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Illsentingdon, Aug. ao, I 543.
Advertisement. mud be handed in on Tuesday
morning before 9 o'clock to insure their insertion in
next morning's paper.
cc). OATS and CORN will be taken, at the
market price, in payment of subscription and job
bing due title office.
July 12, 1843.—tf.
The following Ticket was agreed upon by the
Anti-Porter branch of the Locofoco party of this
county, on Tuesday evening, the 15th inat.
For Assembly :
Tuosuss P. CamEEELE, Esq. of Huntingdon.
EDWARD BELL, Esq. of Ante. township.
}hoar M'Mtru.nr, of Tyrone tp. for 1 year.
Capt. JOON SrzwEnT of Barree tp. for 3 years.
Dunste Buoy, Esq. of Huntingdon.
CONORLSSIONAL Coxranzas—B. F. Bell, Sam'',
Isett, Junes Murphy and Dr. J. Forney.
Delegates to Convention to nominate Canal
Commissioners—Thaddeus Bank., EEL. and Ei
Senatorial Delegate (recommended) John B.
The Hollidaysbnrißegister of last week says:—
" Our military friends are busily engaged in prepa
rations for the Grand Encampment to be held at
this place in October, which is expected to be one
of the finest, (should the weather prove favorable,)
ever held in the State. A most beautiful piece of
ground on the farm of Thos. Jackson, Esq., adjoin
ing town, has been selected as the site of the En
campment. The companies are to come in on Sat
urday, and remain until the Friday following. We
have not been informed of the number of companies
which have already responded affirmatively to invi
tation, but we may safely say the Encampment
will be a large one. The Volunteers of the 10th
Division, on past occasions have shown themselves
men of the right spirit, and will not be lacking on
this. Every exertion will be made both by citizens
and soldiers, to render those who are in attendance
comfortable and happy.
Important Foreign News.
Spain Revolutionized— the Regent Espar
tero a lugatire —England quid—lre
-I.ind still agitlted— O'Connell's men•
The steamship Hibernia arrived at Bos•
ton, on Thursday evening last, in thirteen
days from Liverpool, with London papers
to the morning of August 4th inst. She
made her passage home in 8 days and 20
hours:. The news is of considerable
.Spain.—The insurrection in this roun. I
try against the ministry of Espartero, the
Regent of the Kingdom, and guardian of
the young Queen, has triumphed—Spain
is revolutionized, and the best ruler she
has known for years, is a fugitive in Por
tugal. Gen. Navarez, the leader of the
insurgents, is now Lieutenant General,
and the Duke of Baylen, Guardian of the
Queen. The troops of the Regent had
mostly " pronounced," that is gone over
to the enemy ; and Cadiz, the most faith•
ful of the cities, had followed suit. Ma•
drid surrendered to Navarez, on the 25t1
ofJuly, after an engagement of a quarter
of an hour with the forces of Generals
Seone and Zurbano, when the troops "fra
ternize," and became one army. Seone
was taken prisoner, but Zurbano escaped
by flight. The city was entered the fol
lowing day—the army defiling before the
Queen, who is but a puppett in the hands
tit all factions. The old Lopez ministry
had been restored.
Thus, a Government which but six
months since, had the support of almost
every province and town to Spain, has
fallen at once, as by a stroke of paralysis.
The inducing causes of the revolution are
said to be, beyond a doubt, the intrigues
and the gold of France. Espartero was
known to incline to a Commercial Treaty
with England, which precipitated his
downfall. It is supposed that there is an
understanding between Louis Philippe,
and the ex-Queen Christina, by virtue of
which the King's youngest son, the Ducd'
Aumale, will marry the young Queen,
and thus cement the alliance of France
" Meantime the Government is penni
less, the people factious, and the whole
country in a wretched condition."
