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Philadelphia—Number 59 l'ine street.
Baltimore—S. E. corner of Baltimore and Cal.
Yen, York—Number 160 Nassau street.
Boston—Number 10 State street.
al' Fashion ran another racolof Saturday of last
week, on Long Island, and her competitor was Jen
nett., a bay mare belonging to Mr. Kirkman's
stable, and celebrated as a three mile racer. The
course was in a terrible conditiOn. the mad in sonic
places being fetlock deep, and pools of water having
collected in others. The animals were in tine con
,4ition, but Fashion won with the utmost ease—the
time of the first heat of four miles being 8,33, and
'of the 2nd 8,483. Both horses nail litters were
completely covered with mud at the conclusion of
Ty The Columbus (Ohio) State Journal of the
13th inst. says Vegetation is again suffering for
want of rain. The wheat in this section looks well
Pi yet; but the corn, after sutlering considerably
(rain the frost a few nights ago, is sulfuring still
, further on account of the dry weather.—There is
but little fruit of Any kind left in this section of the
&lista. The frosts List week injured seriously the
apples left by the frosts a few weeks since. There
are no peaches. riven the grapes have not escaped;
but in many places look as if they had been touched
A DEAF stuTE WEDDING
Two deaf 'nutes were united in Marriage in New
fork an Monday a-weck last, at the Allen street
Presbyterian Church. The True Sun says.; The
flee. Mr. Carey, one of tire teachers at the Deaf
anal Dumb Institution, arrived a abort time before
o'clock ; at that hour the bridegroom, Mr. J. W.
.fennings. anal the bride, Miss Mary Anti Reeves,
proceeded up the middle aisle, and stood in front of
the railing. The clergyman then proclaimed if
there were any objections to the marriage they should
NP declared. None were made, of course. The
ve hundred persons would hove been much
➢hinted if any valid objection bad really been offer
al. The attendants were two deaf mutes. and the
party were intelligent and fme looking. people.—
exortation, the questions to the betrothed. and
the prayer, were all expressed in the language of
'signs. A Bible wns presented to the bade, a very
pretty girl, and the w hale affair concluded with aortic
salutatio'ns noon her fair cheeks, and a great shaking
of hands. It was an interesting spectacle.
Solithern Baptist Convention which met at
And:usu. Geb•gin, adjourne lon Monday, lot week,
after formally separating themselves from the north
arid the appointment art Committee to apply to the
proper :authorities of Georgia, for a charter for a
eauthern Baptist Association.
H. W. Middleton Esq.. has left the editorial choir
of Atte Pittsburg A ge, and J. Heron Foster, Log-.
its fanner editor, has become his successor. Mr.
31., lays Unsrirtune, povery and oppression havo
driven hint [tom the press.
A /wil l ow riot recently broke out on the Morriu
Curial' in the vicinity of Dover. The Helen; were
all foreigners. and were eventually quelled 'Ey the
Sheriff of Morristown and his posse, and the ring
leaders einutnitted to jail.
'Setieihnee of the Methodtti,`, Church.
At the Nletlioilist Episcopal Convenii.in
roci• n tle in Louisville, tl. Inl
i.,iviii;t:resulution, alter beiti t t• dist:ll , BPd
sitvyral Oava wa,l pa,od, virtually Att
vorillollat im the subject cif sla
very. and Inentinit an independent South
ern, orvinit.itniti i
Res lord by the De!estates of the sev
eral .Annud Lou forences'ia the Sonth and
Snallt.4estern .Stntes, in Central Con•
eentiOn tnstinbled. That we cannot sane-
I hal the action of the late general conk,
enee',:f the !Nlethinhet Episcopal Church,
nn ihe •ohlect of sliivery, by remaining
wider the ei:clesiuslical jurisdiction of this
body, wtlhoul Jeep ;sail la•tini injury to
the inicee'srs 'of the Church arid the coun
try ; t • lterefbre, hereby, instruct the
ciontratftiii Ma organization that if they
tioil that there is no reasonable ground tit
'tope that the Northern majority will re•
1. Om their poeition and give sumo
.5 re gwtruta a ty for the future necau•ity of
...ir civil a 11.! ecc'le•iastiral jurisdiction of
the •aid eiarral conference.
