7 , 2 .
NOTICE is herebygivem to all persons
concerned, that the following na
med persons have settled their accounts in
the Register's Office at llontingdon, and
that the said accounts wall be presented
fur confirmation and allowance at an Or-
Owns' Court to be held at Huntingdon, in
awl for the county of Huntingdon. on
Wednesday the 16th day of August next,
1. Jacob Dopp, otiminktrator of the es
tate of John Hopp, late of Hopewell
2. Henry Miller, surviving administra
tor of the •state of Pull• ker, late of the
borough it Huntingdon, deed,
3. Thomas W. Neely. administilitor
pe , derile lite of the estate of F.
Jamison, late of Dublin township, clee'd.
4. Barbara Nl'Mullin,administratrix of
the estate of William AVNI ullin, late of
Tell township, deed.
5. John Ullery and Samuel Calvin, E-q.
Hxecutors ut the last will and testament of
William Holliday, late of Frankstown
6. James Thompson and William Cald
well, Executors of the last will and testa
ment of Thollla9 IWNlillett, late of Tyrone
7. Thomas Postlethwaite and John Pos
t lath waite, Administrators or the estate of
Elizabeth Postlethwaite, late of Shirley
8. Tl;onnis Pustlethwaite, Guardian of
the minor children of Jonathan Doyle, late
ut Shirley township, dee'd.
9. Joseph APCune, Esq., acting E X ec t .,
for or the last will and testament of Peter
Stetley, late of Frankstown (now Blair)
10 Juhn Postlethwaite, Administrator
of the estate of David Taylor, late of
Henderson tow d e ed.
11. Moses ItoMs..o, Administrator of
the estate of William Dean, late of the
!-, Atrica and George Taylor,
..tdmintstrators of the estate of
Julia Patton, Esq., late of Walker towns
JOHN REED, Register,
don, My 19, A. D. 1643.
PETER Lit —ll 0T E , 1 1
Respectfully informs the PA.
county, and the public generally, that ..
removed to and opened a Public House
that large and commodious brick building
situate at the centre of the Diamond, former
ly occupied by C. Couts, where the ~ w ay
worn traveller " will find every attention that
will minister to his convenience and comfort.
His TABLE will receive his especial atten
tion, and shall always be abundantly supplied
with the best to he had in the county.
His BAR is furnished with the choicest
Wines and Liquors.
His STABLING is the best in the place,
and the mist careful and attentive ostlers
will always be in attendance ; and the HOST
pledges himself to make every exertion to
render his house a “home" to all who may
favor him with a call. The stranger and
the friend may rest asrured that if a desire
to please be successful he doubts not his suc
cess. He tenders his thanks to his old cus
tomers for past favors, and respectfully so
licits a continuance of their patronage.
(0- BOARDERS will be taken by the
year, month or week.
July 12, 1843.-6 m.
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 apporti , n the balance no
the account and in the hands of Daniel Afri
ca, & George Taylor. Esqrs., assignees of I.
& J. S. Harrell, to and among their pteler
red creditors agreeably to their deed of assign
moment, will attend for that purpose at the
office of Bell &Orbison, in the borough of
Huntingdon. on Friday the 4th day of August
next, (1843,) at 2 o'ctock, P. M.
JACOB MILLER, Auditor.
July 12, 1843.
The subscriber will offer at public sale at
the Court House in the borough of Hunting
don, on Friday of the first week of the next
August Court, If not sooner disposer' of at
private sale, the tract of laud and premises
on which he resides, situate in Henderson
township, adjoining lands of the estate of
Abraham V indevauder, dec'd. on the east,
Abraham Plowman on the west, and Juniata
river on the south containing about
The improvements are a two stor) log house
an., a stabie, a small orchard, and about 25
acres of cleared land.
Terms made known on the day of sale.
ALEX. .1 AC 0 BS.
June 7, 1843.
E ITERS of administration on the es
tate of Dim. Yoder, late of Henderson
township, Huntingdon county, deed., have
been granted to the undersigned. All per
sons indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment, and those havin;
claims against it will present them properly
authenticated for setth meat without delay.