Great Britain and Ireland.—The only
feature of Parliamentary proceedings
worth noticing, is a wordy fight—one of
the most spirited of the season—which
took place in the House of Commons on
the 27th. The principal combatants weir
Lord John Russel, Sir Robert Peel, Lords
Palmerston and Stanley. The Lords
Russel and Palmerston attacked the min
istry on the score of their financial policy,
and their proceedings in regard to Ireland,
and predicted their early downfall. Sir
Robert Peel and Lord Stanley made vigo
rous replies. An English paper says that
the debate confined to the lour ablest men
in the House, and most accomplished and
powerful speakers, has necessarily e
much interest ; but that its perusal will
only remind the Scotch member's decla
ration—. I have heard many speeches,"
said he, which changed my opinion,
but never one which changed my vote."
In the course of his speech, Lord John
Russel, in allusion to Ireland, expressed
the opinion that O'Connell's repeal meet•
ings wero illegal, but that any conviction
would be impossible, and that the agita
tion could not be suppressed without a
redress of grievances."
Mr. Gladstone, in reply to the question
in Parliament, whether the agricultural
produce of Maine would be introduced
into) England under the treaty of Wash
ington, at a colonial duty, said the 2il ar
ticle of the treaty had reference
to the tract of country known as
the disputed territory," the produce of
which is almost exclusively timber.
An Iri , h Church" re - ablution, intro.
doced by Mr. Ward, on the lot, propo•
the surrender of the church estab
lishment in Ireland, alter two nights dis
cussion, was lost by tl•e House Icing
counted out,"and the mover gave notice
•hat he should not renew it.
The bill introduced by Lord Brough
man, fur the more effitctual suppression
of the stave trade, hail passed both Houses.
Also a bill to legalize marriages solemni
zed by di,senting ministers in Ireland,
between members of the established
On the 25th, in the House of Commons,
Mr. Hume moved for leave to brin?, in a
bill establishing a national system of edu
cation, the Government plan having been
withdrawn. Ile proposed a system of
secular education, apart fiom religious
instruction, which latter he would leave
uxclusively to the pastors of the various
religious sects. Mr. Ewart seconded the
motion, but while he was speaking the
House was out, there being less than
forty members present.
:Or. C. Butler presented a petition,
praying the !louse would take into con-
Alteration the tenth article of the treaty of
Washington, with a view to afford prutee•
tion to fugitive slaves.
Parlianient was not expected to be pro
longed until the - last week in August.
The Manufacturing Districts are in the
main busy and tranquil, except the Anti
corn Law agitation is pressed with great
vigor. 'film is an active demand for
Cotton Goods for the China market.—
The stuck al Cotton on hand is enormous
—no less than one million bales, oi 300,000
more than was a year ago. The mer
chants are petitioning fur a drawback on
The speculation in Grain has subsided,
but a most untimely rain commenced on
the Sit inst., and was still falling when
the Hibernia left. 1 his delays the %I' heat
harvest, and endangers the crop. The
Potatoe and Turnip crops will be very
The steamer Marg aret from Halifax
with the passengers of wrecked steam
er Columbia, had arrived safrly at Liv,
erpool in 14 days.
Temperance was going ahead in En
gland, under the preaching of Fattier
Matthew, who was occupied nine hours a
day in administeting the pledge.
The arrival of the Hon. Abbott Law,
rence and family of Boston, was announ•
ced in the London papers.
In Ireland the repeal agitation was still
kept up--mare meetings and inure spee
ches from ()Tonne!. At the usual weekly
meeting of the National Repecl associa
tion at the Dublin Exchange, Mr. O'Con•
net found great fault with the conduct of
the people of Ahascragh, a small village,
who had broken the law by attacking and
injuring the policemen, one of se tom had
taken down a triumphal arch.