.0n the imssage at the resolution, Bishop
Soule MiSic,rlied that the vote was very re
markable AU. ite unanimity.
GI Ngictki. SYN'OI) ON"fliK EVANGELiCAL
Lc ill ERA N thirieenth con
ventiott 61: tie tit* the Evangelical
1 4 ,ptheratt (Tenrcit in the United States,
a l setnltle en Friday morning at '9 o'clock
ni St. ltfaltli?tv', church, at Philadelphia.
The Sytond ',petted with einging. and
a prayrr by the Rev. Dr. Nlottifs, Presi•
(lent of the 1 trm. r :^y rind. The creden
tials of the 'tleirgates were then received
and read. Atter which, the Synod went
, Into Hie el'e'ction lor officers, when it op-
pea. ed tat the itev. Dr. PUHLMAN, of
A ILonty, N. V., wa. chosen as President,
Professor Jicous, of Pennsylvania college.
%Jo tyshorg, Pa.. sss Secretary, - and 1)r.1).
lima hare, as Treasurer.
Application of the Gui llitoeae.
The Pitiladrlphia Keystone, a thoroUgh
going Lo'colOro organ, thus Mali l
avows the five loaves and two fish'es"
principles of its party, ai.tl their pleasure
tit see i ng their opponents decapitated.-
1 t says :
We with to see the political GUI L
-1.0.11 NM USED and PLENTIFULLY
'l'oo : there are enough victims who ole
serve it ; they can't sustain, they don't
Aleserve, an existence of Democracy, and
,every hour allowed them is pestilential
upon the pure atmosphere of Republican ,
Otr Every onevi4l recollect the awful
Outcry raised by them wheii . a few of their
owti.kiudted were removed Irmo uffici by
fierisou . , .
Fifteen Davri Later from L'urcpe.--- I tier of ilre .
province el Oran. That (hr.
Arrival of the Zrittania.? e chief haa got. together ;1
iGrrr . , principally cuittlataed the
the deaei t and
thrediening the advanced peak 01 the
The Steant,hip Ilrittania arrived at
11 , iiion int ow , ning the Pilo mit
king the paioingC in 15 • days.
Trade contitpoei4 to be exceedingly
hrisk itt every deforirtment iii England,
and from the appeari,ihce of the weather
there is a lair prosper! that the CIVIPI of
•ele.y drscriptiim will lie abundant.
From Ow maniaarturim; ilitricte ac
coon!, are generally favorable.
Rumors prevail that the Swis‘ federa
tion is about to divide int() the Catholic
and Pitocoitor Caoiims.
Affairs in Swiri.rchoti are it, smut goo,
The terms t he amnesty have been ar
rawzrd, atid Lucerne has prumisrd to dia.
ch,t_rt4e her prisetwrs.
'I It; exi ih•nient in Eno ati a, tretaini
and scolland, WI the Millionth question,
By the endowment of Maynnoill, it is
said Om of vreium of Emtimol forfeits her
title of 1. Defender of tit Prote,tant
It wax reported on the Park 13oorse, nn
Saiorday week, thatlan.l 113.1 applied
to F.,ito.e, to join !tor in a prot,st agitin4t
th, Annexation of Texas to the Ameri
The riowi unit hi..nimmeil up in brief':
IZ...tor:aim: u 1 0.,e,r in SwilAerlanil
Ireland a kin, I i nion.." and refu..iii4
peal : a slight allvitur - e itt and fit
%et i-lt sensation in the Luntlon Nlont
Market. 1.1001 Cal!hell 11V apprehension; of
a war lin. Oregon S tatenutett de
clare that England Will nut give cause (or
war—she will act on the defensive—and
ii 4 the United Staten Utivernment sap: the
stone, we have a fair prosprct or peace,
at least fur the present.
cotton market has been buoyant of
lute, and, in some descriptions, the im
provement has reached a larthinitma pound.
The threatened rupture with Auteriert has
tuasert this rolvance.
'lie ministerial measure for the endow
ment at the Roman Catholii, College ol
May toroth, has hitherto passed safely—we
may almost say triumphantly—through its
every stage in the House of C 11111111101 1, ,,
and ila 'Align,: in the, House of Lind-,
there can be little doubt, will in: croaky
r a pid anti succe,,,f,d,
Emigration to thi, country 111 going to
he greater than ever before known.