DAVID 'YODER, Henderson tp.
JACOB ZOOK, Mem) tp.
June 14, 1843.-6 t.
; ; ur administration ontlrys-
tiuntingdon - ciamiy, deed., have
been granted to the undersigned. All per
sons indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment, and those having
claims against It will present them properly
authenticated fur settlement without (May.
MAR N. CLAYTON,
June 21, 1841
John Clayton, hilt, of West
I THE MARKETS.
foolticLuti.o %.• ELEty ..1
l'it , l,drlphia, July 14.
11 1 Wit KAT 1 , t.otnt, per 1,1,1. - - - .15 t 25
lIVK MEAL, do. - - - - 3C7
ColtN (to, do.
WHEAT, psime Penna. per bui.ll. - - 1 12
It IrE do. - - - C.,
COltN, yellow, 'I.. - - - SG
do. white, do. - - - 56
OATs, do. - ---- 32
WnisKEY, in bls.
/Ball itnorf, July 14.
WnEAT Lou ix, per bbl. -*5 2.5 1 a -
Wit AT, per hush. - 1 17 a I 20
CORN, yellow, do. - - - 54
Will:A:Ey, in bbls.
Pillsbursh, Jolly I 1.
Ftmt:n, per kb!.
‘VHEAT, per lay,ll
WHISKEY, per gal
Btooms—held at s46as3o per um ; one sal
of 21 tons Juniata at $4B rash par mem,.
PIG METAL—SaIes hour $21a22 a (Ca ;
sale of 100 tons at ; 4 21,50.
/'Wheat Rye, Oats, Corn and Whiskey
Pat cs of Discount in Philadelphia.
ranks in rhiladelphia.
Bank of North America - -
Bank of the Northern Liberties -
Bank of Penn Township - -
Commercial Bank of lienn'a. -
Farmers' & Mechanics' bank - -
Kensington bank - -
Schuylkill bank - - .
Mechanics' bank • - - -
Philadelphia bank - - -
Southwark bank - - .
Western bark - - -
Moyamensing bank - -
Manufacturers' and Mechanics' bank
Bank of Pennsylvania - - -
Girard bank - - - _
Bank of the United States
Bank of Chester co. Westchester
Bank of Delaware co. Chester
Bank of Germantown Germantown
Bank of Montg'ry co. Norristown
Doylestown batik Doylestown
Easton Bank E tston
Farmers' bk of Bucks co. Bristol
Honesdale hank Honesdale
Farmers' bk of Lanc. Lancaster
Lancaster bank Lancaster
Lancaster county bank Lancaster
Bank 14 Pittsburg Pittsburg 1
Merch'ts' & Manuf. bk. Pittsburg 1
Ilf i lenge bank Pittsburg 1
F M a t irt m te h i g •stk en - cc . l°l:f t' -il i 4 ;: ' , "l , l l .i i l i it L Y "t b o bt n ." 1 delministrator's A Wien
I Lebanon bank ••••
Bank of Northumt,....pd ." N T,V' sville 2 i 1 ~.K.A.JI II" '- e "S'iliErgs cf administration NI the
Bank of Middletown ~,,,..`",‘l 4. . 3 lough of Petersain ,-,, _Whit, late of the Bo-
Carlisle bank cAlLto w,, ' ~,,,1 hate been granted to the t0...010 n co., dce'd.
Erie bank Erie - persons indebted CO the said estate a... 4 mi
Bank of Chambersburg Chambersburg t I lit , to make immediate payment, and tfii; ..
Bank of Gettysburg Gettysburg 3 ,l,o oeriyiaitns against it will present them
York hank York 3 I ' ••1 , enticated for settlement with.
Harrisburg bank Harrisburg 3
Miners' bk of Pottsville Pottsville 3
Balk ..f Susquehanna CI). Montrose 25
F timers' & Drovers' bk ‘Vaynesborough 5
Bank ..f Lewistown Lewistown 2
Wyoming bark Wilkesbarre 6
Northampton bark Allentown 85
Brills county bark Beading 70
West Branch bark Williamsport 30
• Towanda bat k Towanda 85
Rates of Relief Notes.