Ife s a id : If wrong, the laws was open
to them, find promised them that they
,hould not want its protection. But the
traitors of Ahascragh, instead of resorting
to it, violated at the same time the very
first principle of the Repeal Association,
which requires that there should be no
tumult, no rioting, and no violence of any
description. Ile felt so strongly on the
subject that lie would blot Ahashcragh
Gout the map of Ireland, refuse to allow
a single one of its inhabitants to be enrolled
upon the hooks of the association, and
have them held up to the detestation of
the people of Ireland fur having violated
the great and beautiful principle of moral
force. If it were fitting to resort to force
he would tell them, and they would all
turn out together; bolas it was not fitting,
and as the law was predominant, he must
declare his determination of erasing from
the sooks of the association the name of
every man connected with the riot in
[O'Connell, it must be confessed, holds
the popular reins with a skilful hand; he
is not prepared to break with the law yet,
and he will allow no one to do so until he
himsel f gives the word I!]
Mr. O'Connell then moved the
ing singular series of resolutions, which
were speedily put and carried
" That all tlie inhabitants of Ahascrazh,
whose names were enrolled in their books,
should be struck out, except the Catholic
"That no inhabitants of Ahascragh
should be allowed to enroll himself as a
member or associate of this Association.
" That it he required in all processions
and public tneetn►gs of Repealers that the
practice of erecting arches be abandoned
" That those resolutions should be
transmitted to the Rev. Mr. Macloghlen,
with the expression of the perfect convic
tion of the Association, that if he had been
in town he would have prevented what
I occurred, and that their confidence in
lum mess unbroken and entire,"
The idea of blotting a whole town from
the map is something odd, not to say high
handed. It is a new form or excon• mum
cation we suppose. The following ex
tract from his speech, addressed to the
'Heeling at Tuam, is in the same spirit:
He said : they must not then be con
tent with meeting or givin* a passing
cheer; they must work in their respective
parishes with a view to make eve!) , man
a Repealer, and should have as little as
possible to do with any man that refused
to become one.
Have as little as possible to do with
any loan that refuses to become!! What
more grinding and oppressive social tyran
ny, could be inculcated. If a man does
not choose to surrender up his judgment
to the keeping of Mr. Daniel O'Connel,
he is to he put under the ban l—sucially
ostracised ! I—to be cut off from the sym
pathies and kind (Aces of his neighbors,
until he ceases to be ct4ittarnacious!'. Mr.
O'Connell's ideas of freedom must be
strange ones indeed.
The repeal rent had reached to near
The military force now in Ireland a.
mounts to 35,000 men.
In Wales, the toll gate riot still con-
tinue, aided by the immense depression of
the Iron business which throws so many
individuals ►n that section out of employ.
The following paragraph is an instance
of a foreign State becoming a party to a
suit in the courts of England ; against
however private individuals, and not
against another State, as Mr. Biddle con
In the Court of Bankruptcy, in the mat
ter of Wright and Biddulph's bankruptcy,
an application was made by a gentleman
on the part of the Governor and State of
Illinois, North America, to participate in
the dividend now in the course of pay.
ment out of the estate in the sum of
£10,656, Ss 811, on account of bonds
which the bankrupts held at the time of
their failure. This was opposed by the
assignees on the ground that some part of
the debt was bad, the bonds having been at
the time they obtained them in a state of
insolvency, and unable to pay its own div
idend. The application was granted.
The story subjoined looks " very like
Lerwick (Zetland,) July 17.—Capture
of Four hundrd and linty three Whales.
During the past week the coast has.pres
ented a somewhat novel and certainly an
unusual appearance. Two shoals of
young whales have been driven MI shore,
viz: one consisting ol 5.'.50 at Hillswick,
and the second, consisting of 165, at
Stand. They were all captured and
France.--Nothing of any consequence
has transpired in this country. Prince de
Joinvilte had arrived with lag Brazillian
It would appear from the following, that
France has more than once practically
adopted the policy of " repudiation."
French Finances.—The national debt
of France, which was in 1572, under
Charles IX, was only 17,000,000., was, in
1832, 5,417,495,0171. At the present
time it is almost 7,000,000,000 f. France
has already been bankrupt six times, viz:
Under Sully, who deducted the interest
fbrmerly paid on the capital ; at the end
of Louis XlV's reign under Desmaret,
who paid neither capital or interest; at the
fall of the " rystent Law," under Lepellie•
teir ; under the Abbe Terrai, who did not
pay the assignment; during the revolution,
after the creation of 45,000,000 of mort
gages; lasi ly, in 1799, by the reduction of
two thirds of the debt.