'I he great debate on Nlaynooth bill,
which continued 11,r six nights with ulia•
bated interest, was I:rmiglit to a Close on
the morning tit the 19th ult.
Ni other business of interest was enter
ed until Wednesday the whin fOr
11 brought f o rward his amend
providing for the grant out of the ,eve
nue.; of the Established Church in Ire
land, Tois amendment led to a long and
animated debate on the whole question 11 .
Irish Church, and elicited from Mr.
Nlacauley, Lord 1. Russell, Lard Palmer
moo, and other members of the lair Gov
ernment, a d ' Stillet declaration that the
Established Church in Ireland must lie re
(laced, and made suitable to 11w no mho
or Protestants in that country, and that
Surplus revenues may be applied to the
support of a new Roman Catholic, Estab
liAliment. This declaration did not meet
with resistance from Ministers—some
measure trill ere long he proposed for the
re-mganization of the Irish Church. In
the course of the debate, the leaders of
both parties expressed the strongest de•
termination to resist Repeal, and Mu.
Maca.uley declared that his party would
nut consent to it until till had been toitke
ed and lost, od the w ho le world hail been
convulsed by the struggles of the English
people to prevent it. Sir R. Peel also
took occasion to repeat, iliiit the IMaynooth
Bill was no concession to agitation, Or to
tear of war. It had not been proposed,
he said, until agitation had been put
down by laW, abut as to a war with the .
United States, the measure was actually
in print before the President's message
had reached this conntry. The debate
lasted until Thursday night, when the
House divided and nekatit , cd Mr. Ward's
amendment by a majority of
There Was a ;trent demonstMlon and
banquet at Dundalk, on Thursday, in
which thousands participated, and u•itcre
the I aders evinced the utmost deterinina.
lion of tone and lat.goage, fully proving
that repeal is yet a dearly cherished ob
ject amongst the Roman Catholics of Ire
land. The progress of Mr. O'Connell
and .his friends thither from Dublin was
that of heroes triumphant. The first of
July, near the Obelisk upon the Boyne,
was fixed for the Drogheda demonstra
tion. The Liberator received addresses
front Derry, Dungannon, Armagh, Bel
fast, and various other places.
RUSSIA AND CIRCASSIA
According to a letter from Constanti
nople, Russia is making great exertions to
increase the . Circassian army to the
amount of 180,000 men. A hundred
transports are to be collected in the Black
13y our advice% hoof Switzerland. we
learn that Lucerne had sent home the
auxiliary troops, and was disbandinz a
portion' of its own ; while the Diet had
ordered the discharge of a considerable
portion of the Federal troops.
Marshal Bugeaud hits postponed his
plans fur carryins• fire and sword into
those distrfcv.: of Algeria Which are inhab
ited by the Kabyles; the descendants of
the ancient NUtnidistis, in consequence
if the re-appearance or the unconquera
bleAbd-el.K.ader on the south-west Trim-
The I:ile , t it. limn China was to tb
14 h .lan•iar;
It'aw.clinw.lOit and Niwzrio are to he
given Ull as trailing; ports, and Chasm'
rattartieit in their stead. The Chinese
esit;iislyelv on that Island.
Another instalment or the Chinese oi.
demnity money, anii:iinting to 3,v00,c00
had been received $ NVaitipou uu board
IVi! have from hulia, via
Calculia, eo.ii +ill. Nut it wuve
hi.•iit 'ma taken pidee in the litini,no,
null all el quiet until
next enhl 1 lie tviir in the Mal,
•nitta Cllilllll , ,i , ,111,11 to, have
itself. .1 lie kliai- 1 13 army. , 10 000
I(innhill I.oSinnn, ;Ind nnni
liVri %%sere fii , 1111:1! (11(1,44! nl !;15
.1.1;41it 'mister cniirtitte to anal k
them. ()I ihiv, however, Ilii•re appeared
eel to be un immediate probability.