Northt•rn Liberties Delaware Cronty, Far- 1
viers' Bar kof :ruc ks, Germantown par
Bet ha Comity, Waynesburg., Erie,Tcwancla,
Aloyamenging, Man. & Mechanics, Mid- I
diet wit, Northampton, Wyoming 3.131
All others - - • - - 343 I
Notice to Creditor&
T:.!, notice that 1 have applied to the
Judges of the Court of Common Pleas of
Huntingdon crusty, for the benefit of the
l a w s of this Commonwealth made for the
relief of Insolvent Debtors, and the said
Court has appointed the 2nd Monday (and
14 day) , 4* August next, for the hearing of
me aim my creditors, at the Court House in
the borough of Huntingdon, when and where
you may attend it you this is proper.
July 12, 1843.
Letters of administration on the estate of I
Jason Taylor, late of Antes township, nun-
tingdon county, dec'd, save been granted to
the undersigned, residing in the said town
ship. All persons indebted to the said estate
are request,il to make immediate payment,
and those having claims against it will pre
sent them properly authenticated for settle
mutt without delay.
ROBERT CANIPBEL.I., Aduer
June 28, v 843.-6.
CHAIRS! CHAIRS! !
The subscriber is now prepared to furnish
every description of CHAIRS, f r om the
plain kitchen to the most splendid and fash
ionable one tar the. parl o r. Also the
LUXURIOUS A A'D EASY
I'OR THE INVALID,
in which the feeble and afflicted invalid,
than,th unable to walk even with the aid ot
crutche.., may with ease move himself Iron
room to room, through the garden Ina', it, Orphans , Court Xotice.
the street, with great rapidity.
I',s, ATE OF ROBLuir TnomrsON, DEC'
Those who are going to housekeep
ing, will find it to their advantage to give At 1,0 Orplit'lls' Court held at untingd
him a call, whil,t the Student and Gentle- on the secotal I‘.l tatty of April 1893, art
man of lei-ore are sure to tint in his newly I was Granted upon the hells and legal min
invented Retia!ving Chair, that comfort setouti yes or Hubert Thompson, late el Dr
wh i ch on ()the ,. „ tide ~f ,h, c „ 1 ,,,b1 e lin tow nshm. dec'd., to come into Court
of tilThriling. Country merchants :ilia ship- the second Monday of ugust Pt xt,
pert can be supplied with any cputi.tity at accept or refuse the real estate of said dec .
short notice. at the valuation thereof.
ABRAHAM McDONOUGII, JOHN SI - LiVER, Shelf,
No. 113 South Second street, two doors June 7, 1813. 4t.
below Dock, PhiladOphia. ----
May 31, 1843.--1 yr. II WICKS VEGETABLE LLY
.4./EAT, for sprains and rhun
JUNT received, and tor sale, wholesale :ism, just received and for sale at I
and retail, a large supply of Doctor drug store of T. K. Simonton. Alas
‘Vistar's Buloani oj 11 rid Carry fresh supply of Mucks Panacea.
Ilouck'e Pa nuceu, at the Huntingdon Drug T. E. SIJIGNTON, Agent.
Store. '1'11o . ,:. READ. Iluntipgdyn Oct.., I ';A:2.
Chair cm! orabinft .Ilatiii
'll'EfrflAti A DA:fl;ki,
i i , f , I
i fu i n , t ii c i ,,
g i cl , , a ct i i w z . i ., i c al
e c t i , it:i i i , i t i , t y , , ,f , ( 1 ,, i
, businesses in all their vario.
' ' / rranclics ' in the slop occupied I,
' Ilia) the 1.0,t bear,. ::. Chair Oil"
Orpf,lte Geo. Jaclisen's hold.
All kinds of WN'k 171,',C to older at tli
the shortest ounce, waryLlitrd to he goo,
and will be given iii exchulige fur all kiln'.
of cr %Lary produce, atid very cheap fur cast,
tiiffiiis made on si , , hi,
Jute: 7, lii4::.