Arrival of the Great TI esters.— Since
the above the Great %Vesttrn steamship
has arrived at New York—bringing one
day later intelligence. Nothing in the
way of news had transpired since the de
parture of the Hibernia. The new gov
ernment of Spain was seating itself firmer•
in power—Madrid was quiet--•but the
forces o f Espartero were bombarding Se
ville. From Ireland nothing of impor
tance. In Wales the toll gate riots of
" Rebecca and her daughters" were con-
JAMES S. SMITH'S
Wholesale Clock Establishment,
No. 82, NORTH THIRD ST. PHIL'A.,
WHERE is to be found the largest as
sortment of clocks in the United
States, among which are Forrestville, Hills
Goodrich & Co., Atkins, Porter & Co.,
Ives' Brewsters, and other eight day brass
clocks. C. Jerome's, Bristol manufacturing
company, Atkins, Porter & (_ 0., Hill's,
Goodrich & Co., Forrestville, H. Welton's,
and other thirty hour brass clocks, Board•
man Sc Welle's, Hopkins and Alfred's, IL C.
Smith's and other wood clocks.
Sole agent for Crane's celebrated year and
month clocks, as well as several of the above
church and hall clocks.
Watchmakers, Merchants and others, will
find to their interest to call.
Loc king Glasses manufactured.
Philadelphia. July 28, 1843.-3 m.
All persons are hereby notified that I, the
subscriber, purchased at Sheriff's Sale, on
the Sth day of August inst.,
as the property
of Richard D. Bathgate, Ennisville, Hun
tingdon county, the following property,
which I left in the possession of the said
Bathgate, it not being convenient to remove
the same, to wit :-61 sheep skins in the
vats, 96 calf skins, do., 1 grey horse saddle
and bridle, and 10 cords of tan bark in the
balk mill. All persons are therefore hereby
cautioned and forewarned against intermed
dling with the above mentioned property, as
the same belongs to me, and I will proceed
according to law against any person inter
meddling with the same or any part thereof.
THOMAS W. THOMAS.
Aticu , t 9, 11.13.--pd.
Dr. Moffat's Life Pills
•fhe perfectly safe, unerring and sac•
cesslul treatment of almost every species
of disease by the use of Dr MOFFAT'S Livz
Manicirtas, is no longer an experiment ;
as a reference to the experience of many
thousand patients will satisfactorily prove.
,During the present month alone, nearly
one hundred cases have come to the
knowledge of Dr. MOFFAT, where the pa..
tent has to all appearance, effected a per-
manent cure by the exclusive and judi
cious use of the Life Medicines—some
eight or ten of these had been considered
hopeless by their physicians. Such► happy
results are a source iit great pleasure to 1)r.
M., and inspire him with a new confidence
to recommend the use of his medicines to
his fellow citizens.
The LIFE MEDICINES are a purely
VEGETABLE preparation. They are mild
and pleasant in their operation, and at the
same time thorough--•acting rapidly upon
the secretions of the system--•carrying off
all acrimonious humors, and assimilating
and purifying the blond. For this reason,
in'aggravated cases of Dyspepsia, the Life
Medicines will give relief in a shorter
space of time than any other prescription.
In Fever and Ague, Inflammatory Rheu•
matism, Fevers of every description, Sick
Iteadarhes, Heartburn, Dizziness in the
Head, Pains in the Chest, Flatulency, lin.
paired Appetite, and in every disease ari.
sing from impurity of the blood, or a dims
ordered state of the stomach, the use of
these medicines has always proved to be
beyond doubt, greatly superior to any
other mode of treatment.
All that Dr. Muffitt asks of his patients
is to be particular in taking them accor
ding to the directions. It is not by a
newspaper notice, or by anv thing that he
may say in their favor, that he hopes to
gain credit. It is alone by the result of a
lair trial. Is the reader - an invalid, and
does he wish to know whether the Life
Medicines will suit his own case ? !Ego,
let Into call at the office of the agent, and
procure a copy of the Gond Samaritan,
published gratuitously. Ile will there
find enumerated very many extraordinary
cases of cure; perhaps some exactly siith
lar to his own.