EGYPT AND SYRIA
The late•t advices front Alexandria are j
The Pit,;l3 hurl bepri
fi.r smile ,tet.k.i
procredint'col %kit to the• 10%,-
ur fomces, uuel ihroce to Ali:santllia
for the stfosmer.
Flip so",„ ,4 the 19th tat.,
accottit, horn 11,y rout or the Oil.
rcria vrait then comparatively calm, and
it e',Citectetl Ih,tt the concrs,iau, made
the ,Marimite.i liv It Porte would have
lie effect of ricilyin;:: !ilouot Lebuoun.
the llalbutore A,nei iota.
T}ll LIFE AND 'I IVIES ((F lIENIIY
The Prospectus this romlicittning
'publication, by C. CuvroN, E.ti• tittlititt*
ot the "Juniam Tracts," 71111111111 1 0 . , that
the work lArit,ttly ti presk. Dle. Colton
whose endowments as a Writer it hiop u.
a peculiar mantiet• thr the rxecutii;a d
murk like tl is. has hail spre.al opiitit
tobitit, and aileaataues in 'be romp
of it. Ile ,pent the 14. t whiter at
I.exitwitn, Ky.. in immediate cominuiti•
cation with 111;•• Clay, anti With tree:it:Less
to his papers atitl carre,palitiesicte.
The period in which Mr. Clay hail liv
ed and acted in public alriirs,
in his awn pet son Ilie ventral point or our
his'oty dative, the most part of that
embraces some very important rptichS iu
our annals. The philosophical historian
who shall hereafter trace the prog,ress of
the Republic, and note the elm
,roe'ght out by the developement of the
principle, as coot' a di,liti
hcd that of cm...vim., repo,-
will mark one great transition
point a, signaiized by the election Of
Gen. Jackson. The illustrious states
man now calmly survet ing the past and
present in his quiet retreat ut Ashland
holds in his mind, side by stile, the two
diverse pictures of public affairs, its pre
sented respectively at the beginning and
the close of his eventlul political life.--
I 'is career embraces two eras. A deni
m." at of the Old school, lie has lived 1,,
.ee democracy in su strange it garli, alid
so changed that those who, with him,
once loved and honored her, can now ii
longer recognize the lineaments which for
merly gave character to her lace.
But leaving these reflections, we may
say it th e bunt: 11111 V about to lie published
concerning the Life and 'Fillies of Henry
Clay, that the characteristic abilities of
the author in connection, with the interest
of the subject, give warrant fur the ex•
pectation of a very valuable work. The
correspondent of a Cincinnati paper
speoks of its disclosures relative to the
unions bargain and corruption charge as
perfectly astound:lig, awl as showing that
all the bargainioz was on the side of Jack
son and his friends. The writer says of
the documents on this subject :
It is proved be them that Buchanan
came to Mr. Clay from Gen, Jackson with
direct (der, and that Houston also went
to Mane with :mother direct offer.—
'6IV 01111E1 into which it gets Buchanan,
Jackson, Eaton, &c., is perfectly laugh..
able. Jackson 'his elter attempts to get
out of the dillema when he found that
Clay was too noble to be bought, annihi
lates Buchanan, and Buchanan, in en
deavouring to throw the buriltn limn his
shoulder, drives the General to the wall,
while General Eaton eats them both up.—
The disclosures exhibit the Jackson men
of that period who surrounded their favo
rite candidate in a most ludicrous light,
while it fastens a blot on Buchadan's fore
head he will find it impossible to tripe out.
llithertn Mr. Clay has refrained from ma
king these disclosures out of regard for
Buchatinri. But now, as his life is to be
written for posterity, and he is to take his
true position in We constellation of great
and good men, and his awn life is draw
ing to a close, the call fur every thing that
is.needed to clear his character from the
aspersions made against it, is too loud and
imperious to be disregarded. His very
forbearance shows how well his enemies
knew h:m. They lelt,they could trust to
his magnanimity while they allowed a
charge to rest against him he could at any
0:1. We don't know who this belongs to, but we
find it in the Brandon Disseminator:
When you see a man trying to mend a pen with
a hoe, you are ot libert,y tosonchide either that the
hoc is very ,harp, or the man is very dull,
Large Slat! of Fish.