The sultsr.rii.er respectfully informs Li
frierrls and the public generally, that he sti;
continues the tnerelbonlising th, loom
Overly t erupted by the sure c.l Maddyn P.
Lutz, in Slit: leyshurg, and sJlielts a eolith,
Hance of their favors. Ile has also erc cted
I , a. the mancifactime 1-3 TUN 1. am!
LAIITLIEN 11 His wit- lc,,
well tested and proven to be inferior to ncio.
in the country. Merchants will find it sol
advantage in supplying themselves ..t tIO•
estublishnrut. IL. Li es trill be shital•;::
to the times. Orders tint a distance
itrictly and promptly attended to. .1 k•
MI for past favors, he suite:its a share ra ',b
in: patronage. JOHN
Siiirlevsburg, June 7. 1543. --tf.
TO TIIK SICK AND A FFLICTE
TI to KtOI3Zatal—THAT
DOCTOR Paißc l
M A I AS returned to Huntingdon, alai
ARP opened fin (Mice in the first house in
Hilt street, next to the Bridge. Where Me
dicine and advice can be had tor any of the
afflicting diseases that affect the human '}--
tern. All letters addressed to Doctor Pur
cell, Kr Must be post paid.
Huntingdon. May 17, 11;43.---1 t'.
Pur l A. E i RIENDLY HINT.
par It is now more than a year since I dispn-
Par sed of the Motive:in Journal," and du
-13 ring all that time,l have been writing p a_
33' tieidly, upon tho se who are in my debt, for
subscription and :advertising. 1 have been
„ ar j living on promises ; and what is more, those
L at . j to whom I am indebted, have been obliged
par j to take yironzises' front me ; and they like
pat myself, are getting nut of patience with this
par kind of a credit system.' Now by way of
p „,. a hint I wish to say to all who know them
-1,„,. selves to be in arrears to me, that I must have
14 , toy accounts closed ; and there is another
. . 4 " part of the story—l w ILL. 1 am not dispo
sed to be illnatured, but mind 1 tell you all,
I am out of money—nearly out of credit—
and a settlement must be had between this
and August Court--or well I wont say
what. A. W. BENEDICT.
Huntingdon, May 3, 1843.—tac.
estate of Jacob Ilegie,
iownship, It untine,don couniy, dec'tl
have been granted to the undersi.zned.—
Al l persons indebted to the said estate tit
requested to make immediate pay men
and those havity. claims against it toil
present them dui . ; authenticated fur set
dement without delay.
THUS. W. NEELY, Adm'r
rh,411 , , tnwn.hii , Alay 24, 1843.-1 pd.
.No. COO M APART STREET,
(Above 6th Street)
ilad elph fa.
BOARDING $l,OO PER DAY.
SHE subscriber, thankful for the libeta
%file support of his friends and the public
generally, respectfully informs them that h
still ciao:haws at the old established house
where he will be pleased to accommodat
all those %, ho favor hint with their patronage
Dec. 11, 18.12.—tf.
LINT OF LIE'rTEICS
rf)EMAINING in the Post Oilier at Mullin
44. don, Pa., July lot 1843. Ilnot called for pr
vious to the lot of October next they will be sent
the General Port Office as dead letters.
Bell S. David Matson A. James
Daily Mrs. Juno Morris Mrs. Elizabeth
Boat Owen Porter Robert
Canuee George Stevens Oliver
Creswell Mathew Sankey Miss Julian
Chutman Jacob Steel James 15
Egan Bernard Sellers P. William
Gorsuch John Smith A. William care
Gilbert Thomas 1)r. Shoenherger
Jordan Miss Catharine Thomson John, turner
J uekston Henry \Valhwc Thomas care
Johnston Andrew John Houck
Irons David Warick William
Mulkelp Patrick Witherow John
Moore lames Wells George
Moore Rev. John Wolf Lorenzo
DAVID SNARE, P. M.
,Ely 5, 190.
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