Sold by JAcon Mzu.r.n, Huntingdon,
August 30, 1843. On.
,a LL persons Fre hereby cautioned against
444 meddling with, selling, disturbing or
Removing the following described property
which I this day, purchrsed at Constable's
sale, as the property of William C. Abbot,
Hopewell township, Huntingdon county,
and left in his possession until I see proper
to remove the same, viz: 1 black horse and
gears, 1 gray horse and gears. 1 colt, 2 sleds,
241oughs, I wagon and ladders, 1 sleigh, 1
woulmill, 2 tons of hay, 1 set harrow teeth,
1 black cow and calf, 2 calves, 1 red cow, 2
head young cattle, 5 bee hives, 1 eight day
clock, 23 acres wheat, 8 acres rye, 8 acres
oats, 8 acres corn, 3 acres buckwheat, 1 side
saddle, 5 hed hogs. 1 copper keetle, 1
wheel barrow, 1 lot of grass.
Hopewell tp. July 10-1843. 3t. aug. 2
3ln Z. 70 to (t.
ESPECTFULLY announces lathe
tiz - ms of Huntingdon couhty, that he
has returned to Alexandria, where he is pre•
pared to attend to the practice of his Pro
fession, until the first of September next,
when he will leave for Cincinnati.
N. B.—Dr. Young has a new discovery for
destroying the nerveaof Teeth without pain.
Also, a new Pariaion Cement, for plugging
Teeth in the most durable inminer, for only
half the cost of Gold.
August 2,1843.-3 t.
Letters of administration on the estate of
James Taylor, late of Antes township, Hun
tingdon county, deed. have been granted 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, Adm'r.
June 28...843 —6.
TO HOUSEKEEP ERS
25 000 pounds Feathers for
9 sale very low in any
quantities to suit purchasers for cash at
prices trout 10, 15, 20 and 25 cents per
pound. Ready made beds, bolsters. and
pillows, and curled hair mattresses, moss
do. and all other kinds to suit any size
beadsteads always on hand. Curled hair
and New Orleans moss by the bale or
Country store keepers would find it to
their advantage by calling on the subscri
bers before purchasing.
.FINLEY 4- CO.
South East corner of Second
and Walnut street, Phil'a.
March 22, 1643 —3m.
ESTATE OF THOMAS BLUR,
Late of Barree township, deed.
Notice is hereby given, that letters testa
mentary on the last will and testament of the
said Thus. Blair have been granted to the
undersigned. All persons indebted to said
estate are requested to make immediate pay
ment, and those having claims or demands
against the same are requested to present
them duly authenticated for settlement, to
Dr. MORDICII 114,4SSEY, Barret tp.
JOHN BORS7, West township.
July 19, 1843.-6 t
Pra!tices in the several Courts of Hun
tivdon rind Mifflin counties.
44HE sub scriber will sell, at public sale,
on Friday the Ist day of septernber
next, all that farm at the north end of the
Borough of Shirleysburg, Hnntinrdon coun
, (late the property of Dr. Peter
more or Ivan, 125 acres thereof cleared and
in a good state of cultivation, about 12 acres
meadow, and the residue can readily be
cleared and turned into meadow or upland.
The improvements are a
hi( GRIST MILL,
SAW MILL, CLOVER MILL, and two
Farm Houses, with barn to each. There
Apple Orchards •
. - _
on the said farm and a spring of never failing
water to each of the houses, and several
other gond springs on the place. A great
portion of the farm lies nn the Big Aughwick
Creek, and is among the best farm or bot
tom land on said stream. The Mills are on
Fort Run which passes clear through the
farm And every field can be watered by it.
There is also another good mill seat or site
for machinery on the farm.