The New Ilaven Courit.t. ',fates That. the
larz,e.t haul of white lish ever in
chat pricii was last
Ctoustwil were ciketi. (Hie mil
him is the larat,t number ever heliire
ken Imre in the hai bar, and taken la,t
veal. at that plare. Th.. no bawl is three
M'it't red andl y s awl ytt 11
was fined to m ;;real :1'
its rush of 11.11 in a ',oily from one extrcnm
to the other of 0 e net,tliat a Itystanilert I -
reimitt.i the been (Trial to
that of a steamboat. At the rate they
ate said, this haul nuulil produce the snug'
little ,um Of 8750
0:4 4 ' A ytiuog %Umiaii. a ilaugloer of NI r.
into a trivial gnat.-
011 , 1 afierwar(l went
i11111.411i It S11111 . 111;4'4 WOrlll
vti(intri, Ille sllll , ' ti ue uf
perpiiii It whim' "he porchipool it. how
.41.tuit a it ki!l a ‘,
hcr•un, and IlfiW 4tuck a C411i1.-
(111 , 2 . 11ith her, , ouok
it it, but !lie ivillut
al cinanlity h.ra stxnenceovhielt she drank
\Viten °llse, rl she Why ill a very 111111-
uehitiq slate, mid liohtidi,laitiling Ilse
forty made In save tier, !tired the next '
It Wig thought th,it She miltaly
tighten her sister and the :
111 llf fll ll'
hihily. ;mil her rashne.4 cot her dear.--
U. S. Gazette at . May 211
Moro Locofbco Itcpudia Lion,
Anoinst the qrst art: at the flew Loco.
for° Mii:)or arid Council: of New York,
alter their introduction into office through I
the aid of NV hiu; doter, tvit: to order the
re a .ii iree to pay hir (oilers i::ueil by the
late Uoutitil. foe debt; or intererit of any
reporliatinu; a crocract entered
hint by tun,. to the oale of die pre:ent
Aims flop, arid the (Aliso oction or a
new one, under atchority trratiled by the
reastm urged for such
contiuct was, that it. HII the money in the
Treasury was paid out there' could be
none lor them to spend—and that they
wohlil not allow any one but a Louoloco
to hold or execute a contract of any kind
while they were in pone,.
This is the principle of Locolueni , iii
iloWed and Carried nut with
.hainejess profligacy. It must be tine
consolation In the treacheroo.;
( limed hi lt s %vim replace the robbing re
pii.hators in power, to thin honest pay
ment oldelits and the inviolability of roil
trac's, cardinal .principles of the Whig
trampled open, and the lark
1•11 •ellllltite 'limn at
ir ihrtnib ,
wh,,,erved their city huneAly, fditafey
lid well.--Hurridirg Telegrupli.
In.Teurlroilt Lcacoroco 3unketing
! For ' , Olin' Ve3l'S 11,41, 11 was 1111,
111 . the City Es'.out'cils of New York. to keep
I tip tea ration" in the city
they repaired, daily to junket at the en
',pose of the city—the "lea room" cost
. iog several thousand dollars ia year.
i.itst year, when the "Native.;," gut Into
iiimer they closed the ''tea room" in
' NM titer, which with other reforms made at
saying, of about Tlvo NI I 1.1.1()NS A NH
A (I A Li?, to the people : but the Loco
locos were nu sootier replaced ity the folly
and tteason ut mule-eyed Whigs, than
they have (pelted the TPA ROONI,"
and commenced their junketings in great
'er spl , nitor than before. B a t this is
netliinv more than what is openly tivowed
by the Licoloces, that " to the victors be•
tong the spoils." and we do not therefore
blame them, if the people can be so dia
-1 peal anal corrupted as to place then'
I power. Tile blame rests' on those who
profess better palm:aides—the Whig dopes
and NN laig traitors olio voted for, and
were the 1111..11114 of piecing those 'dal pro
, Ili ate,abandoned, treasury robbing Loca
-1 focos into power. It is 1/11 their heads the
responsibiiity and the curse falls.— lb.
j The Pittsburg Age says that ever since the
adjournment of the Legislature, the propriety of re
taining the appropriation of $50,000 made by that
body fur the relief of the sufferers has been freely
canvassed, and the decision of the majority—in fact
of nine-tenths of the community, has been in favor
of its present or ultimate retorts to Lb State Trea
Q r A letter from Gen. Jackson, published in the
Washington Union, indicates that he is at the last
point of his earthly pilgrimage. In speaking Of
himself ho says:
"My dear friend, I am exhauated, and must
close. lam a blubber of water from the toes to the
crown of my head, and every line I write I must
pause for breath."
G;:y George Peace, who was tried at Reading, on
a charge of murdering Palmer, at Valley
Forge, on the '2lst of October last, was on Saturday
week declared "not guilty." He was immediately
arrested on a charge of arson, and ro•committed to
It is now broadly stated that Fashion and Pey
tona will measure speed again on Friday next.—
The Camden Course is the chosen ground for the
crl. A Hippopotamus, the first ever brought to
this country is now being exhibited in New York.
Attorney At Luw.--Attends to practice in
' the Orphans' Court, Stating /UndidNtrii
tors accouts, icmvening, &c.—Ofifce in
Dunond, three doors East of the *. Ex
change Fluter. "
4 - ikUS7'ICES' Blanks el all kinds, for sale
at this Office,
_ll eldiei JiiiitCct,
L:ST of .11.4;0RS for an adjon, ned Cow t unietd journay .
COO, mon Pleas to be held in and for file county
f Huntingdon, rommenei,g_ on the and Non
duly (and the Mit day) of dune 1845.
Appleby John jr. Fainter Dublin
Ii irket Fri.dericl: C. Saddler • l'orter
Barr John C l ti pester Blair
Cistua Thomas Fortner 'f ell "
lhoul illitnn jr.
!), nlinger David 111rd:roper du
;;,.•d Natinlel Bundler Blair
t : John Yarrner union
I George do. do.
1 i India Thomas do. • Ilendorson
11 ie.gins Joseph Manager Allegheny
.11 demon Joe, ph Fenner Frani:mown
.1 cntes Enos Al. Alt:reliant II intleraon
Monde Treerts Farmer Porter •.•
Lytle John Gentlemen Blair ••
. . .
Learner Henry . . Merchant. rll .
Are:mm.ll Mertheiv Gentlemen .11enderson
Alm row Hubert Fanner '1 y rod()
I:arnuy Jacob do. Tyrone
stewort Jan]. FL do. d o.
Mapleton Thomas tk. Tot:
,hover George do. Shirley
:fls.h.rioseph Innkeept , r Porter
~ t,..1117 Samuel do. Barre°
t-Inmogle John jr. Far
'Faroe Daniel do. croniwell
Tippery Peter 131nel:smith Morris
Thompson John jr. Farmer Walker
Weight Jacob do. Tyrono "
Wilson Robert D. do. West
TRAVERSE JURORS.SECOND wELK
Adams Samuel R. Farmer Frunkstown tp.
Albaugh Daniel do do
Burkhart Jacob do Allegheny
Barr. William Gentleman Blair
Bender Samuel Saddler NVoodberty
Crocker Joseph C. do Snedel•
Chilcoto John Farmer Tod
Chicon, Humphrey du Union
Dopp Jacob Blacksmith West
Fusee illism Farmer Union
Foster Thomas Laborer Henderson
Gardner James Merchant Blair
Gorsuch Stephen Farmer Antes
Glenn Alexander do Franklin
Hoopes Lindley Chairmaker Warriorsmark
Johnston Thomas Intikeepci Snyder
Jackson John Farmer Barret
;Kinkead Robert Tailor Morris
Long John Farmer . Shirley
Lowry: Alexander Innkeeper Morris
Lytle Nathaniel Saddler do
Moore James Farmer Walker
Moore Silas Farmer Frankstown
APKee Carletm Gentleman Blair
'Cartney JAnt Farmer Allegheny •
OwensJoim M. Just. Peace Warriorsulark
Peterson David Farmer Dublin
Riddle David do Frankstown
Sifiller John 11. do Allegheny
ShaetThr Peter do Morris
Shultz Daniel do Hopewell
Trout Gideon D. do Antes
Wertz John do Blair
Williams Lewis H. Clerk • do
Wallace Benj. F. Farmer Morris
Young Daniel Constable Blair
Trial _List for the Jajournerl
Court, Jane 181.5.