Any person wishing to see and examine
the premises, is invited to call on the sub
scriber, residing at the Mill, for that pur
pose, at any time between this and the day
The whole will be sold together, or in twn
parts, if desired, and the terms will be made
to suit purchasers. Sale to commence at
10 o'clock A. M.
July 19, 1843.—t5.
CHAIRS ! CHAIRS ! !
The subscriber is now prepared to furnish
every description of CHAIRS, from the
platn kitchen to the most splendid and fash
ionable one for the. parlor. Also the
LUXURIOUS AND EASY CHAIR
FOR THE INVALID,
in which the feeble and afflicted invalid,
though unable to walk even with the aid of
crutches, may with ease move himself from
room to room, through the garden and in
the street, with great rapidity.
Those who are about going to housekeep
ing, will find it to their advantage to give
him a call, whilst the Student and Gentle
man of leisure are sure to find in his newly
invented Revolving chair, that comfort
which no other article of the kind is capable
of affording. Country merchants and ship
pers can be supplied with any quantity at
No. 113 Smith Second street, two doors
below Dock. Philadelphia.
May 31, 1843.---1 yr.
Chair and Cabinet alakine.
Respectfully informs the citizens
Jam) of Huntingdon and vicinity, that
fkl he has commenced the abone
businesses in all their various
/ / 11 , ranches, in the shop occupied by
him the last year as a chair shop,
opposite Gee. Jackson's hotel.
All kinds of work made to order on the
the shortest nottce, warrented to be good,
and will be given in exchange for all kinds
of ccuqtry produce, and very cheap fur cash.
Coffins made on sight.
June 7, 1842.
Strayed or Stolen
snPRROM the premises of the
subscriber, near Peters
,4llll% burg, on Thursday night last, a
firl bright brown mare, stone blind,
both hind legs white to the pas
ture joints, she had been kicked a short time
ago on the hind leg and was lame.
Any person returning the said mare to the
subscriber will be liberally rewarded.
August 2,1843.-3 t. pd.
The subscriber informs the Merchants of
Huntingdon and the adjoining counties that
he still continues in the above business, and
that the report put in circulation, by inter
ested persons, that he has quit travelling
this section of country is utterly false. He
still continues to give the highest price for
All orders in his line, left at the "Hun
tingdon Journal" office, or Exchange Hotel,
will meet with prompt itttentioa from the
GEORGE KEYSER ,
July 26, 1843.-3 i.
A FRIENDLY HINT.
It is now more than a year since I dispo
sed of the " Huntingdon Journal," and du
ring all that time, 1 have been writing pa
tiently, upon Utast who are in my debt, for
subscription and advertising. I have been
living on promises; and what is more, those
to whom I am indebted, have been obliged
to take 'promises' from me ; and they like
myself, are getting out of patience with this
kind of a credit system.' Now by way of
a hint I wish to say to all who know them
selves to be in arrears tome, that I must have
my accounts closed ; and there is another
part of the story—l WILL. I 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, 184:3.—tac.
T. K. SIMONTON,
Bas Just received and offers for sale,
7,500 first rate half Spanish
31,000 good common
Oti-Country Merchants can be supplied
on reasonable terms
Huntingdon, July 19.—tf
JUST received, and for sale, wholesale
and retail, a large supply of Doctor
11 , istar's Balsam of II ild Cherry —also,
Houck's Panacea, at the Huntingdon Drug
Store. '1'110?... -READ.
Democratic State Conven.
Whereas, the General Assembly of
Pennsylvania, at its late session, enacted
a law by which the Freemen of the State
' are required, at the general election in
October next, to elect, by tt popular vote,
a Board of Canal Commissioners: And
whereas, it is important that the demo
cratic Harrison party should preserve a
fall and complete organization of all its
forces by the presentation of honest, faith
ful and competent candidates, disttngu►sh
ed for their integrity, in favor of a prudent
and economical management of the public
works, and opposed to the wastful expen
ditures and flagrant abuses at the pres
ent administration, to the free and inde
pendent voters of the State, for their sup
port :--The undersigned State Commit
tee, therefore, call upon the members of
said party, in the different counties to
elect at such times and places as they
may think proper, in conlOrmity with the
usages of the party, Delegates from each
Senatorial and Representative District,
pursuant to the pi °visions of the Senatori
al and Representative Apportionment
Act, passed at the recent session of the
Legislature, and equal to the number of
Senators and Representatives from such
county or district, to meet in Denerat
Convention, at Harrisburg. on WED
NESDAY, THE 6th DAY OF SEP.