BattoaN Assiaec v il.ntton ct al
Jr , lin 111'0)ml) v C. A. Newingham
W. B. }liaison v S.
Edward O'Hare v S. Hover ez al .
J. Leslies, assinees v Wpm. & J,,nes
bombard fur use 7 , Seeds & Davis
I,e ,, nard v Lytle & Patterson
P 41,01,4 v
lieyoolds v Long
Com'tlt. Pennsyl'a. v Alex. Ennis et rtl
Martin Hates v James H. Johnston
"trait's Co. a O'Friel's ex'rs
J. P. M'Dowell 1' Dorkberty
E. Shoemaker v Al , •xamler G wtu
Jonathan Jackson v J. &J. Forrest
Thomas Williams v C.. E. Craine •
A. Johnst, n v Bratriker &Staler
skew H. Hirst v Y, njamin .b.hnstun
W. llulings v J. ltodeers & Co.
et al at Z. G. Beawn
\\*ikon & Co. v David Robeson
I-I. Crownover v Win. Pollock
Dt A. Johnston v Dr. C. O'Friel
I - I. Neff's Adm'rs v John G. Fleck
Charles Springer v Lewis Mytinger
M. C. Garber v John F. Lowry
Samuel Wigton v Cif rry & lirs,bert y
J. Martin's Arbu'r. v Dougherty [hunt.]
C. 11. Lease & Co. v Jacob Dike
Commonwealth v W. Price & sureties
fliggias & co. for use v Israel Grathis
John Miller v DGooclti•llow'sadms
Samuel Caldwell v R. Morris' Ex'rs.
Done ha lheataest style and on
OST respectluily informs his old
4,4Afriends and customers, and the public
iu general, that he still continues the
at his old stand, iwo doors east of the Store
of T. Head & Son, in the borough of Hun
tingdon, where he is fully prepared to no
comModate all who may favor him with
He receivvi, regularly, from New York,
Scott's New York, Paris and London
and he is determined to employ none but the
best and most experienced workmen ; and
he gurantees to execute till orders in his
line in the most fashionable and workman
like manner, or according to the wishes and
orders of his customers.
Thankful for, theliberal encouragement
he has heretofore received, he respectfully
solicits a continpance of public.patronage.
May 21, 184.5.—tf.
./ITTOi2NEir AT L.M—HUNTINGDON,
Pa.—Office at his old residence in Main
street, a few doors West of the Court I •
JAMES RANKIN. President.
Rouse. A. W. B. will attend to any bu
totest—Wro. A. PETRIKIN, Sec'l•y.
sinus entrusted to him in the sever•;l Money, May 14, 1845.
courts of Huntingdon and adjoining man
tic% Ain it 3Q. 1845. if.
'ffaLANK BONDS —.Judgment and; corn
*Wilton—for sale nt this office.
BY JKSSE 1).)1Y & CU,
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I ei Mit.; itritiriples; it .till zealiiii.ly ant
I ulireitiittin:!y uppii, and,
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fort to esiaillir.ll . 41 ithin.iviolL ijitp.igrellv
bank it lilt oilier iiii,lii , v , ei• eiii•piir.tlisiti.
l ' and v ziotisolidatinn , id * iv ,, ,111:, which sill,
. vert the ri,2 1 119 iii die it.. , .y.i. ptiii mid, •
linitit • ow pillat,c lit the Republic; it will
oppti.e ;ill lippre , ..tve atiil anti-ri•publicau
titritrmyßti , nt, the ,i. , nitipti.iti ul the •tate
debt. by the Gener,il (iiivellinletit,:d.til all
oilier yetliT3l pi it.ciple:: tOlieli have an
ifievitable Ict. , lpticy 111 iitssii;iy )iiibli ,
i pil-11,11y its %H i ll a, iiiili, tilibilli,ipp . ines•.
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idiall ,rage unclidi.2ll.g, uncolnin'timisiiig,
. ‘va i'. . .
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produee tile refill Cnirlial .1 the
will find in our paper an n0w.;,,,,, 4
champion rt their imilwilablr,
long : elle! principles ot the
are too well, kiiimp to iiie rihlie. to re
quire :thy pledge upon this point.. To tlpi
Aliserllaneuus pepartinent. particaLse ilt
iention will tie deroied ; the Ladles will
alkear , !hot lu our 0111111111 i a Clink,' selef.:-
thol from Cie current literature mid the dziy:
:is well as miginal contribution , . lit/111 Hitt
.writers 11l which r coon •
v can boast. general summary ist
foreign and boniodic news will be Fur—
; ;rye:v.o;w price current affil a CPI .
reel list, ul the prices of stocks will also
Tho comla rim, have already securest
I lit aid mill'. co iillel'ailnil Of a large num
ber liteiary awl
politic ii ii filers alio. day; arratigemeiits
will also be made, at the earliest pel iull
litissible, to embellish our Cala mu: by thi!
contribution.; bF Coyc e .pood e ots from
a broad. ‘Vith this brief sits imperfec,t
tiubmit our cl;nm+ to air 7"! -
-outline our plan; we very re,
spccifull , y
age to the consideration ul a ge tierotis
Jt`.6.'nE E. beNV, ••
Weekly paper by iheyear - - $2 00
" Nor six months - • 104
§emj..Week ly paper by the year, in .„
aol va nee - - - SCO
", for less :t , ear 50 cts.
Daily paper toy the year in advance 10 00
for less Ihao a year.sl per month.
the Daily for less than
two, to the :Scini-Weekly for less than
four, or to the Weekly fiir less than six
ino.tths, will nut It' received.
If not rid the year, the 15ailv
paper Will be gl2, the Send-weekly $6,
and the Weekiy S 50 a vear..:
AU paymeola to be made ii► adna:ice•--
'l'hose who belie oat an opportunity of
paving other Wise, may remit by wilil , at
our risk, postagt-paid. The Postinaster's
certificate of such remittance shall be a
sufficient receipt therefor. The notes ot
any specie paying bank will be received.
iluditOrls .1 oiire~
The Undersigned haying been appointed
by the court of common pleas of Hunting
don county, auditor, to msiribute the pro
ceeds arising from the Sheriff's sale of the
real estate of Joseph S. P. IL ills, to and
among his lien credi!i,rs, will attend for that
purpose at his ffice in the borough of Hun
tingdon on Saturday the 14th day of June
next, where all persons intereSted,are noti—
fied to attend.
THOMAS P. CAMPBELL,
May 7, 1845. Auditor.
The undersigned , having been appointed
rinditor, by the court of common pleas of
Huntingdon county, to report the facts on
the exception filed to the account of Randall
Alexander and Daniel 'league, Assignees
of M'earrell & Hotter, and to state an
account, and to
,report a distribution of the
monies of whioli,the said assignees are char
gable, to and among the creditors of the as
signorsaccording Ur has decision, &c. gives
notice that he will attend for that purpose,
at his office in the borough of Huntingdon,
nn Saturday, the 14th day of June next, at
10 o'clock, A. M.
THOMAS P. CAMPBELL,
Huhtingdun, May . 7, 1845. Auditor.
The undersigned auditor appointed by the
Orphna's Court of Huntingdon county, to
distribute the assets in the hands of Thomp
son Metlin, administrator of the estate of
Thomas Metlin, late of the ha) ough of
ntiugham, in the, county of Huntingdon, to
and among the creditors of said estate, gives
notice that he, will attend for that purpose,
at the Treast!rer's dfice in the borough of
Huntingdon, on Saturday the 7th of June
next, at r p o'clock, A M., whet) all persons
haVing.accounts against said estate ore noti
fied to present them properly authenticated,
Huntingdon, May 7, 1845, Auditor.
I.VCOMING COUNTY MUTUAL IN
An Election will be held at the Office of
the Lycoraing County Mutual Insurance
Company in the borough of Muncy, on
rum] ay. the ard clay of June next, at 10
o'clock. A. M., for the purpose of elocting
thirteen Direotora to serve for the ensuing,
lipL o i . k . l , lK BONDS to Conatables for Stay
Printed, b a 7 i Gj d c t p o t r io 4 n a , ie r
a d t et i h s e of rie c w , law, ju;t