TEMBER, NEXT, at 12 o'clock, M.,
to nominate suitable candidates fur CA
NAL COMMISSIONERS, to be sup
ported by the Harrison Democratic party
of the State, at the ensuing general dee
GEORGE FORD, Lancaster;
HENRY MONTGOMERY, Harrisburg
WILLIAM M. WA I' IS, Erie,
WM. F. HUGHES, Philadelphia co.,
JOHN G. MILES, Huntingdon,
JOHN TAGGARI', Northumberland,
HARMER DENNY, Pittsburg,
JOHN S. RIC:HARDS. Reading,
May 17, 1843,
Estate of Dr. Peter Swine,
Late of Shirley township, Iluntingdon
wOTICE is hereby given, that letters
41 testamentary upon the said estate have
been granted to the undersigned. All per
sonsindebted to said estate are requested tc
mike immediate payment, and those havio
Claims or demands against the same are r
quested to present them duly authenticat
for settlement, to
JOHN LUTZ, 3 Exr's
July 12, ?843
estate of Conrad DUtenger'
Late o/ ;tow - Merry township, dec'd.
WOTICE is hereby given, that letters
sik\ll testamentary on the last will and tes
tament of Conrad Dillenger, late of Wood
berry township, Huntingdon county, have
been granted to the undersigned. All per
sons indebted to said estate are requested to
tru‘ke immediate payment, and those having
claims or demands against the saute arc re
quested to present them duly authenticated
for settlement, to
'DANIEL PAUL, / Ex ,,,, ,
Silly 19, 1843-6 t
HUNTINGDON, PA. -
Respectfully informs the citizens of this
county, and the public generally, that he has
removed to and opened a Public House in
that large and commodious brick building
situate at the centre of the Diamond, former
ly- occupied by C. Couts, where the " way
worn traveller" will find every attention that
will minister to his convenience and comfort.
His TABLE will receive his especial atten
tion, and shall al ways be abundantly supplied
with the best to be had in the county.
His BAR is furnished with the choicest
Wines and Liquors.
Ills STABLING is the best in the place,
and the m Ist careful and attentive ostlers
will always be in attendance; and the Hoar
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 sue.
cess. He tenders his thanks to his old cus
tomers for past favors, and respectfully so
licits a continuance of their patronage.
CI- BOARDERS will be taken by the
year, month or week.
July 12, 1843.-6 m.
LIST OF LETTERS
mEMAINING in the Post Office at Hunting
don, Pa., July Ist i 843. 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 Molson A. James
Pzily Mrs. Jane Morris
Boat Owen Porter Robert
Canuee George Stevens Oliver
Creswell Mathew Sankey Miss Julian
Chatman Jacob Steel James 15
Egan Bernard Sellers F. William
Gorsuch John Smith A. William earn of
Gilbert Thomas Dr. Shoenberger
Jordan Miss Catharine Thomson John, turner 2
Jackston Henry Wallace Thomas care of
Johnston Andrew John Houck
Irons David Warick William
Mulkern Patrick Witherow John
Moore James Wells George
Moore Rev. John Wolf Lorenzo
DAVID SNARE, P. M.
July 5, 1843.
IT THIS OFFICE.
TikETTERS of administration on the
estate of John Scullin, late of the Bo
rough of Petersburg, Huntingdon co., dec'd.
have been granted to the undersigned. All
persons indebted to the said estate are reques
ted to make immediate payment, and those
having claims against it will present them
properly authenticated for settlement with.
JOHN M'CULLOC FI, Mil*.
June 14, 1843.-6 t.